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You will have to go to the Dell site and at least get the network driver and put on a jump drive but it will have to be an old jump drive because the 2350 may not recognize some of the newer jump drives that have security features (I know that is a pain!) What I do is download the whole lot and burn them on a CD.
Configure your router first, by doing that you need a ethernet cable (cat 5 will do). Connect your computer to your router using ethernet cable and open internet explorer, type in the ip address of your router and press enter. After that, you will be ask for username and password, just key in your username and password (if you cant remember, reset your router and key in the default username and password of your router). Once your done, go to internet setup and you can configure everything there. Hope it helps you.
You really don't need the setup disc to setup a router of any kind. First you need to plug the computer into the router via ethernet cable. Jack into one of the numbered ports on the back of the router. Once Vista receives an IP address, click start then type cmd and press enter (this opens a command prompt). Type ipconfig and note your default gateway. This is the IP address you will need to type in to Internet Explorer. After sucessfuly doing that it's probably going to ask you for some login credentials. Check your user manual for the user name and password. After logging in, set your router up as needed.
Most probably its the problem with the autonet ip address where the computer picks a bad ip address. If your internet service provider has DHCP enabled you cannot put the manual IP address. If its a new problem try system restore, uninstalling and reinstalling networkdrivers. resetting winsock.(search google)
sometimes windows messes the whole network up when using the set up wizard, you need to go to the properties of your wireless cards and check on the TCP/IP line that the radio button that says obtain ip address automaticaly is ticked.
Go into the routers properties menu and check that DHCP is enabled and so allow the router to allocate ip addresses automatically, although you may need to do this via an rj45 cable and not wireless to begin with.