Report ThankfulGuy- May 2, 2010 10:12AM Thank God you posted that otherwise I wouldn't get internet on my newer computer ever! Double-click "Network Connections." Right-click on the network that provides your Internet connectivity, and left-click on "Repair." Follow the on-screen instructions to finish or troubleshoot the repair. E- Jun 9, 2010 10:50PM pacman - you rock! Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. navigate here
I have too many thiings running on my pc, and it probably took 30 minutes to come up after the fix. You'll get a black dos-like box with a blinking cursor. Helpful +8 Report breal Apr 25, 2010 05:13PM I was having the same problem on hp laptop I notice it had an old antivirus program norton 2006 on it I deleted From: http://download.zonealarm.com/... ___ Workaround to Sudden Loss of Internet Access Problem Overview : Microsoft Update KB951748 is known to cause loss of internet access for ZoneAlarm users on Windows XP/2000.
Reply Doug Dickson January 11, 2016 at 4:05 pm Brilliant! This helps me to fix the problem.. Restart each computer. Thanks - here's what worked...the PC was not obtaining its IP address automatically.
Does anyone know how to fix this? Report blah- May 22, 2010 01:44PM @pacman : thx Report Maddy- May 24, 2010 06:34PM @pacman Thank you so much !!! Good advice. Windows Xp Internet Not Working But Connected Loading...
Report Norm in TX- Feb 21, 2009 09:49PM I encountered the problem after another problem that required a Norton Ghost backup. I tried all sorts of things including turning off Firewall. When there are Internet connection problems in Windows 7, Vista, or XP, make sure there are no firewalls installed other than the Windows Firewall. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
View all 14 comments Report Uglybastard- Nov 8, 2009 08:07PM Thank you so much worked like a champ!!!!!!!! Windows Xp Not Connecting To Internet Ethernet Restart the computer and try connecting to the Internet again. Report fortheloveoftech 2Posts Monday June 7, 2010Registration date June 7, 2010 Last seen - Jun 7, 2010 09:04PM it worked perfectly as if it was created for me! all programs 3.
Unplug these devices if they do not have power switches. For most cable and DSL devices, this number is assigned to the PC automatically by the Internet Service Provider (ISP). Troubleshooting Internet Connection Windows Xp Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Repair Network Connection Windows Xp Click "Control Panel", or click "Settings" then "Control Panel" 3.
click internet options, then connections 3. check over here For desktop PCs with on-board networking hardware, reset the BIOS: Restart the PC. I dont know way but it did not work the first time when I restarted. Report JH- Feb 21, 2010 06:12AM Dear Md Vasiullah You are a star! Windows Xp Troubleshooting Network Connection Problems
by Slikkster / March 26, 2009 3:42 AM PDT In reply to: Simple thing to try.. Searching For Optimal Network Connection (0x2) Line Report quasar- Apr 27, 2011 07:06AM yippee - tried a few things now Pacman's worked Report lindseybhabee- Apr 28, 2011 04:27AM pacman help me this didnt work and I cant fugiure I have several other computers connected to the network, and they work just fine - with internet access.
note: Ensure that the cable or DSL modem has been setup correctly, the Internet service is not down, and all required settings are set before using this document. Try connecting to the Internet. But now not need to relode the operating system with the help of htis utility. (AND PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF THIS SOLUTIONS SOLVED YOUR PROBLEM) View all 47 comments Report Network Connection Problem In Windows 7 Everything works smartly now.
Remove the side-case, set the jumpers on the card, and replace the side case. For Windows Vista/7, you have to run the Command Prompt as an administrator. To do that, just type “cmd” in your start menu’s search bar. Right click the “cmd” icon that Reply Nick January 23, 2010 at 12:49 pm These are great tips if your a DIY, When I fix network problems, I always use these methods, but most of the times, weblink Please make sure that the network connection device is enabled and running.
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Type "command" and press enter. Loading... I was born in Brooklyn, New York. Check Device Manager again for the presence of the Networks adapters category.
Reconnect the AC adapter to the cable or DSL modem and wait for it to reset completely. Report Rikosound- Apr 21, 2009 11:35AM I have the exact problem! Check the activity light next to the network connector on the back of the computer. Windows assigned it an Automatic Private IP Address.
system restore System Restore provides notes, sentences, choices, and facts that is easy to understand... This feature is not available right now. Click OK, and then OK to close the windows. to obtaine the ip follow this step.. 1.
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