I just installed a new router and now my desktop running Windows XP computer does not connect to the internet.


I just installed a new router and now my desktop running xp computer does not connect to the internet. I know that it is not the router because I plugged the cable into my laptop running 7 and it works fine. When I try to dhcp I get 169..., when I put manually the IP just get no access to the internet and can not ping to the router address. I tried to run the net work Assistant, emptied my dns, disabled all firewals, still nothing.
Any suggestions?
original title: connectivity Limeted

The zero configuration utility works very well. But it is a desktop computer and on cable. All other wired and wireless PC in the office is working well, then it's definitely this PC. He came out of nowhere, I install a network printer on the PC but that's all.

Your messages are a bit terse, but if I understand correctly

  • You have a router connected to the Internet and multiple computers connected to the router, some Ethernet cable and others by wireless.
  • All but one of these computers can reach successfully from the Internet via the router.
  • A computer that can't browse the Internet is connected to the router via an Ethernet cable.
  • You disconnected the cable between the router and the desktop problem and connected it to a Windows 7 laptop and the laptop connected to the Internet via the router.
  • You haven't seen any error message (except, perhaps, a message on "Limited or no connectivity").
  • You have installed Windows XP Service Pack 3 (or at least Service Pack 2)

Assuming that all the foregoing is an accurate summary of the situation, I suggest that you do the following:

Open a command prompt window (start > run > cmd > OK)
Type the following lines and press ENTER after each line

Netsh reset winsock catalog
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

Close the command prompt window and restart the computer.

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