your problem now is that you can connect to the Network, but your browsers do not work ? Is that report on ipconfig /all on your laptop done in this condition ?
I've been trying to solve this problem my self the whole day. I've tried so many things!!! Frustrating! Thought I could do it, but now I given up. I'm not a very tech-savy dude when it comes to network settings and so on.
I just left home for two months. And I need my laptop to connect to the internet for me to work.
At my destination they have a Wireless network I'm currently trying to connect to. The ruter is a D-link.
I have ASUS F5R Series notebook.
And I run Windows XP.
I've done a "ipconfig /all" on both my laptop (the one with the problem) and on the father in the house's laptop (working correctly, the one I'm using now).
HERE's the "ipconfig /all" info from his PC:
NB: Bear in mind this PC has a norwegian operating system, so some info is in norwegian, but if you know what your doing, you probably understand what's what. Please do...
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Microsoft Windows [Versjon 6.0.6002]
Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. Med enerett.
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