Unable to connect to the Internet via the router and Modem

I've recently updated my version of office xp to windows 7. I have a D-link router and a modem with an ISP, and they are all correct, the son. I tried to install the router, but it cannot detect an ethernet cable, even if everything is good. I shot all three offshore, the computer, the modem and router for 60 seconds, reset the router and tried to configure a connection through windows, but nothing seems to work. I have a laptop that can capture the wireless signal and connect to the internet through this. But it's the computer that cannot find the modem or router and does not connect to the internet, I am lost on what to do.

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If your laptop is connected through the router (wireless), then your router is
more or less OK.
 
Go to Control Panel/network connections.
If your PC has both wireless and LAN cards, turn off your PC wireless
network, here's how:
 
Right-click on the icon of your PC's wireless network connection. Select Disable. Wait
until the end of this process.
Then, right click on icon to connect to the LAN of your PC. Select Disable. Wait
until the end of this process.
Now right click on icon to connect to the LAN of your PC. Select Enable. Wait
until the end of this process.
 
Open a command window (cmd.exe). We will see if there is a LAN connection. On
the command line type:
 
Ping 67.195.160.76
 
then 'Enter '. What answer did you (paste here). If you receive the answer
pings, enter this next...
 
Ping www.yahoo.com
 
then 'Enter '. What answer did you (paste here). If you receive the answer
pings, open your browser and go to www.yahoo.com. What is going on?
 
Other things to check...
You have DHCP enabled in your router configuration (preferred answer: Yes)
Set the maximum number of DHCP users to 10 or more (you can reduce that
later if you prefer).
Is set to "obtain an IP address automatically" the IP address of your PC
(preference response: Yes, unless you know what you are doing) or is it
already a value in place.
 
"staz2020" wrote in message news: a707c004-e504-4f14-b1d4-2bc465c15eb3...
> I have recently updated my version of office xp to windows 7. I have a
> D-link router and have a modem with an ISP, and they are all correct, the
> son. I tried to install the router, but it cannot detect an ethernet
> cable, even if everything is good. I have disabled all three, the
> computer, modem router for 60 seconds, reset the router and tried
> establishing a connection through windows, but nothing seems to work.
> I have a laptop that can capture the wireless signal and connect to the
> internet through this. But it's the computer that cannot find the router or
> modem and does not connect to the internet, I am lost on what to do.
>
 
 

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