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Default Network Setting in Win2k

Agurri

I am what I am
#1
Hi, I have just changed my home router from a Microsoft MN-500 to a D-Link DI-624. I have the main computer running WinXp that is working fine, but the other computer, which is running Win2k (connected via cable), is unable to access to the internet nor the network. Is there a way to reset network default settings on Win2k ? Or, if you guys have others suggestions, well, go :)

Agurri
 

ThePatriot

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Political User
#3
I have noticed that some systems, though mainly win 98, that when set up for dhcp they need a release/renew when a router is switched. Rebooting does not do the trick. I don't see it often, but I have seen it more than once.
 

Admiral Michael

Michaelsoft Systems CEO
#7
Didnt think so.

In a command prompt (Start>Run> cmd or command) do a
Code:
ipconfig/release
then
Code:
ipconfig/renew
and we can go from there.
 

Agurri

I am what I am
#8
OK, thanks alot guys, I don't think the computer is utilizing DHCP because I have not a single idea what it is. I'll try to release and renew the ip ... thanks alot :)

Edit: The release/renew code doenst work. In the command prompt, when I wrote the ipconfig/release, its written : error, no card on the TCP/IP is activated on DHCP

:(
 
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Agurri

I am what I am
#11
Guys, I have figured out how to make my internet works. In my connection proprieties, I only checked "Obtain IP automaticaly" for both Ip ... now its working :D

Canada rocks :p
 

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