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No internet despite network connection

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A desktop on my home network will not connect to the internet. Connection is through a wireless router (Netgear WPN824 v2). Other machines on the network have no problem connecting.

You asked about OS's on the network. The problem machine is running XP Home. Machines without problems include one running OSX and one running Vista. Another running XP, recently taken off, also worked.

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Ok your problem is the home edition for some reason there are features that are missing compared to all xp versions and i'm a little surpise with vista because of none problems but check all your network settings on all computers but start with the home edition the pproblem one make sure the sttings areset and there are a few things that might not be turned on that has to be check under the add and remove program components but sometimes this area might request the os disk to make changes and also check under network settings that the log on in the network properities is client for microsoft networks then goto internet protocol the address should be obtain auto and very important under internet protocol click properties then advance then at the top click the tab at the top that say options then you will see tcp/ip filter click properties and make all checks are enabled and permit all which is the common for this to be turn off and also i like to make windows the wireless default control under the card configure properties.. but again the home edtion has some features that are not available compared to xp pro which is the best xp os of xp versions....

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