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"This computer cannot connect to Primary DNS server"

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EDIT: ok i thought i fixed the problem, but i actually didn't

So the internet connection on my laptop has always been fine this past month. But in the last couple of days, I couldn't connect to the DSL connection. The internet on the other two computers in my house are working fine. It says I'm connected to local only, but not internet. And when I tried to diagnose the problem, it said "Windows confirmed that this computer cannot connect to Primary DNS Server." I don't have a router. I don't remember doing anything differently in the past couple of days. So please help me! :whistling:

Edited by cbg, 06 September 2007 - 08:38 PM.

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