Question about Computers & Internet
Alot of times when you have a computer that was just reloaded and hooked back up to the router and it doesnt work, most times the router and cable modem just needs to be reset. Turn off the computer. Then on the router itself, on the back of the router is a little pinhole. Take a paperclip or a pin and stick it in the hole and press the button inside the hole. After doing so the router lights will start flashing and eventually go back to normal. Do the same for your Cable Modem .Then turn your computer on and then go into network connections to see if your computer is back on the network.
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Joe < Data Miner >
P.S. Added note: You might want to double check in your network properties That your NWLink/Netbios and Tcp/Ip is installed. Inorder to get there, click on network places, view network connections, and then right click on Local Area Connection. Left click on Properties and then see if NetBios is in there....
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
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