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Okay, thanks for the details.

The only thing that strikes me straight away is a DNS entry in your PC that doesn't work.
I also note that you have set the IP manually have you tried using DHCP, letting the system configure the IP details for you? (your working PC is set to DHCP and works...)

I'm sorry for the brevity of my response but I'm just leaving to go away for a few days!

Hope that helps.

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I see the DNS entries in the problem PC to be differnt from the working PC. Can you try changing the primary DNS in the problem PC to as that of the working one?

just a try...

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