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ADSL Wireless Router

Hi I seem to have encountered a strange problem that I'm not sure how to solve. My PC, which is wired to the ADSL wireless router, cannot connect to the internet, but my laptop, which connects to the router wirelessly, can connect to the internet. This is strange becaues up until yesterday both machines were connecting to the internet perfectly. Des anybody have any ideas how to fix this problem?

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Re: ADSL Wireless Router

Firstly you may simply have corrupt cookies preventing your internet connection, so go to tools in internet explorer and select internet options and delete temporary internet files and cookies. If you are able check that the network card is working by typing your routers ip address in your web browser and look at DHCP clients and see if your problem pc's ip address is shown. It could simply be that your pc's ip address lease time as ran out, so go to start>run and type ipcongig /flushdns, this should clear the network card settings. Restart pc and and try connecting again.

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