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This is because your settings are wrong.
go in to control panel> connection manager> "your connection"> right click and select " properties"> select ipv4 and make sure that the "obtain ip address automatically" is selected.
First check the TCP/IP settings for the network card to ensure they are set to "Obtain IP Address automatically"
Then go to Start>Run>CMD enter
in the commandline box type
That will tell you whether or not you really are getting an internet connection. Check that you are getting a valid IP address provided by the router usually in the range 192.168.x.x
with default gateway & DNS set to the router's IP address which will probably be 192.168.x.1
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Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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