I just want a simple wired broadbad connection!


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spottbunny

Why is connecting to the internet with this OS so damn difficult!
I have 2 windows 7 pcs, 1 home the other pro, neither will connect
thought the XP machine I'm using to type this is working fine.
MY ROUTER IS WIRED. NO wireless advice please.
Can some one point out a program or a really good gide to set up a siple
broadband connection on a wired router with a ISP that doest require a
log in.
I'm desparate.
 
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Big Steel

On 8/17/2012 6:38 AM, spottbunny wrote:

<snipped>

Oops, you are not in 24hourssupport, but Usenet is dying a slow and
agonizing death. Usenet life-cycle and usefulness is coming to an end.
 
K

KCB

spottbunny said:
Why is connecting to the internet with this OS so damn difficult!
I have 2 windows 7 pcs, 1 home the other pro, neither will connect
thought the XP machine I'm using to type this is working fine.
MY ROUTER IS WIRED. NO wireless advice please.
Can some one point out a program or a really good gide to set up a siple
broadband connection on a wired router with a ISP that doest require a
log in.
I'm desparate.
If your network adapters are enabled, all you do is plug in the ethernet
cable, and it should work. You don't really need to do much configuring at
all. Have you checked Device Manager to see if your adapters are working?
 
S

Stan Brown

Why is connecting to the internet with this OS so damn difficult!
I have 2 windows 7 pcs, 1 home the other pro, neither will connect
thought the XP machine I'm using to type this is working fine.
MY ROUTER IS WIRED. NO wireless advice please.
Can some one point out a program or a really good gide to set up a siple
broadband connection on a wired router with a ISP that doest require a
log in.
I'm desparate.
We heard you the first time (and I answered). Desperate or not,
please don't post the same query twice in seven minutes or seven
hours.
 
S

spottbunny

We heard you the first time (and I answered). Desperate or not,
please don't post the same query twice in seven minutes or seven
hours.
I didn't mean to post it twice, that happens sometimes.
No need to get hot under the collar.
 
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J. P. Gilliver (John)

Big Steel said:
On 8/17/2012 6:38 AM, spottbunny wrote:

<snipped>

Oops, you are not in 24hourssupport, but Usenet is dying a slow and
agonizing death. Usenet life-cycle and usefulness is coming to an end.
Sorry, I don't quite understand the purpose of the above post.
 
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