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May 15, 2009 4:44:25 PM

Ok i have a problem getting on the internet. The computer is a hp desktop with an on board Ethernet controller. The computer detects the network but does not allow me to get on the internet. The network is fine because when i use another desktop it works perfectly fine. I checked all of the settings in the control panel and everything seems to be alright. So i figured maybe it was the onboard etherent controller, so i went and put a pci etherent controller into the computer. Everything installed fine and the same thing is still happening. A friend told me to check the BIOS settings and make sure the nic was enabled and it is. Any suggestions? What should i do?, Could it possibly be a problem with the ethernet controller on the motherboard AND the pci ports for the new Ethernet controller that i installed?

P.S, I'm trying to avoid from doing a complete reformat.

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May 18, 2009 6:53:36 AM

Well, there might be something wrong with your Ethernet connection settings. Which Windows are you using, if I may ask?
June 14, 2009 2:31:52 AM

windows xp home SP2
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June 14, 2009 8:33:12 AM

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September 5, 2010 2:44:35 AM

I am also wondering why i only two pc's can connect to my wireless modem router..we have two laptops A and B and one desktop..the desktop is cable from the wireless modem router(acts as a modem and router), the pc is connected and can browse also laptop A but the laptop B is connected but cannot browse to the internet, when i reset all including the modem router, laptop A and B is now connected and the desktop is connected but can't browse the internet, also, if laptop B and desktop is connected and cam broswse, laptop A can't.

devices: desktop - laptop A - laptop B

connected and can browse =========== can't browse but connected

DESKTOP and Laptop A =========== Laptop B
DESKTOP and Laptop B =========== Laptop A
Laptop A and Laptop B =========== DESKTOP

anyone who can advise me what is the best thing to do?

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