Posted 12 December 2006 - 10:22 AM
It's likely that the is a problem with your Network Interface Card (NIC). There are a couple of things to try:
1) Uninstall the NIC drivers and then install the latest available version from the manufacturer's web site
2) Uninstall the card in Device Manager, then reboot and let Windows re-detect the card and install it automatically.
After this is done, then delete your Local Area connection and use the Network connection Wizard and the Network Setup Wizard.
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