Question about IBM ThinkPad R52 Notebook
My laptop is connected to the wireless network in my home. The computer is telling me that I have an excellent internet connection, but when I try to connect to the internet it is telling me that it cannot find the server.
A few things you will want to check to try and isolate the problem. The following steps are only preliminary.
1. Go to Start>run>type cmd a black box should open 2. Type ipconfig 3a. If your IP displays 169.254.*.* (something.something) then you a pretty serious problem. 3b. If your IP shows 192.*.*.* then you can use the following commands to fix it. 4. Type netsh winsock reset press enter, ipconfig /release press enter and then type ipconfig /renew 5. Reboot. 6. Test the internet connection
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