I note that most of the problems noted are with Laptops or Nonebooks. My ATT connection worked fine on my XP Pro Desktop, until I upgraded to Vista. Haven't been able to connect since! In the Shop Twice! $$$$$ No one locally can Fix the problem. System Crashes to Bluescreen when I try to connect. I have updated to Service Pack 1 with no change. Still can't connect.I have the Latest ACM Software. Help!
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Do other wireless laptops connect to your wireless router, and give good speeds? Do you have many wireless networks, other than your own, that show up when you try to connect? It could be interference from other wireless networks in your vicinity.
Home Edition is already a version of XP. XP was released in Home and Professional versions. You can find out for sure what version of software you have by right-clicking on the desktop icon for "My Computer" (or on the "My Computer" entry on the Start Menu if the icon is not on your desktop), then clicking on "Properties" from the popup menu.
If you want to upgrade from XP Home to XP Professional, you can do that with the appropriate upgrade CD. But unless you are networking in an office setting, there really are no features in Pro that you don't have in Home.
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Well your explanation was clear but your should've not ruled out the hardware issue. if both computer suffered the same problem at the same time the problem could be within the Desktop itself. I have experienced the same problem with my HP when I move to my new house after 5 years. What happend is that during transportation the vibration lossened up the parts inside your computer. So what I did was I reseated all the parts inside the desktop and reinstalled Windows XP. Till now I have never had any problems yet.
Hey I found the solution.
Reinstall Soho Notes but on the screen after accepting the license is a button marked cutstomize. Click on that and then make sure the database box is checked. Finish the installation and restart your machine. It worked for me
first unhook router and hook up pc directly yo modem and type in 22.214.171.124 and goto config tab and see is modem is ppoe or bridge to ethernet needs to be ppoe second go back into setup on router and do a manually config and tell you have a dynamic dns and finish setup process i had the same problem with att internet and att had me setting it up wrong
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