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#11 12 years ago

Also contact your internet provider.




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#12 12 years ago

Have you tried accessing your router? You wouldn't need an internet connection for that. Just type in 192.168.x.1 or 0. where x.1 or 0 is the address that your router assigns you in your internet browser. If you can't even access that, it's between your router and your system. For an easier solution just make a direct connection to the internet and excluding the router altogether. You'll need to cold-boot the modem after you make the switch, and if you can't connect, call your ISP.


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#13 12 years ago

If you have a LAN cable also set up with another computer, you may (This is what I have to do) disable your LAN (Start, "Connect To", then "Show all connections" and right click the LAN one and press disabe).




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#14 12 years ago

Well I dont know what I did... I just disabled the second Gigabit dual LAN, and then I got internet :\ but there was still the yellow (!) sign on the first one. So I dont care whats wrong I got internet on it lol. (faster download updates straight on computer rather than on CD then take it computer)




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#15 12 years ago

Good to hear. :)




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#16 12 years ago

Lord Anubis;3846180Click Start > Run > then type cmd and hit enter. That'll bring up the command prompt. From there type ipconfig/all and hit enter again. You just want to make sure that the IP address your getting is from your ISP and not a private one generated by your PC.

At the moment the beginning octets that determine if its a private address are eluding me so I can't post them here.

If he's using a router then ipconfig/all will only show private addresses, the computer is getting them from the router, not the ISP.




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