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No internet connection?

Okay, so right after doing a fresh install of Windows XP and everything working fine... the internet won't work, there's no LAN connection showing up, I've never used Windows XP before, only Windows Vista and on Vista it usually sets up the connection for you...

Anyone know what I should do to get the internet to work?

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Re: connection

What exactly do you mean with "LAN connection" and "Internet connection"?
How exactly do you mean "showing up"?
Broadband or dial-up?
Did you install all XP drivers from, say, the drivers and utility disk that came with this laptop?

Kees

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Create a new network . . .

Start, All Programs, Accessories, Communications, Network Setup Wizard. I'm assuming you have an Ethernet device and the proper drivers. Again, assuming, you installed the LAN device, either on board the motherboard or a PCI device.

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for internet connection....

Hi this sulthan.... i have some idea's..
first of all... u have to check with lan cable... lan cable is working or not... after that u should give automatic ip mode and ping ur broad band ip address... after then pc should restart must.. and u check it and reply more....

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