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Virick214

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i am connected to the wireless router but im not getting the internet.

not recieving packets....
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Hi. When did this start? Have you made any changes to the system recently? Are other computers able to connect alright?
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it started about 3 days ago, one computer is connected through the wireless router by ethernet, and this notebook is connected with a notebook wireless card.

Two computers cannot connect both using wireless cards.
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Have you made any changes to your system recently?
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not that i know of, my dad may have made some changes though.
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could you go to the command prompt and run ipconfig/all and post the results.

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ipconfig results:

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name: pc
Primary DNS Suffix:
Node Type:Unknown
Ip Routing Enabled: No
WINS Proxy Enables: No

Ethernet Adapter Wireless Network Connection 2

Configuration DNS Suffix:
Description: Linksys Wireless-G PCI Adapter
Dhcp Enabled: Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled: Yes
Autoconfiguration IP Address: 169.254.74.43
Sybnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
Default Gateway:
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What you want to do, is go to Start > Control Panel > Network connections

Right click on your connection and click repair.

Then repost the ipconfig/all results back.

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The repair fails at renewing the ip address, i've tried that...
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You need to log into the router to see if it set up to give out IP addresses.

You may have to statically assign your computer an address for it to work. Just pick an IP on your network and use that, then you should be able to log into the router.
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