So for the last week I can't get an internet connection on my Toshiba laptop which runs with Window xp.
I have a BTHomeHub wireless connection which I used for both my pc and laptop. The connection itself seems fine (hence can use the pc) but laptop will not play ball.
I have looked on the Connectivity Doctor provided with the laptop and I have got the following message:
"IP address was not set properly.(c-19)"
It then says the possible solutions for this are:
"Check with network provider to make sure DHCP is working properly.(a-24)
Check communication device for Bridged settings as you may need to disable the Bridge or reconfigure.(a-15)
Make sure that the MAC address filtering of the Access Point is set properly.(a-37)
Restart the Access Point or Router.(a-19)"
Lovely. Now what does that mean in English?
Thanks in advance. I'd be really grateful for any advice at all.