Question about Computers & Internet
My LAN connection stopped working suddenly and will not reestablish. It is connected directly to my modem properly, with all the components working properly as well, and yet there is limited-to-no connectivity. I have checked the ethernet cords, no issue there. I have contacted my ISP provider, who reset my modem and believe it is working fine, as well as toshiba tech support, reinstalling Intel Pro 100 LAN drivers, but nothing has worked. I believe the issue involves being unable to reset my IP address. My wireless adapter works fine as well. Does anyone have any ideas? Toshiba A105-S4211 Model# PSAA8U-0FJ02J
It sounds like the LAN card may be going bad. You can see if manually setting the IP address in the settings of the LAN card will work. If that works, then the card's routine for negotiating IP address assignment is corrupted. You maybe able to get some more useful life out of it by doing this until you can replace the LAN card itself. If you need more instructions on how to set the IP address manually, reply back and I'll try to step you through it.
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