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Problems I am having problems accessing the router or the internet through the router with Win XP, what can be wrong?

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Reset TCP/IP Stack You can try to reset the TCP/IP stack in Windows to possible repair the Internet connection if it is corrupted. Go to Start, Run and type in CMD. Type the following commands Method 2 - Update driver in Device Manager Sometimes Windows can have problems with a particular wireless card because of it's driver. This problem especially occurs on Windows Vista machines that have older drivers for wireless card.
Go to Device Manager by right-clicking on My Computer and going to Properties. On the Hardware tab click on Device Manager.
If you see anything with an exclamation point or red X under network adapters, that might be causing the network connection problems. Download the latest drivers from the manufacturers website on another computer and copy them over using a USB stick or CD. Update the drivers and restart the computer.

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WIn XP has a built in Firewall that may be enabled. To disable this Click on Start, go to control panel and then network connections. Right click the local area connection and go to properties. Click the advanced tab and uncheck: Protect my computer and network by limiting or preventing access to this computer from the Internet. If you do not do this it can prevent you from using the router or even accessing the router configuration screen. The reason it causes a problem is the router already has a firewall and the built in firewall can cause a problem.

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