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I hope it's ok to post this - I wasn't sure where to post it exactly but here goes. guess who's face that is on my desktop wallpaper? At the new command prompt enter the following text: ipconfig /renew_all Close the Command window by entering the following at the new command prompt: exit Try connecting to the Internet again. Well, every time I opened IE, it wanted to connect via the 56k dial-up connection. my review here

other options include the color bit depth setting (32-bit color takes more bandwidth than 8-bit color), and whether or not to show the thin yellow line up at the top of therefore i have to use vnc or pcanywhere. wonder if there's something to do with linksys router. But it still comes without a single page of printed instructions.Fortunately, the new edition of Windows XP Home Edition: The Missing Manual fills the void.

can someone check on what i have viewed using the 2000 pc. In Windows XP, click the Hardware tab, and then the Device Manager button. Some firewall software applications are: McAfee Personal Firewall Norton Personal Firewall ZoneAlarm Freedom Firewall The firewall native to Windows XP If the PC can connect after disabling your firewall software, refer

this method would work from any computer, even if your forgot to bring your client with you on a disk. - by ramen or varalse? In Windows 98 and Me, right-click My Computer, and select Properties. Similar Threads - Home Getting Kicked I keep getting an unresponsive script on Youtube's home page Holly3278, Apr 11, 2016, in forum: Web & Email Replies: 1 Views: 331 Holly3278 Apr Mason December 24, 2007 9:54 AM When i turn my computer on it loads a lot of differnt stuff like MSN, Iturnes, I.M.

Ask the community! the concept of remote desktop the idea behind using remote desktop is simple: wherever you are, if you have internet access, you can work as if you were sitting at your Its a very cheap way to setup a network. click ok to finalize the changes.

Ask Leo! a window will pop up (figure 2) prompting you for an address. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Click on the Mail tab at the top, select the mail account you are using, click Properties.

netmeeting supports a remote desktop server and client that work just fine. I ended up getting the Comcast modem, paying them a monthly fee of 7 dollars (of course) and have had no issues since. 03-06-2015, 08:04 AM #10 dcaryll Registered New router/modem, Comcast intermittent speed, kicking me off network This is a discussion on New router/modem, Comcast intermittent speed, kicking me off network within the Modems/Cable/DSL/Satellite forums, part of the Tech Ask Leo! - How do I connect to the internet while traveling abroad? 14 Comments Ivan Tadej July 4, 2006 9:01 AM Well, and as an addition to setting the system

regardless how you switch desktops on the host (through vnc or locally (with keyboard) desktops are always synchronized. this page All went well. Check Device Manager again for the presence of the Networks adapters category. If proxy software is being used, disable it and try connecting to the Internet again.

Having it automatically dial a connection can get in the way, though. there aren't any reserved ports in this range that i'm aware of, so you should be able to add quite a few computers without a problem. it is however using 100% of my cpu whenever there is a remote connection. - by [email protected] re: multiple users & slow internet (9:29pm est sun oct 12 2003)[email protected],

i've heard get redirected here both computers run winxp pro.

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the keyboard option should be left on the default of in full screen mode only, unless you're not planning on working in full-screen remote desktop. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Windows XP internet not working from ethernet cable This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our software to rip audio music albums...

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not telling! (2:34am est fri sep 12 2003)get a god damn firewall. I find that the closer I get to the router the better the speed and no disconnects. Select the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) name that matches the Ethernet Adapter name from the list of items for your connection. remember that the "x" doesn't actually close the application (there's a long and painful story as to why that is).

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Make sure... In Windows 98 and ME, double-click Internet Options and select the Connections tab. Special Edition Using Microsoft Windows XP Home, 3rd Edition has been updated to include Service Pack 2 features and coverage of Windows XP Media Center. useful reference any domain security settings i should worry about? - by matt "remote desktops" (9:57pm est wed jan 19 2005)i guys i am using xp home and want to connect to the

No, create an account now. i know i set it up right cause i have been using remote access for over a year from numerous machines.