"cvan" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hello everyone.
> I just got my new pc for 2 days, and I cannot connect to the internet
> using my router, but it can get on the net if it is connected directly
> to the modem.
> I know there's nothing wrong with the connection and router because my
> old pc (5 yrs old window XP) and laptop both use the same router and
> have no problem at all. While the old one is connecting to the web, the
> new one doesn't have any connection (IE, Messenger, window help...).
> I have been seaching the web and checking my internet setting, nothing
> seems to be wrong and different from my other pc. Does anyone have any
> idea what is the problem here? :cry:
> Thank you.
First of all, visit this page:
Your router, especially if it is an older model, may not support some of
Vista's networking capabilities. There is a link on that page to download
and run a utility that will test your router to see if it is compatible with
If running the tool points to your router as being the problem, then it's
time for a new one.
Do all of your computers get their LAN IP addresses from the DHCP server on
the router? Are they all set up to obtain their IP addresses automatically?
Jane, not plain
64 bit enabled :-)
Batteries not included. Braincell on vacation ;-)
MVP - Windows Desktop Experience