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No Network...Router working fine

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Okay I consider myself more computer savvy than your average Joe so getting stumped enough to finally ask for help really hurts... :whistling:

So here's the situation. Three computers. One hooked to my BelkinG by cable, the other two by wireless.
I had to reformat the desktop/hardwired one due to a "minor overtweaking of the registry" and now I cannot get anything to connect to it.

The laptop and other desktop see each other fine through the router...file sharing and all work fine.
I have created and recreated and recreated the home network in vain.

I am however getting internet through the router and the router setup page dealymabob sees all three computers just fine.

And something else I just tried that brought some interesting results. I pinged all three IPs showing on the router setup dealy, and I cannot ping myself, I cannot ping the laptop, but the other desktop I can ping fine...but still cannot connect to it.

I'm getting a maragarita....anybody else like one?
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