Question about Computers & Internet
OK this is gonna take a few replies back and forth since I cannot be there so I know what is working and what is not.
First go to the DOS prompt by clicking on clicking on run>then type in "cmd" then once at the DOS prompt type in c:> cd\
to get to the C: prompt only.
The at the C;> type ping 127.0.0.1. This should state that 4 packets were sent and 4 received.
This is to ensure your Network Adapter card is working properly. If you ge the 4 packets received. Then type in ipconfig /all and post the results to me. You'll have to rate this solution so I'm the only one to work your case, otherwise it stays open for anyone to work it and you will get a thousand different ways of doing the same thing.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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