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jayteee

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The IP address lease ***.***.*.* for the Network Card with network address 0060B3379D85 has been denied by the DHCP server ***.***.*.* (The DHCP Server sent a DHCPNACK message).

Well i was looking in my event viewer and came accros this error message, i d/c from the internet VERY frequently; anywhere from 10-50 times a day and was just wondering if this error could be at the root of it? Even if this error isn't my problem for d/cing could someone please tell me how to correct this issue please.
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peterm

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Hi Jaytee
Sorry but you are not making much sense.

anywhere from 10-50 times a day and was just wondering if this error could be at the root of it

The root of what ?
You have not stated what problems you are having excpect for an error message.
Click on start type cmd and press enter.
When you get the command prompt type in ipconfig /release and press enter (note the space before /)
then type in ipconfig /renew and press enter. (note the space before /)
Is this a stand alone computer or are you on a network with a server?
Is this a laptop

has been denied by the DHCP server ***.***.*.*

What is the address of the dhcp server ?
Cheers
Peterm

Edited by peterm, 25 April 2008 - 01:31 AM.

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