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Renew your ip address. The computer will automatically regenerate another one so that the two pc don't conflict.
You can can reset your IP address by :
1. Opening the Windows Command Prompt located in Start -> Accessories or
Start -> Run -> Type in either "cmd" or "cmd.exe" (without the quotes)
2. Type in "ipconfig /release" (without the quotes)
3. After releasing the IP, typie in "ipconfig /renew" (without the quotes)
If the instructions above doesn't work, you can set a manual IP address by :
1. Going to Network and Dial Up Connections in the Start -> Control Pannel
2. Going to your local area connection
3. Click "Properties"
4. Click "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)"
5. Then again click "Properties"
6. Selecting the "Use the Following IP Address"
7. Entering an IP address available on your network
I have had this problem on the Lenovo, before. Go to Network Connections, then Advanced, then Advanced Settings ...
Next, use the Adapters and Bindings tab. Look in the Connections window (the first window). Select "Local Area Connection". Push up arrow until this is placed at the top of the list! This makes the network pay attention to the Local Area Connection, first.
Then use the right click on the Network Icon (in Network Connections) to Repair the connection.
If you have a wireless connection, you may temporarily change this to Disabled.
Lenovo also has an "Access Connections" utility, called ACMainGUI.exe. This will do some network diagnostics for you.
It is important to use the correct Network Interface on the Lenovo. Otherwise, the Lenovo will think that you have no Network interface!
I am bit confused with your query. Its not possible to connnect wireless with local network. Or what you can do is use wireless router so that ur laptop detects the service and you can access internet.
The user has not described the operating system in use.
However this problem generally occurs due to incompartible hardware. in this case it is ever stated. ie. Network interface Device. I suggest you disconnect the Network devices including cables, then try to reboot.
If not descibe how far the booting process gets and type of network hardware connected and operating system to your system
go to start>run, then type ipconfig /flushdns and press enter.
If no luck then go to control panel>network connections, then click on your network adapter sometimes called local area connection unless it's wireless and right click>properties, click on the tcp/ip line and click properties and check the obtain ip address is ticked and select ok.
Try again and if that doesnt work go back to network connections, right click on your network connection and select uninstal, then restart the notebook and it will reinstall itself for you to try again.