RE: “unlimited or no connectivity”



Melvin Edward
07-10-2005, 02:52 AM
I found the net work card was bad, reinstalled in a different slot, as it
would't work in the old slot, and all worked well.

"Melvin Edward" wrote:

> I have a client that turned her computer on (Windows XP home SP2 installed)
> and wasn’t able to connect to her high speed cable network. The error was
> “unlimited or no connectivity”
> I verified the connection with my laptop and all worked ok. I installed Pest
> Patrol and found 10 spyware , removed them .I removed the Winsock and
> winsock2 in the registry, rebooted and reinstalled the tcp\ip, rebooted with
> no avail, I replace the network card, now help. I used a static configuration
> and a dhcp on the card. With the static configuration it would show a
> connection but I wasn’t able to ping anything.
> So I disabled the network connection and enabled it, and it connected. I can
> do that with a static or dhcp connection. But every time you reboot it's the
> same problem, only way to get the connection to work is disable the
> connection and enable it.
> Where should I look for or where ???
> Melvin Edward


RE: “unlimited or no connectivity”