I have purchased a new computer from HP which a slim line pavilion computer. But not able to connect to internet, tried many trouble shooting steps like
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt and reset the ip protocol.
Its vista home premium which came along with the computer.
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This problem could be due to your DNS settings or your
IP Address. First of all you will have to configure your router to
accept the new computer. To do this you will need to go in to the
router in your browser
window and add your new device.
Then you will need to configure your router to either
automatically assign an IP Address or use an allocated IP Address and
use the same setting on your new computer. Also, you will need to configure
your router to either assign a DNS Server automatically or to use an
allocated DNS Server and once again you will need to use the same
settings on your new computer.
Your IP Address is crucial in order
for your new computer to connect properly to your network. Your DNS Server is
crucial in order for your new computer to access the internet through your network.
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Your router may have not reset its IP address properly. Unplug your router for 30 seconds and then plug it back in to obtain the correct IP address. If that doesn't do it for your connectivity you will need to go to the command prompt and type ipconfig /renew to obtain a new IP address on the wireless computer.
open network connection right click on wireless network connection and open properties... select internet protocol (TCP/IP) and open properties... obtain ip address automatic and dns automatic and after that connect
An IP confict means that another computer has the IP that your laptop is trying to attain.
Open a command prompt by going to start>run
Type cmd in the box and then click ok.
In the box that opens up type:
it will come back with zero.
It should pick up a new address. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
when you say ip/config you mean wifi properties and internet protocol properties right ?
if so select obtain ip address auto and select obtain dns auto.
if thats not what you mean...goto control panel ..open network connections...click on ur network connection ...in the list at left select change settings for this connection...in network properties scroll to internet protocol..double click to open..select obtain ip auto and obtain dns auto.
there are other ways to fill in fields but you need relevant info..
there are programs which can show u ip's but most require a special driver.
incidently if you choose ip and dns auto you will not see ip address but when connecting to network you will see aquiring ip address please wait.
if for some reason you still cant connect go to a place where you know have free internet access and connect there then net connection will be configured
1. Check if you're computer is getting a valid IP address.
2. If you're PC is on winXP, check IP address by going to start>run, then type cmd>enter
type ipconfig/all then press enter.
3. Please let me know the IP address, default gateway and DNS address that your computer obtains.
4. You may aslo create a new connection manager.
you will need to make sure that DHCP is enabled within the routers settings as this will tell the router to assign ip addresses automatically, then go to network connections, right click on your network card>properties>TCP/IP line>properties and tick 'obtain an ip address automatically', click ok, close window and restart pc.