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kenventimiglia

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Was wondering if anyone has come across this:

I have a main PC that is directly connected to a cable modem. I have have a pc connected via wireless. Just recently the main PC was connecting at minimal to 0 connectivity. I noticed that I had 3 LAN connections installed in my Network Settings. I disabled one of them and it worked like a champ. I went to the other computer though, and it comes up with page cannot be displayed although the singal strength for the wireless card is at 100%. I talked to a friend of mine who also had a setup like this and she stated that whenever she connected it would kick off anyone else who was running at the time. Can this be right?

thanks for any help provided.
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post the result of ipconfig /all here may help. also this step by step troubleshooting may help, http://www.howtonetw...rnetaccess0.htm
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main pc 192.168.1.3
wireless 192.168.1.4

did you need the dns as well?
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