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Anonymous
August 25, 2005 10:51:04 AM

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One of the computers on my home network (networked wirelessly) appears to
have lost its LAN connection. When I try to enable it I get a "limited or no
connectivity" message and I am still unable to connect to the Internet. When
I try to "repair", Windows fails to be able to renew my IP address for that
computer. In the "details" dialog box the "default gateway", "DNS server",
and "WINS server" are all blank. I am running XP home. This computer is on
the same network and appears to be working fine.

More about : limited connectivity

August 25, 2005 11:37:03 AM

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Could be corrupt TCP/IP stack , try the command " netsh winsock reset" (only
with SP2), restart the machine and test, failing that , try
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;811259

OR
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;299357


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"SJT" wrote:

> One of the computers on my home network (networked wirelessly) appears to
> have lost its LAN connection. When I try to enable it I get a "limited or no
> connectivity" message and I am still unable to connect to the Internet. When
> I try to "repair", Windows fails to be able to renew my IP address for that
> computer. In the "details" dialog box the "default gateway", "DNS server",
> and "WINS server" are all blank. I am running XP home. This computer is on
> the same network and appears to be working fine.
Anonymous
August 25, 2005 1:25:08 PM

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I think i might now the problem, your Netwprl wasn't configured right. You
must install your router and your PC cards for this to work. Windows,
doesn't help that good, if you try to repair the IP address

Hope this helps

"SJT" wrote:

> One of the computers on my home network (networked wirelessly) appears to
> have lost its LAN connection. When I try to enable it I get a "limited or no
> connectivity" message and I am still unable to connect to the Internet. When
> I try to "repair", Windows fails to be able to renew my IP address for that
> computer. In the "details" dialog box the "default gateway", "DNS server",
> and "WINS server" are all blank. I am running XP home. This computer is on
> the same network and appears to be working fine.
Anonymous
August 26, 2005 8:25:19 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

SJT Wrote:
> One of the computers on my home network (networked wirelessly) appears
> to
> have lost its LAN connection. When I try to enable it I get a "limited
> or no
> connectivity" message and I am still unable to connect to the Internet.
> When
> I try to "repair", Windows fails to be able to renew my IP address for
> that
> computer. In the "details" dialog box the "default gateway", "DNS
> server",
> and "WINS server" are all blank. I am running XP home. This computer
> is on
> the same network and appears to be working fine.

What kind of wireless router are you using? Try doing a firmware
upgrade for it. Also, sometimes there are other interferences that can
block the wireless signals. For example, cordless phones, microwave
oven and other hardwares that use the 2.4 frequency.


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