Question about Computers & Internet
Ok you need to troubleshoot the connection ... start by going into network connection in the control panel ... right click your local area connection and make sure it is enabled ... are you using XP.. vista...??? the red X means no connection ... check the cable also ...
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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