Adding new network

  Legitimate 05:34 02 May 06
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I just added a new network card, it's an AOpen brand, the computer notices the connection, and it has been installed.

I am adding this network connection so that I can play on my game console and allow other family members to surf the interent while I play on it, lol.

I right now am having a limited or no connectivity problem, and clicking repair does not solve it, it won't get past renewing IP address.

It once said connected, but when I went to go play on my game console and tryed to sign online it had a DNS problem.

I just really need some help with this and it would be greatly appreciated!

  AndySD 06:56 02 May 06

Nope it should be fine. Go back to the bios and make sure SATA is enabled and then enable Reset Configeration Data.

Now go to Add/Remove Programs are the raid/sata drivers there?

  AndySD 07:02 02 May 06

Sorry wrong answer it was meant for aanother posting.


As for your problem can you tell us your Operating system.

Also can you go Start then Run type in cmd then click OK, in the command prompt box type in

ipconfig /all

and hit enter.

What are the IP addresses and Subnet masks and the Default Gateway?

Also does te network card connect to the internet modem/router?

  mgmcc 07:21 02 May 06

Duplicate post in Networking forum - click here

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