May 2015 - last edited May 2015
Clear hosts file
-make sure your internet connection is not running through a proxy.
Go to Internet Options in Control Panel > check the connections tab and make sure the proxy server is not checked. Check the internet settings again and you should be fine.
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Hi @aumi7041 ,
This is how to uncheck Proxy settings in windows .
In Windows 10 click on Start and then click on the icon Settings at the far left. In Settings, click on Network & Internet
In the left-hand panel, click on Proxy at the very bottom.
Here you have all the settings that are related to setting up a proxy in Windows. It’s basically split into two configurations: either Automatic or Manual proxy setup. In 99% of the cases, everything should be set to Off. If anything is turned on, your web traffic could be going through a proxy.
NOTE If you’re using an older version of Windows go to Control Panel and click on Internet Options.
In the Internet Options dialog, go ahead and click on the Connections tab and then click on LAN settings at the bottom.
Here you will see all the same settings as in the Settings app shown above. Anything you configure here will show up there and vice versa.