Click Install. Click Protocol, and then click Add.
Click Have Disk. Click Start, and then click Search. In the Search Companion pane, click More advanced options.
In the All or part of the file name box, type nettcpip. In the results pane, right-click Nettcpip.
Bug: IP Addresses Do Not Save and Always Reset to DHCP
Restart the computer. I followed your advice on a dell demension running xp home. Non of this works, I'm wondering if windows is missing files or if a program is blockingit. Just got the computer back from repair and all appears as it was??? Any ideas??? ALL help would be gratefully accepted. If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
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It was one trick I used in windows 98 and seemed to work a few times in XP 0 Votes. If re-installing the drivers fail to work. Must have screwed it up somewhere along the line. Closed it and rebooted.
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Can all of this change from just restarting your computer? Because literally, that is all I did.
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I did it, and restarted. Here is the ipconfig all. Did exactly what you said, and it still is not working :[ Do you have any other ideas of what could be wrong? There is a total of 10 computers on the router. None of them are having this problem. Not sure how, why or if that particular issue is also producing your blue screens, but we have seen some issues with Gigabit Ethernet NICs, having some problems maintaining consistent connections with certain routers when the speed and duplex of the card is left at "Auto Negotiate".
See if that resolves the disconnect issue. If it does fine. IP Address.
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I appreciate all of your help, I really do, if you have any other ideas come up. Please Please Please let me know. Don't assume that the mps will work nor that it will always provide the best bandwidth. So what do you suggest I do? Get a new network card?
http://test.galenachamber.com/wealth-building-strategies-of-the-super.php I would try to verify the Driver Verse installed and then look for a more current one. You do mean driver version right? I'm not sure if verse is something else, I'm not trying to be sarcastic I downloaded the most current driver and I am going to go install it and see if that works, i don't see how it would if 2 wireless cards and the lan don't work, but ill try anything at this point. Just got done installing the new driver for the ethernet card and I am getting the same problem.
I am about to throw this machine through a window. I tried going into my firewall settings to see if a port is closed or something and it is saying; Windows Firewall settings cannot be displayed because the associated service is not running. I press yes and it does nothing, I press no and it does nothing. Which version of Windows are you using and specifically which Firewall? If so, what was installed or change just before you suffered the symptom? You must log in or register to reply here. Latest posts.
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