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Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetOther - Computers · 1 decade ago

I can't get on line with my laptop and I got the message, "Clean up the ARP Cache." How do I do that?

I have tried all the tricks to get on line: turning my laptop off, unplugging the power cord from my modem (I have DSL), I tried the connection wizard, etc., but I still get the message that I have to clean my ARP cache. Can anyone help? I'm in need of taking my laptop with me.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Start -> Run -> Type "Cmd" (Quote free)

    In doc you need to type.

    netsh interface ip delete arpcache

    Hope I helped :-D

    VJ

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  • 1 decade ago

    Clearing the ARP Cache

    Start, Run, CMD, at the C:\> prompt type "netsh interface ip delete arpcache", Enter.

    If it does not work this way repeat it after the following:

    Start, control panel, administrative tools, computer management, (double click) service and applications, (double click) services, (scroll down to) Routing and Remote Services (and double click it), (set the) Start Up Type to Disabled, Stop the Service Status, OK

  • 1 decade ago

    If you are using XP,

    1) Go to Start and choose Control Panel. I am more familiar with 'Classic mode' so if you see an option at the top-right of the screen that says Switch to Classic mode, please click that.

    2) Click on Network Connections.

    3) Find the icon that represents your connection to the internet (perhaps it is called Local Area Connection) and right-click on it.

    4) Choose 'repair'.

    During the repair process, if everything goes right, the ARP Cache should be cleared (it always flashes on my screen when I am repairing a connection).

    Good luck,

    Riven

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I have LAN connection, and the ARP Cache is cleaned when I right click on it and then hit 'repair'. Try this:

    Go to Start > Control Panel > Network Connections. Right click on your active network and click 'Repair'. I am 90% sure that it will work.

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  • Yoi_55
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Go to this page:

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314067

    Scroll down to Method4 to get the command to clear the ARP cache.

  • 1 decade ago

    I'll tel in steps. I think you have WINXP

    01.open mycomputer

    02.select tools from file menu

    03.Select folder options

    04.Select 'show all files'

    05.then go to your system drive

    06.open 'Documents and settings'

    07.there is a folder named as your username in windows

    08.open it and open the 'cookies' folder in it.

    09.delete all the files in it.

    10.Then go back into the folder which named your username .

    11.open 'local settings' folder

    12.open 'temp' folder

    13.delete all files in it

    14.also delete files in the 'temporary internet files' folder.

    Problem will be solved. thank you.

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