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So you have your computer wired to a router, isn't it? Try opening the CMD and input ping 192.168.1.1 (this is the default address for a router, if you had changed it for some reason then you should type ping 'default address' ) and you should see something like "reply ...". If you see something like "request timed out" then reset the router to factory defaults. Try pinging again your router, if you still see "request time out" then theres a hardware error on either the computer or the router.
Hope this works!
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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