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Internet down when give gateway

When i give gateway in any 2000 professional pc in my network then my internet down In my network there is alos xp pc and one pc of windows 2000 professional I formatted then it working

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  • Anonymous Sep 09, 2007

    Format windows 2000 professinal pc your problem will solve

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Yes, it will work fine. But there is no need to formate. You do one thing try once more. Check modem which is provided by your vender. Switch off & on your modem. Right click on internet explorer -> properties->Delete cookies , delete history-> go to advance -> restore default. Switch off and switch on of your modem. Check four light should be blink. If it is glowing definitely it will work. Good Luck

Posted on Sep 07, 2007

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