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yusduks
I have a problem with my wireless internet connection on my laptop. It was working fine untill recently when I decided to REPAIRED my windows Xp. I do still connect to the wireless and it receives well. Also I can ping to the server. But when I open the explorer to browse, the page is never found. ie it displays page cannot be found...

I went to internet settings do the necessary settings but still same problem persist. I tried to install other browsers like firefox, seamonkey.. still same...

Please if anyone can help me u may write to my email: yusduks@hotmail.com
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    david.wallis

    go to the properies of your network connection, and point the DNS (in tcpip properties) to your router (probably 192.168.0.1 .. 1.1 or 2.1)

    should work fine now

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    tintoman

    Connect to your router by ethernet cable
    Click start > run
    type cmd > enter
    Type ipconfig > enter
    Get the IP address of the default gateway.
    open internet explorer
    type the IP of the router in the addrees bar.
    Type the user name a nd password for the router (if any)
    Check the wireless security settings,
    make a note of the security encryption key.
    close internet explorer.
    search for wireless networks
    connect to the one you want
    type the encrytion key carefully.

    open IE again
    select connections tab
    select "never dial a connection"

    open my network places
    Select view network connections
    right click wireless lan connection
    select properties
    select TCP/IP > properties
    Select automatically obtain IP address
    and
    Automatically obtain DNS address
    ok and close

    If you are not on the internet now I'll eat my hat and a pair of socks

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    Tearat

    To install the xp wireless up date
    You can download it from here

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917021

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    DNS

    david.wallis

    go to the properies of your network connection, and point the DNS (in tcpip properties) to your router (probably 192.168.0.1 .. 1.1 or 2.1)

    should work fine now

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    tintoman

    Connect to your router by ethernet cable
    Click start > run
    type cmd > enter
    Type ipconfig > enter
    Get the IP address of the default gateway.
    open internet explorer
    type the IP of the router in the addrees bar.
    Type the user name a nd password for the router (if any)
    Check the wireless security settings,
    make a note of the security encryption key.
    close internet explorer.
    search for wireless networks
    connect to the one you want
    type the encrytion key carefully.

    open IE again
    select connections tab
    select "never dial a connection"

    open my network places
    Select view network connections
    right click wireless lan connection
    select properties
    select TCP/IP > properties
    Select automatically obtain IP address
    and
    Automatically obtain DNS address
    ok and close

    If you are not on the internet now I'll eat my hat and a pair of socks

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    Tearat

    To install the xp wireless up date
    You can download it from here

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917021