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one computer won't connect to the network

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I have 3 computers that connect to the internet wirelessly through a router. And one that is hard wired. All computers will connect to the internet, but one will not connect to the local network. One weird thing that happend was that I was able to be in a call on netmeeting with another computer that IS on the network. But I couldn't chat or anything with that computer. It said something about the domain being wrong. Any help would be great. thanks.

NEVER MIND I FIXED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Edited by joehearwell, 03 December 2007 - 02:24 PM.

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