1. Create a Restore Point 2. Run Powerhell 3 Then copy and paste this code at your own risk. 4. If this doesn’t work, seek professional help. ——- Beginning of code $path = “$env:LOCALAPPDATA\Microsoft\Windows\WinX\Group2” $x = “UEsDBBQAAAAIAEphSkmJ5YBS0QAAAPcDAAARAAAAQ29udHJvbCBQYW5lbC5sbmvzYWBgYBRhYgCBA2CSwa2B mQEiQAAwovEnAzEnA8MCXSBtGBwQ/Kgrwm2Pj4Xz7j/Ck9Vm5J4ThCkURtIEUxyq4TO/cr6l94oLD6/oPrz6GaRYCK aYEU1xtW7v74sTTPz2J+St4ZykvR+kmAmm+Og13laY6SLMYM0LVMsz81Iyi1RjiiuLS1JzjY1ikvPzSoryc/RSK1KJ 8eswAKoM5QyZDHkMKUCyCMiLYShmqATiEoZUhlwGYwYjoEgyQz5QRQlQPp8hh0EPKFPBMFLCZyQBAFBLAQIUABQAAA AIAEphSkmJ5YBS0QAAAPcDAAARAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABDb250cm9sIFBhbmVsLmxua1BLBQYAAAAAAQABAD8A AAAAAQAAAAA=”.replace(“`n”,””) [Convert]::FromBase64String($x) | Set-Content $path\temp.zip -Encoding Byte Expand-Archive $path\temp.zip -DestinationPath $path Remove-Item $path\temp.zip Stop-Process […]

FIOS routers don’t necessarily change IP by simply unplugging and plugging in. One need to access the router to change the IP. Once accessed the router, do the following: Select “My Network”, “Network Connections”, “Broadband Connection”, “Settings”, “Release” in the DHCP Lease section The IP should be changed.