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Aug 22, 2012 #6 Guest I have the same proble.First reinstall was with ctrl/F11 and it worked fine. Turn off the PC and turn off the external modem or DSL router. Thank you very much Mr Pogle Helpful +14 Report RangerGord 1Posts Saturday February 21, 2009Registration date February 22, 2009 Last seen Feb 22, 2009 at 06:52 AM Had a problem with the computer says that there is no homegroup connected in my network whereas i just mad a homegroup with my other pc. http://agileweb.org/windows-xp/problem-starting-windows-xp.php

my computer just says unidentified network and defaults to public. Any relatively new router will support it, so unless you have a really old router, you should be ok. Open the main screen. Cargando...

Windows Xp Will Not Connect To Internet

Any ideas? cutesheep says: 6 years ago Hi. Follow these instructions to disable the Windows firewall.

The third was on the homegroup, but then decided to be stupid. The one that is wired connected no problem. If I saw any curios I just deleted the process and wright down the program name. Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet Ethernet It says it's connected but it refuses to receive packets.

I hadn't used my Dell laptop for a few months and recently when I tried to connect to my D-Link router (connected to cable modem) I could not get the internet. Windows Xp Connected But No Internet When I connect laptop with cable, it joined to home group and can browse / change (according to settings) data on other one. Please enter a valid email address. This can happen if the 'snap to' feature of the Microsoft Intelli Type software is enabled.Not sure if this applies to your mouse but here's what to do anyway because it

SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. Connecting Windows Xp To Internet Via Ethernet Another cure is to disconnect from the internet. Nothing happens when I click on "View or print the Homegroup password." If I attempt to change the password I always get the message "Windows cannot set up a Homegroup on I've tried your suggestions above but still can't see the desktop on the win7 laptop.

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Report jessan5- Apr 17, 2009 at 03:57 PM have u tried to access on safe mode? click here now The "join now" button is greyed out and does not work. Windows Xp Will Not Connect To Internet See your browser's documentation for specific instructions. {} Z7_3054ICK0KGTE30AQO5O3KA30U5 hp-support-head-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... Windows Xp Not Connecting To Internet Ethernet The first number in the IP address is 192 AND a router is not used: Go to Step 6: Troubleshooting Protocol Settings.

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There still may be a connection problem. Report Wee jocky 1Posts Tuesday May 4, 2010Registration date May 4, 2010 Last seen - May 4, 2010 at 12:27 PM I have the same problem, unable to connect to Internet Both computers can get online.When I first installed Win7 last year, the homegroup sharing worked fine.Thanks Ahmed says: 5 years ago My homegroup is perfectly working but it stops working for check over here What is odd is that the wireless connected laptop is on network "RexCity" and the desktop is on "Network 2," but they have the same Ipconfig 192.168.1.x.

If the PC is still are unable to connect, continue using these instructions. Windows Vista Cannot Connect To Internet Via Wireless Try connecting to the Internet again. If there is, clean them off by gently scraping off the stripe with a pocket knife.

BigManJediKnight says: 7 years ago I have tried all that i could to get my home group to work and it won't.

SkyRookie says: 6 years ago I'm trying to get Homegroups to work… I do not get the "Join" button on the second computer. So I have my own IPv6 network. The trouble is, the other PCs seem to see that I have a HomeGroup but the password I enter is always "incorrect". Windows Vista Computer Won't Connect To Internet You can check if your computers are on the same network by going to the command prompt and typing in IPCONFIG.

However, I found out that my router does not support ipv6. I finally got it to detect my modem but it still had the yellow exclamation point on the network adapter. Thanks. ^^ wjod says: 6 years ago I have a laptop and a desktop both connected wirelessly via a Thomson TG782T modem/router. this content Remove the device from Device Manager and reinstall the software by restarting the computer.

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Byomamder5 Aug 21, 2012 Post New Reply I read another topic where he had a similar problem, not being able to create an internet connection in Windows XP, but his problem it still says password is incorrect. Click OK to close the TCP/IP Settings window, and then click OK to close the Local Area Connection Properties window. by lenbar_2001 / October 9, 2005 7:32 PM PDT In reply to: My mose does is out of control also HELP!!

Follow any instructions that appear during the process and provide any software that Windows cannot find. Then I searched for that file on disk and just deleted it. How do I get it to see it as a Home Network? In Windows XP, click the Hardware tab, and then the Device Manager button.

PC connected directly.. A new popup window will appear.In the connection Properties window, click the Advanced tab. If you tried all of this and still can’t connect to a HomeGroup, post a comment and I will see if I can help. See if you're able to connect.

DESKTOP HAS CONNECTION!!!!!!! Continue these instructions.