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Unable to connect properly on LAN

I have a HP 520, AND WHEN I CONNECT IT TO OUR SMALL NETWORK THE PROBLEM I FACE WITH LAN IS STRANGE TO ME, IT SHOWS CONNECTED BUT IS UNABLE TO PING OR CONNECT TO OTHER TERMINALS ON NETWORK.

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Showing connected only means there is an active cable attached to the network port.
You will need to check the laptop to see if it should have it's IP address assigned manually or is being assigned by the router/hub in your network using DHCP.

Hope that helps.

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