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A good starting place - Go to the Windows 'Device Manager' and delete the network card. Reboot your system and windows will auto reinstall it. Setup your IP Address unless its set to DHCP (normal) and all should be good. If that doesn't work then reboot the modem and/or router and clean your network cable connections.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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