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Dell c600 cant get on internet

Hi i have just bought a dell c600 secondhand,it wont let me access the internet it keeps saying something about my ip address or the connection is limited? please help!! also as i have never had a laptop before i am not sure how the cd drive should work ,mine pops out when pressed but not fully i have to open it myself to put a disc in.is this normal ?

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Try doing a Winsock fix. It's a free download at this link http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Network-Tweak/WinSockFix.shtml This will replace the Winsock and then you will have to restart you pc. And for the CD-Rom, Yes it is normal for the CD tray not to come all the way out as it does on desktops. When you push the button it just pops out then you pull it the rest of the way out. Hope this helps.

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Yes the cdrom is normal.... it is just spring loaded... not motor driven


for your internet, open up your network manager and refresh/repair connection through the given choices...


Make sure you're using a Wireless capable Router as well.... and reset the router..

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