Mark u gave me the solution for my trouble in LAN.. thanks for that but there's one thing i want to tell rather ask.. coz i have assigned i.p manually already... do u want to say that i.p should have been assigned by the router\hub??.....
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Re: still having problem.... with LAN
It depends on the network. If it is an office type network for example then manually setting the IP gives the system admin better control over the system.
It also makes it alot easier to track one computer down if it always has the same IP address attached to it.
For a home network, or small network then having it set automatically by the router can make it alot easier for people new to networking.
Both have benefits.. just depends on the environment it will be used in.
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The simple coms driver should be a modem or a basic lan card.
In device manager are your network cards all listed?
Is a modem listed, if there is not and you have an rj11 port on board that will be the simple comms device
As for the mass storage device, what do you gave connected to the computer. My PC occassionally had trouble recognising my printer as a printer because it had a card reading slot. I think my windows installation was not in great shape which was the cause of the issue.
Disconnect everything and see if that resolves the issue. If it does try recovering your windows installation to an earlier date. It is just a matter of systematic investigation
there are a thousand reasons that light could be on. You will need the engine computer scanned for trouble codes. one common thing is to make sure the gas cap is on tight. if its loose, tighten it up, it may take a few days for the light to go off, if its tight, then there is another reason, and a scan will point in the direction of the fix.
After reinstalling your xp, the next thing to do is install the drivers of your motherboard. the drivers include lan card and sound card drivers. The lan card needs to work so you can explore the internet.. while the sound card needs to work so there will be sounds on your speaker.
If you don't have the drivers,, I can help you get one just tell me the model of your motherboard. and or sound card and lan card..
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