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Two computers network. One not connecting. One LAN green light not on. Double checked connections, all ok. Restart computer in the very beginning LAN green light flickers on only for a few seconds.

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  • margiek821 Feb 22, 2009

    Please, explain, "paired up again." Thanks.

  • margiek821 Feb 22, 2009



    Spoem. It is a simple router network in one room. This computer I am typing this on is connected to the Internet just fine thru the same router. The other computer not connecting with the Internet and the LAN green lifhgt on the router is off. Thanks.

  • margiek821 Feb 23, 2009



    No they are not wireless

  • margiek821 Feb 23, 2009

    Just observed the loffowing. When the computer is completely shut down, the LAN green light at the router is on (connected) and stays on. But at the computer start up while booting up, after 10 sec., the green light goes off (disconnected)'

  • Barry Parks May 11, 2010

    Good morning! I'm Spoem. Let's start with the basics. Please describe your network for me.


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I started to assist you with this in chat, but the window closed. Please let me know how your network is setup. Are you connecting directly or through a router? Have you added both PCs to a workgroup or domain?

Let me know on this and we can go to the nest step.

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  • Barry Parks Feb 22, 2009

    Has the second computer been on the network before? I would start by opening the Device Manager and making sure that the network card is enabled. If it has a red X on it, right click on it and choose enable. I see that frequently in my work environment.

    Let me know what you find.


  • Barry Parks Feb 23, 2009

    Let's step back and make sure we are aiming at the same target. Do you want the two computers to 'talk' to each other, or just share the internet connection? I wish we could get back into the chat area, it would save time. Have you checked to see if the network card is enabled?

    I'll be online for a while. Let me know.



  • Barry Parks Feb 24, 2009

    Have you been able to resolve the problem?

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They need to be paired up again this will solver your problem

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  • Alex Keen Feb 22, 2009

    Are these wireless?

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