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Internet not connected on second computer which is routed from first which is connected

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    Agugua Lims May 11, 2010

    what error message do u have then. try runing a ping command between the 2 systems n see. possibly restart yr systems then conect again

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Go to control panel then select network connection then select the network connection u have then right click and goto properties then instal all the requirements

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Check network adapter status in Device Manager.

Check network connections (local and internet) from control panel menu options.

Folow the diagnose steps if necessary.



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