And it does it with the dnscache service stopped so it looks like it may be part of the base resolver library. #18 Nothinman, Jul 5, 2011 imagoon Diamond Member this takes you right back to the status dialogue and you click the 'properties' again and just go back and click the check box for the items you just un-checked and Has a movie ever referred to a later movie? To check if it works, use (assuming you have an ipv4 entry in your hosts for www.example.com, or an ipv6 entry in your hosts for ipv6.example.com): ping www.example.com -n 1 ping
I just added www.google.com to my hosts file, and it still resolves just fine in my browser.Click to expand... Left by b on Feb 23, 2011 4:46 PM # re: Beware of spacing in Windows7 hosts file Thank you for the post!!!Although the solution posted did not work for me, Blocking www.google.com worked entirely as expected. Tuesday, May 06, 2014 6:04 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote After trying all of the proposals here, I can add my specific case: I WAS USING THE
You want this. If you rely on a proxy to access the web and therefore don't want to disable it, you can add exceptions by going to Internet Explorer -> Internet Options -> Connections Left by Paul on Mar 02, 2010 12:36 PM # re: Beware of spacing in Windows7 hosts file It didn't fix it for me.It's funny -- well, it's NOT funny -- Windows 10 Hosts File Ignored Right? [crickets chirping]Fortunately there's an easy (although stupid and ugly) workaround: Two simple batch files; one moves the HOSTS file off of its proper directory to a location of your choosing
Blocking www.google.com worked entirely as expected. Hosts File Changes Not Taking Effect I had an XP machine running just fine with the entries from my hosts file. hosts.ics: # This file has been automatically generated for use by Microsoft Internet # Connection Sharing. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/hosts-file-ignored-windows-7-64-bit-firefox/dcad50c8-4242-435b-a87b-26ecd2ff7d97 To block other hosts, you need to list those specific hostnames in the hosts file as well.
Please enter a comment.Allowed tags: blockquote, a, strong, em, p, u, strike, super, sub, code Verification: Copyright © Jan Schepens | Powered by: GeeksWithBlogs.net | Join free Popular Posts on Geeks Right-click on the hosts file and select Properties from the context menu. Hosts File Not Working Windows 10 If a Windows Security alert box pops up, choose Yes to continue. Hosts File Not Working Mac I don't quite understand, if they are resolving to 127.0.0.1, then why would I see the browser sit there resolving those domains, for several seconds at a time?
And I didn't have notepad, because of replacing it with Notepad2.So the problem was, line endings were wrong, they were CR instead of CRLF. navigate here Yes, internet, Windows 7 disregards hosts file. Your solution worked perfectly. tell me. Browser Ignoring Hosts File
I disabled the NIC in my VM, did it all again and www.microsoft.com failed to resolve, so while it doesn't look like there's any static addresses built into their resolver, it what's a good 'bad' ip address to use? The Manual setting just means that the service will start up, once a browser is fired up. Check This Out Thursday, December 27, 2012 10:22 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote I had exactly the same problem right now.
i Have saved the hosts file without an extension. Chrome Ignoring Hosts File Connect with Daniel Petri Like on Facebook Follow on Twitter Circle on Google+ Subscribe via RSS Sponsors Join the Petri Insider Subscribe to the Petri Insider email newsletter to stay up Malware sends www.microsoft.com to hotnudewomen.com and downloads a "patch" from there?
can anybody help me how do i block all these sites ??? My solution was: copy the content of the fileopen an editor and paste the content in an new filesave it on the desktop as hosts file (without any extension)Move it to Are there 2-3m illegal migrants with criminal records in the USA? Windows 10 Ignores Hosts File Hmm. #25 VirtualLarry, Jul 5, 2011 Last edited: Jul 5, 2011 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2
Ping should resolve the intended 127.0.0.1 for the hosts you are blocking 5. In a nutshell, if you plan on using the address "www.YOURDOMAIN.com" you should type "www.YOURDOMAIN.com" into the Hosts file, rather than just "YOURDOMAIN.com". Thanks for the hint.Gardoglee Wednesday, April 29, 2015 11:17 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi all, thanks for all the helpful information above! this contact form I changed the Hosts File, using an administartor privilage. & added that 2 lines at the end of the file.