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Not able to get internet connection. I have 2 other computers in the House works fine. I have contacted my internet provider our IP is 169 I have manualy put in the system shows internet connection but still not able to get on the internet the error message is Internet explore cannot displat the web page.I have an emaching T3958. 340 omte; ce;erpm processor

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Try changing your settings on your internet protocol to obtain an IP address automatically and obtain DNS server automatically.

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Resolving 169.x.x.x IP address problems


This article outlines methods of resolving issues with a 169.x.x.x IP address. This address results from a built in feature of windows called automatic private IP address(APIPA). When your computer is unable to find a DHCP server the APIPA service will assign itself a 169.x.x.x IP address. According to Microsoft, the APIPA service checks for a DHCP server every five minutes.

Releasing the IP address
1. Click on Start and click Run.
2. Inside Run, type ipconfig /release to release the IP address.
3. Then after the IP address is released, type ipconfig /renew

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1. Click on Start and right click on My Computer. Then click on Manage.
2. Click on Device Manager and then Network Adapters
3. Under Network Adapters, right click on your Ethernet adapter and select Disable.
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Check the Ethernet cable
Sometimes a bad Ethernet cable can cause your system to receive a 169 IP address, try changing out the cable for a new one.
Disable antivirus and firewall applications
Disable/uninstall any external firewall, antivirus, or spyware programs (eg. Norton Internet Security, McAfee Security Center, Trend Micro 2007, Webroot).
Restarting the QoS packet scheduler Protocol
1. Click on Start and click Control Panel.
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Restarting the DHCP service
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6. Inside Run, type the following: netsh int ip reset log.txt
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System Restore
1. Open Start and click on Programs and then Accessories.
2. Then click on System Tools.
3. Click on System Restore and select a restore point when you were not experiencing this problem.
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Troubleshoot the issue by identifying the ip address that your computer has. May it be wireless or local area connection. Check IP Address thru command prompt or DOS.
· press <windows key>+<R>
· type "cmd"
· press ok button. a black box will appear
· type "ipconfig /all" then press enter key
· locate wireless connection and local area connection group by scrolling up/down.

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If the ip address is 169.xxx.xxx.xxx, this is an invalid ip address. Contact Internet Service Provider. If the ip address is 192.xxx.xxx.xxx, click start and open control panel. then open internet options. click on connections tab. click on lan settings. Make sure no tick box checked. All set your anti virus' firewall settings to default. Then try browsing.

I hope this works for you. KINDLY REPLY IF FURTHER ASSISTANCE NEEDED. Good Luck!

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Click on your Lan (ow WLAN?) connection and hit properties.

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Is it your own network?
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Go to Start>Control Panel on your computer
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Can you also tell what IP-address you get?
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