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Teamspeak screwed up my network


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Andybikecrazy

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I have 3 computer wired network with a netgear router. All 3 computers have XP home(2 have sp2 3rd has SP2)

My network was working fine prior to my installation of teamspeak. After I installed the server and client on my pc, and the client on the pc with sp1, my computer no longer recognized the computer that has sp1. It says the network is connected, but I cannot ping the computer with sp1 from either of the other computers. I ran the network set up wizard on all the computers and still I cannot ping or share files. however I still have connectivity with my other pc that I did not install teamspeak on.
I uninstalled teamspeak and even ran system restore on both computers that I installed teamspeak on. But it still doesn't work. A friend said teamspeak didn't cause it, but It was working fine until I installed it, and I did nothing else to any of the computers on the network. So it seems to me that it has to have cause it. I really need to get my network up and running and I would appreciate some help. :tazz:
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on the two offending machines do start > run > ipconfig /all and post the results
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problem solved... somehow my NIC came out of its slot....
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that does tend to make networking difficult
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