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I'm stumped. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - what should I do now? Now, I am unable to connect to the internet at all from that computer through my wireless router. can u help me, how to fix this???????? Source

Then go to Start/Run and type CMD and hit enter. However, if you use the IP address for the wired connection that would be ok. A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. Phone and iPad are both connecting.

Xp Won't Connect To Internet

This is getting way to techy for me. what do you mean ? When I first received it I could not get the WIFI to connect to my DSL modem network at home. Try some other threads on this website?her0oftim33 years agoReplyMy aunt called me about her laptop having connectivity issues.

When I try to connect to my network on my own (by clicking on it, then clicking "Connect"), it asks me for my network password like it usually does. How about fans?jcrooks3 thegeeke3 years agoReplyI figured it is. I know this is asking a lot but I can't check it for you since I don't see details like this in the post.Just so you know, over the years I've Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet Ethernet Louis Edited by hamluis, 21 December 2011 - 08:24 PM.

Click Networking and Sharing Center. 4. tahnks god I found your solution "Click start menu >RUN, type netsh winsock reset and then click ok Command prompt flashes,restart your computer." i wonder why the hell they do not I am not able to connect to wireless network. I was connected to y when it stopped working.

what have u done to fix this issue? Connecting Windows Xp To Internet Via Ethernet Report jessan5- Apr 17, 2009 at 03:57 PM have u tried to access on safe mode? Uncheck the box to disable the firewall.Tips:ICF does not existing in Windows XP Service Pack 2. Thank you for signing up.

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I have 3 other computers at home, various manufacturers, and all others connect with no problem. My dns servers say I'm guessing th router is made by pheenetThanks in advance xthegeeke Katiewhitnall4 years agoReply1. Xp Won't Connect To Internet I figure I can redownload once I get this network issue resolved. Windows Xp Connected But No Internet It says wireless network is available and when I try to connect, it won't do it.

damn for 2 hours I have been searching the net!! Here Are 5 Ways to Fix It List Having Problems with Windows File and Printer Sharing? Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Windows XP SP3 Will Not Connect To Wireless Network This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by Thanks for the response. Windows Xp Not Connecting To Internet Ethernet

Also, greatly improved overall speed. If that doesn't work, what else can I do? To renew your IP address ipconfig/renewEnterFrankieG7 wijnaldumwilliam7 months agoReplyDidn't work. have a peek here Difficulty: EasyTime Required: < 1 minuteHere's How:Open Control Panel through the Windows Start Menu.

If so, I need to be sure it isn't going to throw all of my other networked connections out of the working state. Connecting To The Internet Windows Xp Wireless modem reply to Dad's ping wonderfully but doesn't have internet !!! Thanks a bunch.

All of the services you listed should have been set up when the connection was established.

Forgot a thing. Did you perform the above instructions?chryshanto frollard4 years agoReplyfroll! AT&T used to help me; but, not now. Windows Vista Computer Won't Connect To Internet First step...check the firmware on the router.

That should solve all your problems. I tried rebooting my computer, repairing my connection, and restarting my router, and I am still having this problem. Scroll down to Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), and double click it. 7. Write a comment: Name (required) E-Mail (required; will not be published, sold or used for spam)You will receive an email when your comment is answered Website (optional) Time limit is exhausted.

Click on Start -> Run -> Type "cmd" and press enter -> at the C:\ prompt type "ipconfig". Follow these instructions to disable the Windows firewall. If none of this helps, can you give me some more detail about how the computer isn't connecting? After a minute the icon shows no available wireless networks.

I select WPA alone , then my own laptop disconnect too !I login with cable and change it to WPA2 alone , I connect but mu Dad doesn't Flag Permalink This While connected like that, i checked my subnet mask and it is and my friend's is


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