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I cannot get any IP information what-so-ever. I cannot ping the IP to the hard drive ( Also when I try the commmand "IPCONFIG," I get nothing but a statement telling me to contact Microsoft. Could my driver for my modem be corrupted or missing? Here's the hint, when I try to PING anything I get back a "driver missing" error. Thanks for any help.

Edited by bit_4_bytes, 03 January 2008 - 10:03 AM.

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Ok, first lets get the ipconfig error message straightened out. What I would like you to do is to go the Start Menu and then find "Run". In the Run box type "cmd". In the new command prompt window, type "ipconfig". Is this where you get the error? If so, what is the exact error. Error messages are very important in troubleshooting problems, so please be as accurate as you can. If you do not get an error, please post what you do get.
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