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Services provide features such as file and printer sharing. It could have gotten corrupted. aerismel, Mar 7, 2011 #1 johnb35 Administrator Staff Member Messages: 37,858 Is this a fresh install of windows? Look at the drivers list and the provider - which should not show Microsoft as their drivers often cause trouble. get redirected here

Report Ermetico› hari - Mar 10, 2009 at 06:15 PM Thank! Nov 21, 2005 #7 fah_metal TS Rookie Topic Starter Horray!!!!! Thanks again for all the help along the way. Thank you.

Windows Xp Will Not Connect To Internet

Test the connection and see if you connect? AT&T used to provide 24-hour phone service for their internet customers. So I went back to mine and looked over the router and found a "factory reset" button and did the reset and viola it worked! I've tried disconnecting the modem and router and letting them power down and back up.

but when I try to connect through ethernet in the task bar its showing the connection but I cannot connect to internet. Or, more accurately, after I re-started my computer the connection went wonky and then gave me a "Limited or no connectivity" message. To make sure it's turned on, go to Control Panel and click on Network and Sharing Center. In the left pane, click on Change advanced sharing settings. Windows Xp No Internet Connection Hp 15 notebook PC won't connect to office network solved Dad's old XP PC won't connect to my modem or router, how do I get this set up?

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet Yesterday, I contacted a local Broadband provider, and will be changing my phone service and internet service from AT&T as of Friday. My Desktop PC won't connect to the WiFi network but my other devices connect fine. Now what I am running on is a Toshiba Laptop, running Windows XP SP3, writing this on another computer though, as it has no internet.

TechSpot is a registered trademark. Can't Connect To Internet Windows Xp Wireless Thanks so much. is your cable connected to the hub/ethernet card/other computer? As far as your Internet connectivity, through another computer download and burn a copy of the Winsock XP Fix utility to run and repair your winsock file, update your network card

Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet

Ask a new question Read More LAN Connection Windows XP Networking Related Resources solved Windows XP Netbook Won't Connect To Wireless Network solved XP won't connect to my wifi network Win So I checked all the network settings, used ipconfig /release & /renew, Made sure passwords were correct, etc... Windows Xp Will Not Connect To Internet You may also... Windows Xp Connected But No Internet No, create an account now.

Enjoy! http://webjak.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-connected-but-no-internet.html DESKTOP HAS CONNECTION!!!!!!! My wireless was connecting to the network but the internet was not working. Tweet Like Google+ Comments [1] MAabmets says: 3 years ago I have this issue on a laptop.. Windows Xp Not Connecting To Internet Ethernet

You have to put "medium level" instead of "high level" in internet security area of ZoneAlarm. Have tried to clean both. Then the next day the same problem occurs and the only way to log on is for my dad to actually play solitare or another game and then try. http://webjak.net/windows-xp/can-39-t-connect-to-internet-windows-xp-wireless.html I need the model number for the tower you have.

Wireless USB Adapters If you're using a wireless dongle or one of those wireless adapters that connects to a computer via USB, then your issue is probably related to the device Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet Ethernet Can you walk me through how I can check to see if I have the manufacturer's drivers rather than Microsoft's? Report Puuchie- Mar 18, 2009 at 05:51 PM May I ask you to forward me that download fix that solved your husband laptop issue.

Dec 18, 2009 #8 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 ComputerGuy55 said: ↑ Don't worry Kimsland, ...re-installing windows is pretty much, insert the disc, delete old partitions, create new, format, and install.Click to

If such a conflict arises on your Windows XP computer, you might find that it cannot connect to the Internet through the router. For grins, I used Netscape to download zonealarms...but stil IE does not access the internet....should I go to windows updates and try downloading the latest updates there..using Netscape? Get error message saying "Connection Failed!" Shortly after trying to enable it. (Links to other posts about it: http://forums.whatthetech.com/Please_HELP_CONNECTION_FAILED_error_t104105.html http://forums.techguy.org/windows-xp/883663-connection-failed-lan-connection.html ) Currently trying to fix the problem myself but I am Connecting Windows Xp To Internet Via Ethernet so hopefully that works out forya.

So everything worked fine yesterday -- internets and all. Two things I've noticed: 1. Try This List Here are 10 ways to solve common Internet connection problems Article How to Use Simple File Sharing in Windows XP Article The Right Way to Share Printers with this page When it starts back up hopefully IE7 will work once again Report mamad- Jun 12, 2010 at 11:40 AM steelgrave you are my hero thanks man Helpful +14 Report Chopper Sep

The relevant information is below: Wireless card: IEEE 802.11g Wirelss Cardbus/PCI Adapter Driver Provider: Marvell Driver Date: 9/17/2004 Driver Version: 3.1.0.19 Not digitally signed Ethernet: 3Com 3c290 Integrated Fast Ethernet Controller Not sure it will fix the problem, bit this would be my first step and will cause no damage at all to the computer. Thank you for your help. I don't understand what's happening.

In Fedora (as root): Code: /sbin/ifconfig -a /sbin/route cat /etc/resolv.conf In (the non-working) Windows: Code: ipconfig /all route print Nov 19, 2005 #4 fah_metal TS Rookie Topic Starter Hey, Winsock I am able to connect to the internet using Fedora Core 4 so i know there is no problem with the computers hardware or my ISP. Thanks. Most users do not even see the partition and NTFS format automatically created Then Windows starts the setup (little or no user input) Dec 19, 2009 #12 (You must log