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Can't connect through a wired connection to modem..help

I have a post where I bring this up here http://www.fixya.com/support/t285233-limited_or_no_connectivity
, but I am making a new post since this is somewhat a new problem. The problem is that I have 2 laptops a sony vaio and a dell that won't connect to the internet through a wired connection. However I do have a hp laptop that does connect to that exact same wired connection. I have tried :

1. cmd -> ipconfig/release and ipconfig/renew
2. powercycling the modem and turning of the laptops
3. changing the link speed & duplex
4. search countless sites =(

And all seem to not provide the solution to this problem. I then hooked up my wrt 300n wireless n router to the modem and tried a wired connection from the router and the sony vaio and dell works fine. The limited or no connectivity was gone and I could connect to the internet. The dell can access the internet by a wired connection and wireless. But the sony vaio can't connect to the router wireless. It seems to have the same problem as trying to connect to the modem wired. But the sony can connect to the router wired which is connected to the modem wired?? I am no computer guy and just know the basics so can anyone tell me why is this? And if there is a solution to the limited or connectivity when I try to connect to it wired to the modem(the sony vaio gets stuck on aquiring network address =(....)? Please I need help lol

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  • TehRino Dec 06, 2007

    I learned the reasonfrom my other post http://www.fixya.com/support/t285233-lim.... Thanks diazphi! for clearing most of it up. If anyone has any other views or ideas feel free to post.

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Looks like you figured it out, but here you go!

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