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ok heres the skinny, my computer downstairs runs off of a wireless internet. the router is 2 floors up so the signal isnt all that great but its still there. yesterday the internet stopped functioning compleatly. msn tells me that the dns and the key ports are to blame when i try to fix it.

I dont have internet on the computer in question but the actuall wireless says that everything is ok. so i dont think i have a problem with the internet. im pretty sure its a problem with the dns. Ive tried a bunch of things to fix it but no avail. I think im screwed. but im ready for any help i can get from you guys

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Windows xp media\
250 gig hd
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uninstall your drivers in the device manager


GO START CONTROL PANEL SYSTEM OPEN HARDWARE TAB DEVICE MANAGER NETWORK ADAPTERS RIGHT CLICK UNINSTALL COMPUTER RE INSTALL THEM THEN RIGHT CLICK AGAIN UPDATE
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yup just tried it, but still have the exact same problem
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how about unplugging your battery and press power button for 30 seconds to minute

it removes the static that interferes
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removing what battery? im not on a laptop.
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There goes that Idea.

Edited by phybyr0ptyk, 01 September 2006 - 08:05 PM.

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