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Superman

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for the past few days i have been getting this message in the start bar .....

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Even if i click on the repair tab after some time the computer seems to hang up!!!! :(
 
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Probably DHCP issues. Anyways the best thing to do is to manually assign an IP address.
 
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assign a static IP address to LAN card or try restarting ur router and disabling/enabling lan card
 
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all this started when i tried assining myself wid a static ip for port forwarding when i was using the net in PPPoE mode..it all went well but when da next day i started my comp da net wouldnt start dude to which i had to reset my modem/router to its default settings ...and since then i have been recieving this message though im usiing da net in Bridge mode and use DynDNS for using it while playing online games :D
 
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if u use bridge mode or u use static IP address for port forwarding..in both cases its necessary to disable DHCP server in the router..have u done that?
 


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QUOTE(cyberwiz @ Mar 28 2007, 02:02 PM) [snapback]85141[/snapback]
if u use bridge mode or u use static IP address for port forwarding..in both cases its necessary to disable DHCP server in the router..have u done that?[/b]


don remember exactly though i followed each and every step mentioned in setting up a static ip given here...
 
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^ use the following at command prompt and pls post the result from its output file (c:\ip.txt) ipconfig >ip.txt
 

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