Posted 26 May 2005 - 08:22 PM
You should start your own topic for the best help with your problem, but while you're here try this:
You need to know the IP address of something else on your network, preferably the internet gateway/router. Then do Start>Run and type cmd to open a command window.
At the prompt type ipconfig this will show you your own address and may show you a gateway address if one is used.
At the prompt type ping -l 1024 -w 10 <ip address> where obviously <ip address> is replaced by the gateway address you found above and "-l" is minus lower case L.
Examine the statistics from that long ping and let us know the results.
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