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#1 david lamb

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Posted 31 January 2007 - 04:45 AM

Hello All,
I have a problem--Ei-System Laptop, working slooow, advised to save all necessary programs and wipe clean all others--that done - all ok..
I have a NETGEAR wireless sysyem for internet connection, the 2 discs load in ok, one for the router and one for the laptop,(laptop is not wireless), usb wireless stick used, this was working fine before, now though, when trying to configure the two, Windows sends a message-" Windows cannot configure because the ARP Cache is full"..
1) What is the ARP Cache.
2) How do I clear it.
Regards David

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#2 HitSquad


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Posted 31 January 2007 - 07:41 AM

Hi David, welcome to BC. :thumbsup:
See the two links below for what it is and how to manually clear it in XP.
According to the MS article, it should do it automatically, which would point to an ip address issue.

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Cache Functions

How do I clear the ARP Cache in Win XP?

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