Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
Make sure there is only 1 pc connected.....
reset the line PPPoA/remove the dsl jack (if PPPoE) for 30 secs > delete all wifi profiles > clear the TCP/IP cache by using "netsh winsock reset" at the command prompt (if vista then from accessories right click on the command prompt and run as administrator) > switch off the router > restart the laptop/PC > remove the ETH cable > restart the router > after all LEDs are back ON > connect the ETH cable (and Enable the LAN connection if disabled) > NIC aquires the IP address > the same goes for the wifi adapter > aquires the IP address.
Hopefully the connections should work now.
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