I just bought a new HP a6550f from Circuit City. It has Vista Premium SP1. For a few days, the my internet was up. About 2 days later, it completely shut down on me. The computer is hooked up to a Netgear WNR834B Wireless-N Router which is wired to the Siemens 4200 modem.
I called Windstream and was on for about an hour with one of their techies. I myself am pretty technologically up to speed, I'm working in the Cisco Academy right now. Between me, the tech guy at Windstream, and one of my friends, we couldn't figure it out.
I can ping my router and my modem, yet I can't access either through IE7.
The twist? I kept my old XP machine. I plugged everything in, and it worked fine. I can access the internet, play my games. Anything I really feel like.
The computer's onboard ethernet controller is fine because it was working just the other day, let alone the fact that I can still ping the router and such.
They're sending me a new modem, but I'm kind of curious if it's necessary at all. I'm really beginning to think it's just Vista (considering it's the 64 bit version).
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Nero Video Premium HD - System Requirements
Minimum system requirements for Nero Video Premium HD
Windows® XP SP3 (32-bit), Windows Vista® SP1 or later (32 and
64-bit), Windows® 7 Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate (32 and
2 GHz AMD or Intel® processor, 512 MB RAM (1 GB RAM for Windows Vista® or Windows® 7)
For Blu-ray Disc Playback and HD Video Editing: Processor Intel® Core™ II Duo 2.2 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ 2.6GHz or above, 2 GB RAM
5 GB hard drive space for a typical installation of all components (including templates, content and temporary disk space)
DirectX® 9.0 compliant graphics card with 3D acceleration, 16-bit
color, and a minimum of 128 MB video memory is required (32-bit, true
color, 256 MB dedicated video RAM, and support for Shader Model 3.0 is
For Blu-ray Disc Playback: Graphics Card NVIDIA
8600 and above, ATI Radeon HD 3800 and above, Intel G45 (Windows
Vista/Windows 7); Minimum 512 MB VRAM, HDCP compliant display for
DVD disc drive for installation and playback, Blu-ray Disc capable drive for BD playback
CD, DVD, or Blu-ray Disc recordable or rewritable drive for burning and video authoring
DirectX® 9.0c revision 30 (August 2006)
Windows Media® Player 9
Third party components such as Microsoft Windows® Installer 4.5,
Microsoft .NET™ 3.5 SP1 and Microsoft Silverlight™ 3 are shipped with
the product or automated download if not included in the package
For some services and the use of BD-LIVE features an Internet
connection is required (DSL-1000 and higher recommended). Internet
connection charges are the user's responsibility
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