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Tcp/IP Registry

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Hi Guys-- About 5 weeks ago for some reason my Iexplorer wouldnt connect on my wireless network. I made a terrible mistake and tried to force a static ip in my registry--In short have have not been able to access web on machine since. I need to reset my xp registry to default tcp / ip settings--I have tried the netch command but it doesnt work--can any one advise??(Ps I have installed feresh ie version since )
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Well first we need some details on what you are set at now and about your network. Is this computer a client on the network? Are all your computers hooked to a router, and the router is connected to the modem? How many computers do you have? Click "Start", "run" type "cmd" without the quotes and hit ok. Type "ipconfig /all" without the quotes and copy and paste the results back here for me to read.

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