Question about Computers & Internet
Click on Start
and then Control Panel. Select Network Connections. Right click
on the local network adaptor you are setting the IP address for. Select properties.
If you do not see Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
click the install select protocol and add then Internet Protocol TCP/IP
and ok. Click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and properties. If you do
not know the IP Address select obtain IP address automatically and OK.
Click OK to close and save Local Area Network Properties. See if this works otherwise you will need to
find the IP Address for your modem.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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