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Manually assigned IP setting lost

I have Acer Laptop. When i tried to configure the lan card with manually assigned IP, then i found the settings are lost and not saved and lan card goes to automatic detect settings.

pls confirm the solutions for this.

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Hi FRND,

You have to uninstall the LAN card manually from the safe mode...
After that restart the Laptop installed the LAN card by proper driver …

Then go to command prompt type IPCONFIG
You should get the IP it 169.XXX.XXX.XXX this is by automatically assign by windows...

Right click on the network /right click on local area connection/click on TCP/IP properties then click on use the following IP type which IP you want to specify …

Click on ok and close the local area connection windows…

Again start command prompt type the same command i.e. IPCONFIG

Now see which IP address you have set on your card is their or not…

If you not seen the IP Address which you set then type the command i.e. I IPCONFIG /renew or IPCONFIG / release...

Then again repeat the above setting...

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See there are two types of connection in your laptop pls see u define on which network choose local lan and assign ip adress and save .

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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