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Unable to connect to internet.

We are using wireless.

I found the ip adress
how do I PING my router I don't understand what you mean.?

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  • joycemann Jul 22, 2008

    well we tried that and it did not help.

    still can't get on the internet.

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Go to any working computer on your network.

go to start
programs
accessories
command prompt
at the command prompt, type ping and your IP address.

2) or go to start
go to run
in the run box, typr cmd,
at the command prompt type ping and your ip address

thanks

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