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Cant connect to the internet from my laptop with either wireless or wired. its a hp dv2700 running vista premium

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When wired go to Lan Settings which is under Internet Explorer>Tools>Internet Options.>Connections>Lan Settings. Make sure no boxes are checked after clicking Lan Settings.

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