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Ics Says Connected But No Internet And Broken Clock

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#1 Turaiel


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Posted 29 August 2007 - 02:39 PM

I have a Windows 98 computer, which I will refer to as titanium and an XP laptop, which I will refer to as lithium. I have set up Titanium to be an ICS client over a wireless network, where Lithium is a server. I ran the Home/Office Network wizard on both and now Titanium has an icon in the taskbar named Internet Gateway. When I connect to my dial-up ISP on Lithium, this icon is labeled "Internet Gateway: Connected" but when I open IE or Dorgem (Webcam software) they say there is no active internet connection. My IP for titanium is with a default gateway of, and for Lithium, my IP is My router is
Also, every few restarts, titanium loses all IP and ICS data except default gateway.

My other problem is that every day when I turn titanium on, the clock resets to 12:00 AM but the date stays correct.

Any help? :thumbsup:

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 29 August 2007 - 04:59 PM

"My other problem is that every day when I turn titanium on, the clock resets to 12:00 AM but the date stays correct."

Still could be a dying motherboard battery. Your names are cute but it just adds to confusion
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