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post #11 of 15
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Okay, it seems to function as its supposed to on my laptop - which is VERY depressing. So how do I go about finding what on my main computer is causing the problem? Its gotta be software, lan card, mobo I think.

Here is a screenie of my connections - notice the connection speeds - now loot at my other pics in my other posts and tell me what you see.

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I just reinstalled XP :sadface:
and apparantly the problem was within vista somewhere. As I said before Vista was a clean install but something was broken, after XP (again ugh), everything is working perfectly.

Wish I had the patience and know how to troubleshoot it so other people wouldnt have to go through this
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I'm useing Vista myself and did have some problems obtaining a working wireless driver. I can pretty much guarantee that certain older hardware drivers wont be available out-of-the-box so the speak.

You don't have any router or home network setup? You just plug whatever computer you're trying to use with the internet directly into the modem? I have a feeling that the driver's you've been trying to use for your networking devices aren't working properly.
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I had everything set up and running perfectly for a couple of months. This problem just surfaced about a week ago, and I wrote it off to a crappy ISP. I had everything I needed, something must have gotten effed up in the registry maybe.

For the record, I still love vista.
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i still think you should manually set your ip configuration, cause it sounds like an ip conflict, does your modem/router has a menu? look for the dns value and ip routing tables to find out.
Or in xp: Start-> run-> type cmd ->when in the console type ipconfig, and hit enter, write down these values (also default gateway) and input them in Vista only change the last value of your ip (for example when ip adress is ***.***.***.136 on your laptop, change that to ***.***.***.137 in vista)
i'm not very experienced with this, and there are some networking pro's around on OCN so i believe your problem will not exist for long so pro's, any suggestions are welcome....and correct me if i'm wrong
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