Connect but can not access the internet? HELP [Solved]
May 23, · Solved: Windows Xp Professional installed cannot connect to the internet. steeda May 6, This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. The original thread starter may use the Report button to request it be reopened but anyone else with a similar issue should start a New Thread. Sep 28, · So far I have restarted my computer twice, shut it down completely for approximately 8 hours, disconnected and reconnected to the internet, disabled and enabled internet (which has reset my IP address), and ran a virus scan with AVG Free which has shown no viruses or issues. Oct 29, · Re: Windows XP SP2 cannot connect to the Internet. Try setting the ethernet ip settings with a static ip and then see if you can ping the router (dont forget some router have ping replies turned off!) and also see if you can ping googles DNS server (this does reply, just tested to make sure).
Windows xp professional not connecting internet free
Nov 30, · 2. Right-click your Internet connection, click Properties, and then click the Networking tab. 3. Click the Internet Protocol adapter, and then click Properties. 4. Click Use the following DNS server addresses, and then type the correct IP address in the Preferred DNS Server box. 5. Click OK, and then click OK again. How do I get Windows XP to connect to the Internet? Windows XP Internet Connection Setup. Click the Start button. Click Control Panel. Click Network and Internet Connections. Click Network Connections. Double-click Local Area Connection. Click Properties. Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Click Properties. Oct 29, · Re: Windows XP SP2 cannot connect to the Internet. Try setting the ethernet ip settings with a static ip and then see if you can ping the router (dont forget some router have ping replies turned off!) and also see if you can ping googles DNS server (this does reply, just tested to make sure).
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I recently tried to Install Windows Service Pack 3 and there was a problem. Unsolicited bulk mail or bulk advertising. Thank you it worked perfectly. Any other suggestions? Since then I am not able to access the Internet. If the problem still exists for long time, you should replace your modem and router.
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