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DNS error when trying to connect to internet

I just installed the Dynex wireless LAN 802.11g Notebook Card.  It installed successfully and I am able to make a connection however when I try to connect to the internet I get a Cannot find server or DNS error.  I have a Toshiba SatellitePro 4200 laptop that runs Windows 2000.  I have checked the Device Manager and it shows that the card is running properly.  Any advice?

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1- Try setting your own DNS server settings, right click on your network connection > properties > TCPIP v4 > edit DNS settings ( use dyndns.com as a dns for example).
2- Try refreshing your DNS cache:
start > run > cmd > and type: ipconfig /flushdns

Hope it helps !

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