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Old July 20th, 2012, 03:22 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I was having this same problem and i looked all over the internet. I finally found a story of a guy who had this problem and i followed his instructions and fixed the bug. Turn off your Wifi, Turn on your Static Ip (Found under advanced Wifi Options) and fill out all the feilds ( Ip Address, Gateway, Netmask, DSN1 and DSN2) This can be found by going to your 'start' button on the computer, selecting 'Run..', type in 'cmd' and enter, Then type in 'ipconfig/all' and enter. After that turn your wifi back on and you should be set. The guy stated that he was able to turn off his Static IP after and it continued to work, but when i tried it i had to re enter all the Static ip info.
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