back to before this problem started if you're sure it isn't the cable or the router.
- The LED's on PC and router all as they should be?
- Is the new PC connected to the router (check the router management page from the other PC)?
- Does this PC work in your home network (accessing other PC's)?
- Any problems in Device Manager?
- What exactly does ipconfig say on this Windows 7 PC?
I have a fairly new dell desktop with Windows 7 that is connected directly to a wireless router. Two lap tops are wirelessly connected, and another desktop is directly connected to the wireless router. The last three connect to the internet throught this router without any problem. With the new desktop however I cannot access any webpage, either through IE9 or Firefox. It would appear that it is not the router but some setting on the new desktop. Two of the pcs run Windows 7, one runs Vista and one runs XP. I have ZoneAlarm running but IE9 is a "trusted program." I have the ZA firewall enabled at a medium level. I have disabled the Windows firewall. I also have Avast antivirus and SuperAntispyware. All of these programs have been running on my computer since the beginning and only lately have I had a problem. I can't identify any change that I made to the pc at the time the problem started. Any help appreciated. Bob Dore Operating System: Windows 7