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Can't Connect w/ New PC...

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by KrzyPrk, Nov 1, 2007.

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  1. KrzyPrk

    KrzyPrk Thread Starter

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    This is something new that I've encountered.
    Ok, there are 3 different PCs (Verizon ISP). All with Windows XP.
    PC a: Dell Desktop
    PC b: Dell Notebook
    PC c: HP Desktop

    All are freshly formatted with different computer IDs. PC c (HP) cannot seem to connect to the internet (Page cannot be displayed).
    Although, it can ping.


    I've taken that PC c (HP) to different places and it connects with no issues.

    Nothing has been configured. All are set to default settings.
    Can someone help?
     
  2. bkdc

    bkdc

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    How are you trying to connect ?????

    Cable or DSL ?? Wireless network ???


    "I've taken that PC c (HP) to different places and it connects with no issues."
    Where & how did you test this one??

    If you can be a little more specific it may help resolve your problem.
     
  3. KrzyPrk

    KrzyPrk Thread Starter

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    Via router
    Cable - hardwired
    Tested thru my home and friend's place (cable)
     
  4. KrzyPrk

    KrzyPrk Thread Starter

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    Can you help now??? or anyone?
     
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