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I have a D-Link Wireless Router DI-624 and a D-Link PCI Adapter (they are compatible) and they were running perfectly a couple of days ago. I had to disconnect the router and unplug everything and I just tried reconnecting it but no matter how I connect the ethernet wires, I only get network connection and no internet. I had two computers networked before. One was somehow connected to the router and the other is wireless. I found a diagram on how to set it up and I tried that method and virtually every possible connection with my two ethernet wires. I seem to only be able to connect to the internet on the computer directly connected to the modem and I would really appreciate some help. On the wireless, I have a Realtek Family Fast Ethernet card and it says "Local Area Connection unplugged" and I don't remember if it was connected to something before.
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can you ping a public IP like if yes, can you ping yahoo.com?

this step by step troubleshooting may help,

how to troubleshoot internet access issuesHow to Setup Network, Internet Sharing, Remote Access and VPN Step by Step Guide ... New: Troubleshooting Windows Server 2003 SP1 Issues, Cisco How to ...
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