I'm not sure which configuration you refer to, do you mean having the computers automatically obtain an IP address from the gateway router?
To do that: network control panel, "change adapter settings," right click on the adapter, choose properties, highlight Internet Protocol Version 4, click properties button, and select the buttons that say Obtain an IP address (and DNS server) automatically.
When you make a wireless connection by selecting it in the system tray with the wireless icon, once you choose a wireless network, Windows will do everything once you enter the security passkey.
nice to meet you
thank you realbeast, you are a real friend!!!!!
wow, your smarter than all the other computer people:
NO ONE has known how to do this!!
what do you mean by "adapter"?
if you are referring to the driver that is associated with the internet?...
then i know what you mean.
after you install the driver, only after, it then "shows" up in the control panel, where it was not before.
" Internet Protocol Version 4"
i have never heard of this. do you get to this in the network connections?
this is the closest thing that i could find, other than the part where it says select your network name and scan for networks etc, was
"this connection allows you to connect to the internet through a shared connection on another computer"
what the heck? [advanced settings]
it says its running processes (service) with skype. but i dont have skype. what's going on here?
"skype TCP at (my port address number)"
when you do this as you say, which i can't understand or do, do you do this WITHOUT your drivers, or WITH your drivers installed?
thank you kind sir.
i hope i can figure out how to "let windows configure your network setting"?
because NO ONE, and i mean, NO ONE, has been ABLE to figure out how to do this.
until now! EXCEPT for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
how do you do this again? (" Internet Protocol Version 4"
i have never heard of this. do you get there: WITHOUT your drivers, or WITH your drivers installed?)