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Cannot connect to the internet

We have a home network. Currently, we have two computers connected to a wireless D-link router, a Dell Dimension, E521, running XP and a Gateway 556GE running XP. We also have a Dell wireless laptop. All of these computers can connect to our DSL internet just fine through the D-link WBR 1310, version B. I purchased a third desktop, a Dell Inspiron 530 running Vista. All of the computers can access the internet just fine, except the new Dell Inspiron 530. It will not access the internet no matter what I do. I bypassed the router and connected the new Dell straight into the modem and I could get on the internet great. But by doing this all my other computers could not access the internet. This tells me that my router may have to be set differently for my new Dell. What should those settings be and how do I do this. Thanks for your help.

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Open internet explorer, go to tools, internet options, then the connections tab and make sure ' never dial a connection' is ticked, assuming you had a dial up connection before using the router on this pc or if you briefly used it.

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