HTTP, HTTPS, FTP diagnostic error 12007

I recently got a home network (router = TP-Link) and now I am unable to connect to internet with my XP using an Edimax LAN cardbus laptop wirelessly.  The office in which the router is connected is authorized to access the web as another laptop running 7.  Can anyone help?

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Hello

1. are you able to open the Web page of the router?
2. have you made changes on the computer recently?
3. what version of Internet Explorer is installed on your computer?

Method 1.
a. Click Start and in the run box, type cmd and press to enter.
b. Type netsh winsock reset catalog , and press ENTER.
c. Type netsh int ip reset reset.log and press ENTER.
d. restart the computer and check.

Method 2.
a. open Add or remove programs.
b. open Windows Components.
c. open management and monitoring tools.
d. Select all.
e. open Network Services.
f. Select all.
g. close together.
h. run the connection wizard again.
i. restart the computer.

I hope this helps.

Thank you, and in what concerns:
Shekhar S - Microsoft technical support.

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