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Pc has internet and laptop doesn't with same router.

I have a netgear FS105 router and as soon as i hooked it up my decktop worked fine but my laptop does't have internet but it is sending and receiving many bytes. Please help!!

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RUN CMD
IPCONFIG /RELEASE
IPCONFIG /RENEW
AND SEE IF YOU GET AN IP
IF NOT ENTER IP MANUAL

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