Error Code: INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND

Issue #13779603 • Assigned to Steven K.

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chandu r.
Created
Sep 15, 2017
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MY EDGE IS NOT CONNECT TO INTERNET,BUT MY OTHER BROWSER IS CONNECTING TO INTERNET.I TRIED TO RE INSTALL ALL MY DRIVERS ON WLAN STILL NO HELP.PLEASE RESOLVE THIS .

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  • Microsoft Edge Team

    Changed Assigned To to “Steven K.”

  • Hi Chandu,

    This is a duplicate issue.  I am duplicating this issue to the previous bug report.

    https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/issues/12304958/

    Can you tell me when this started happening?  Recent application install or Windows update?

    If this is the same issue, as it appears to be, we have a fix for it.  I posted the fix in the previous bug report.  Search for the following post by me.  It will be a ways down the page or next page.

    “Steven K. Sep 11 2017 Microsoft Edge Team
    @Kevin, glad we got it sorted out and thank you for posting back here.”

    Quick summary for you is that your application permissions for some TCP/IP parameters were changed.

    The outline is below.  You will find the regfix.zip on the previous bug report’s attachments list.

    • Save the zip attachment ‘regfix.zip’ to your Downloads directory.  This is most likely the default location.
       
    • Go to your Downloads fold and locate the zip file.
             
    • Right click the file and unzip it, E.g. Right click the file and select “Extract All…”  Install 7zip if needed. http://www.7-zip.org/
      Open a PowerShell command prompt as administrator.  Win + S and then type powershell.  Find the command and right click to “Run as Administrator”
            
    • Run the following commands in the admin powershell.  One of the commands will ask for permission.  Select ‘A’ to allow all when prompted.
    • You need to first cd to the directory where the regfix.zip was extracted.  This should be in the regfix directory in Downloads.

    set-executionpolicy unrestricted
     

    • Select ‘A’ and hit enter to allow running scripts
       
      .\FixTcpipACL.ps1
       
    • Restart your computer
  • I decided to uploaded the fix here as well.  The other post has a lot to read through and a good portion is not relevant to the final fix.

    I will still duplicate this issue, however, I will wait a day or so, in case you have questions.

    Steve

  • no result found.but thank u for suggesting

  • my wifi is no seen in my network settings .but i can find wifi in network connections when i trouble shoot my wifi its showing (your computer appears to be correctly configured ,but the device detected or resource(DNS server )is not responding).still i can browse through my chrome but i cannot browse in my edge browserits showing (error INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND).can some reolve this problem.

  • my wifi is not seen in my network settings .but i can find wifi in network connections .when i trouble shoot my wifi its showing (your computer appears to be correctly configured ,but the device detected or resource(DNS server )is not responding).

  • Did you try the fix I posted?

  • This Fix is the only one that worked for me. Same isue as other people at this post and the other one. Edge, store and Cortana didnt conect but IE11 or firefox working right.

    Thanks a lot for ur work @Steven K.

    At the other post i had read that some people used malwarebytes, and i used it too… Could it be that that software erased any of the registry entries that caused that failure? Because I had windows 10 updated and working fine until I used malwarebytes to delete a malware that had on my PC and right there started to fail Edge

    Nice to meet U

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