Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro 6100 Notebook
We have a Belkin 54G router. Two desktops are hardwired and work fine. We have three laptops. Two are connected and working fine. The third has been connected in the past but after a IP outage today when all five computers were disconnected now cannot reconnect. This laptop stays stuck in "acquiring network address". We have disconnected, repaired, given it manual IP addresses, nothing seems to work. Any suggestions?
I would connect it to the router using a lan cable to verify that it will get a IP address and connect to the internet. Write down the IP information and make a static wireless connection with that info. It should work hardwired and wirelessly with this info. If it doesn't work wirelessly you may have a bad wireless card or you may find that their is already conflicting static IP info in the connection that has to be removed. Make sure that on your internet protocol (TCP/IP) properties that you have selected "Obtain an IP address automatically" and Obtain DNS server address automatically". Clear any settings that you may see there.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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