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That is usually a sign the install didn't go all the way through on a reload. You can try restore using the restore procedure, after you press the Power button press F10 and select restore to factory. The other option you have is when the screen appears asking you to register Windows, select the manually register or to call in the registration. Most likely you will end up using this procedure anyway because the previous owner has already used that product key and the only way for you to use it is to talk to a MS rep and get it changed to your name.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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when you upgraded did any settings from your isp change like passwords or usenames that your router may not be registering at your isp's server, or the line speed that you are now getting is not suported by the router.
type 192.168.2.1 in your web browser and check the connection settings.
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