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normally you can have up to 4 email addresses.not sur why you have .au legal adresses end in .com in canada check with youre ip provider also i found that as soon as you rebuild your email, all email from months back on there server downloads to you so nothing should be lost
if your router's ip address is 192.168.1.1 then set you pc's ip adress to 192.168.1.2 mask 255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.1.1. type http://192.168.1.1 in your internet explorer.choose reset factory default in you router's system menu.
I suppose that you have a network printer. If so, no matter what is your ip on the computer (this is not the issue). The thing is to know what is the IP of the printer to be able to connect to the printer thru its IP. So, there are 2 solutions. 1. Browse for a network printer (dont think it will work) 2. Local printer -Create a new port (choose IP = type the IP adress of your printer)
well first ask a staff member,Tell me what boat it is, and ip adress.
the way to find that out is on the connected computer with the trouble,press start and then run,type in cmd.exe and in the black box type in ipconfig.exe /all and then tell me everything in the section of wireless adapter
when you installed xp it has given your pc the default windows ip address; firstly, you will need to check the ip address of your pc that is working through the hub, go to your task bar on right hand side, network icon in the task bar(blue flasing screens)right click, status and then click the support tab.
In there you will see the ip address of your pc eg 192.168.2.2, this means your hubs ip address wil be 192.168.2.1 for example, then go to the properties of other pc's network card in control panel, then network conections and on the tcp/ip line click properties again and change it to either obtain ip address automatically or manually insert 192.168.2.3, the next number up from the other pc and a subnet mask as standard 255.255.255.0.
the other heatsink problem is that the heatsink originally supplied was supported by your motherboard for checking its temp and speed, but your new one is obviously not supported and is coming up with errors, you should be able to dissable this in the bios F2 or del on boot up.