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I have internet on my laptop, but my pc doesn't. It says there's no ip address assigned to my pc. what to do?

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Hi,
First check what IP address has been assigned to your laptop and assign the same IP address to your PC.

ELSE

check with your ISP (internet service provider) what IP has he assigned. Then it works.

Regards

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