Question about Samsung Computers & Internet
If the laptop's own IP address is invalid, you need to figure out where the incorrect settings are. If you're running it with a wireless adapter and a router, make sure that the network connection is set to DHCP and not to static IP address.
Probably the best course of action, especially if you're not very experienced with networks or IP addresses, is to run the New Connection Wizard, which you can access like this:
1) click on Start
2) move the mouse pointer up to Settings
3) click on Control Panel
4) double click on Network Connections
5) click on File
6) click on New Connection
7) follow the instructions.
I hope that helps! Good luck.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Either the network requires you to manually configure your ip settings(unusual but not unheard of) or your wireless adapter is not set to get settings from DHCP. Check to verify that your wireless adapter is set for DHCP and if this is correct then you'll need to contact the administrator for the wireless AP and haver them check their settings.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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