Did you enter your DNS servers manually because it doesn't look like your DNS is coming from the default gateway through the router. It usually works best to assign the DNS using the routers set up page.
I don't have the router installed now, but when it was installed i typed 192.168.1.1 in chrome and choosed static ip and entered the dns adresses there, the LAN card was set to obtain ip adress automaticly, and it did recieve 192.168.1.101 from the router but the internet was still not working.
Are you saying that the ipconfig /all shows the same IP address on both machines? If that is the case then DHCP isn't working right or the same static IP's have been assiged to both machines.
I am not running the two machines simulateously, i plug them in one at a time, for the notebook everything is ok, for the PC i get Unidentified Network, no internet access.
Sorry, I meant would you PULL one network card for testing purposes.
I cant do that, both cards are onboard, i did disable one at a time from bios though.
And did you say if you hardcoded the ip address on the pc?
I entered the ips manually if that's what hardcoded means
And... did your problems start after the Linksys router?
No, i bought the router because i will eventually need it and i thought it would possibly be a solution.
Also, what encryption are you using on the Linksys? Try turning it off for testing purposes (but return to WPA2-personal when solved).
I will try without the encryption as you said...
And... can you ping your router?
Will try that now