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Windows 7: No DHCP?

12 Sep 2014   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Hello, I'm having problems with my XP pc that I use plotting work on, My DSL company recently sent me a modem router combo and I hooked everything in correctly, the wireless works and also most computers can connect except one... my XP, it shows limited or w/e connectivity at the bottom right icon and im confused on what I need to do
Things I've done:

cmd ipconfig ip refresh /renew etc. I get a "cannot find DHCP server" and what not....

then I've tried the ipconfig /all and I see the 168.192 ip and it shows that its set to automatically find the DHCP so im stuck...

Ive power cycled the computer and modem and for some reason my XP is the only one not connecting to the internet... can someone help?

I read around on other forums and I've seen someone say it has to do with viruses that mess with the registrys? has anyone heard of this?

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14 Sep 2014   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Try to use my program, and Flush the DNS, then release and renew the IP

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14 Sep 2014   #3

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