Internet Freezes..........

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WhoaThis

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ok i have 3 computers on my cable network through my linksys router. Two of the computer works fine but one of them has a problem with it. Whenever i do anything related to the internet the whole computer freezes and stays frozen until i reset the computer. Every other program/file works fine exept the internet. What could be causing this?
 
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Is the ISP/internet program compatible with the OS on the third computer? just a guess, what do you think, BrianF?
 

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All of the computers are running on windows 2000 professional. Any other ideas?
 
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There might be something wrong with your IP addressing on the last computer. there is an artificial address you can give to your computer. for win 2000, the dummy address is:

This is in control panel
dbl click network/dial up connex
click local area connex
on general tab, click internet protocol
click configure

enter this:
IP ADDRESS: 10.255.255.10
SUBNET MASK:255.255.255.0

restart. hopefully this will help?
 

WhoaThis

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the default for linksys routers are 192.169.1.-..... all my other computer are running that number with a dif. end number...
 
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make a what? i've never even heard of that crap. what's a cstrike? how do you make one, i'd love to know in case i ever run into a problem like that. what a gone in 60 seconds reply!

have fun in the auto-theft capital of the world.
 

WhoaThis

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that is my friend who wants me to open a counter-strike(video game) server but i cannot until i gett he problem fixed
 
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