It asked me how I connect to the internet and I answered "LAN". And I was done.
HOWEVER installing Windows 2000 would mean you had to find 5 to 10 or more drivers. Tell me about the drivers you installed AFTER windows 2000.
My IBM Thinkpad (about 10 years old) died yesterday and forced me to reinstall.
Now I cannot get an internet connection. There never was a problem before and so I took no notice.
IBM Thinkpad T21
3Com 10/100 ethernet/modem multi device
Broadband connection from ISP
I know the internet connection works - another (newer) computer (running vista) just plugs in and connects (automatic IP address thingy).
I can see the connections details in vista: IP, gateway, DNS, DHCP, whatever.
My question: How do I configure my old w2000 computer? It's something to do with the tcp/ip setting(s) in Control Panel/Network/..., I think
Even a link to an article would be appreciated at this stage (2 days later). I've tried (almost) everything.