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Dhcp Error Could Not Connect To InternetResults 1 to 15 of 16 Thread: XP Stopped Getting IP Address from DHCP Pool Tweet Thread Tools Show dhcp error chromebook Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… 2014-01-28,19:06 #1 w7340 View Profile View Forum Posts New Lounger Join Date Dec 2009 Location Houston, Texas, USA Posts 21 Thanks 6 Thanked 0 Times in 0 dhcp server error Posts XP Stopped Getting IP Address from DHCP Pool My Windows XP Home computer is on a wired home network with two other computers. Recently, for some unknown reason, it stopped getting an IP address from the DHCP pool on my DSL router/switch. The task bar shows a local area network connection, but ipconfig shows no IP address. I have eliminated the router, network cable,
Fix Dhcp Errorand on-board integrated NIC as problems (got a PCI card NIC and still had same problem). No indication of any spyware or virus problems, either. Some time before the complete failure happened, I would periodically have a similar problem, which I was able to resolve by stopping and then restarting the integrated NIC via Device Manager. Nothing helps now. I would do a partial restore from my backups, but am uncertain as what file(s) to pick. Any suggestions, before I hire someone to help? 2014-01-28,19:46 #2 Sudo15 View Profile View Forum Posts WS Lounge VIP Join Date Aug 2012 Location UK Posts 6,263 Thanks 134 Thanked 804 Times in 767 Posts It may just need the TCP/IP stack resetting but enter these commands at the Command Prompt. netsh winsock reset catalog netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew exit Now reboot. Last edited by Sudo15; 2014-01-30 at 12:04. The Following User Says Thank You to Sudo15 For This Useful Post: w7340(2014-01-30) 2014-01-30,11:51 #3 w7340 View Profile View Forum Posts New Lounger Join Date Dec 2009 Location Houston, Texas, USA Posts 21 Thanks 6 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts My "
this Article Home » Categories » Computers and Electronics » Networking ArticleEditDiscuss Edit ArticleHow to Set up DHCP Network Settings on Windows XP Community Q&A Depending on dhcp error 1053 your operating system the following instructions for Windows XP may vary. Steps dhcp error 1075 1 Click on the start button 2Go to the control panel 3Once opened, double left-click on "Network Connections" 4
Dhcp Error Nook TabletYou should see an icon labeled as "Local Area Connection". Right-click on that icon, left-click on "Properties" (There may be more than one network connection, depending on how many network http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/159254-XP-Stopped-Getting-IP-Address-from-DHCP-Pool cards you have in your PC. "Local Area Connection" indicates a wired Ethernet port, whereas "Wireless Network Connection" is for various types of wireless network connections including WiFi.) 5 A window pops up, in the middle you will find a list of items, one of which is "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)". Left-click on it and then left-click on the Properties button. http://www.wikihow.com/Set-up-DHCP-Network-Settings-on-Windows-XP 6A new window will pop up, select "Obtain IP address automatically" 7Also select "Obtain DNS server address automatically" 8 Click OK to close this window. 9 Click OK a second time to close this second window. Community Q&A Ask a Question Submit Already answered Not a question Bad question Other If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice in this section, please click here to let us know. Tips In the black window (Command Prompt) type "ipconfig" and then hit Enter. You should receive an IP address appropriate to the device you are connected to. Then type "ipconfig /renew" this should set your IP address to the proper IP address. To make sure you are receiving a proper IP, go to start and left-click on "Run" and type in 'cmd', hit Enter. If you are receiving an IP address that is not valid, type "ipconfig /release" then hit enter. This will set your IP address to 0.0.0.0 Warnings If connecting through a Router or Firewall check the user manual for the appropriate IP address you should be rec
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