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What has Happen to my lan card which doesn't work after installing irnesh?

Posted By : Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 5, 2004

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I've recently just had this problem with the internet on my desktop computer. I am hooked up to the internet though a Hub Connected to a Cable modem. I beleive it happened right after SOMEONE installed Imesh into my computer. Well, after that point I couldn't get on the internet through Internet Explorer. I use the windows browser to surf the net for about a day and then that ceased working also. I've uninstalled, reinstalled my network/network card. I've uninstalled the program along with any other spyware I could find. I've checked, double checked, and triple checked my network configurations so many times and they seem correct. One thing is that I've even restored the computer to a previous date and that didn't make a difference. One thing I've noticed is that my LAN is suppose to have a 192.168 Ip address but I'm getting a 169. Ip. I think that is for a error in my network connection, but I've tried the CAT wire and replaced it, and checked the Network integrated card itself. Another thing is that I could still connect to other computers on the network through my network places. I've also went into IPconfig / release --> /renew (from other forums on this site) and that didn't do anything. I'm reaching the end of my rope here. Can someone please tell me what's wrong? I've done so much to it and nothing works. I still get 169 ip. WHAT'S GOING ON? WHAT DID I DO TO DESERVE THIS?

This question was answered on February 5, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Probably What happen is that by installing some other hardware it damage your connection into browsing through the internet So by you getting back to your browsing in the internet you must take your computer to an IT department where they can fixed your computer or delete the irnesh hardware to replace your ip configuration again.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 5, 2004

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