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Wifi is broadband. Look in network properties and make sure only one network adapter is available. Microsoft systems seem to have trouble getting online when more than one is on. Disable the wifi and see if it changes. You may have to restart to allow the router to give it an ip address.
what connection you use? a dial up or broadband acces? if u use a broadband acces (maybe from office) u need to fill in gateway and preffered dns that your office use.( u can see the number from another computer) You can find the setting in : control panel--->Networks Connection--->Local Area Network - Right click on Local Area Network, choose 'Properties' ----> Internet Protocols(TCP/IP)