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Router works but internet to computer does not.

I bought a Zoom AP+4 router and it does work. I can get internet access on my laptop, ps3 but not on my computer. The wireless aspect of it works lovely but because my computers not wireless it does'nt seem to connect to the interenet even though it's all wired up correctly. I'm just guessing the settings are wrong. Please help me.

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Your pc might be using a static IP address. Make sure its on automatic. Go to Control Panel, Network Connections. Right-click on Local Area Connection and click Properties. Look for Internet Protocol TCP/IP and double click it. Select Obtain an IP Address Automatically and Obtain DNS Servers Automatically. Click OK all the way out. Also disable any firewall you have like Norton Firewall, McAffe, Zone Alarm and the likes.

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