local area connection doesn't have a valid ip configuration

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Local Area Connection
Post as a guest Name. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Some routers are Hopefully this sorts your problem out! Here right click and select properties on the connection you are using. Given you know a lot more than what was told I'd review these for possible solutions.

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Please run the following command on another computer on your local network:. Posted 03 September - Wow thanks for the quick responses guys! After I posted last night I had to get some sleep. Now I'm watching my 2 year old nephew for another 5 or 6 hours. I will indeed try anything anyone says Thanks EflBane for the link, I will let ya know what happens! Uh oh there goes the nephew running with scissors!! Ok better quickly post the dos results for kokomodrums!! Oh and as far as anti-virus programs I don't really have anything other than those programs I listed above.

I could say a little more about these programs etc. Here are the ipconfig results from another computer on the same network: Also I wanna thank anyone who took the time to read all that info above! LoL I know it's a lot, but hopefully helpful. A ipconfig alone doesn't give us enough information like what your dns is set to. They are not the same.

DOS is a operating system. Command prompt is not. The ipconfig log of a working computer will tell us the IP address of his router, which can help us troubleshoot further.

Yeah your right about DOS and windows lookalike. Thanks for the reminder, it always confused me. Either way I'm gonna go do it on my broken one for kokomodrums. Be right back guys! After that I'll post them from my fathers computer which is the one that works. Gonna take an hour or so nap. Watching a 2 year old for 7 hours really drains ya!

Also, I intend to run the program that ElfBane referred me to Microsoft Windows [Version 6. Monday, September 01, 4: Thursday, September 04, 4: After that hit the power button a few times. Well I did that and the network is working again! I've shutdown the computer a billion times too.. LOOK at that above list of stuff I tried!!! I literally stayed up until 7am.

This is great, thanks everyone I knew the answer would come from here, but I didn't think it would be something like THAT! Community Forum Software by IP. Search Advanced Search section: Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.

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Click here to Register a free account now! Please log in to reply. In case this helps in anyway, here are the names of the files I found online and ran after the file in that VISTA64 directory: Please run the following command on another computer on your local network: Tunnel adapter Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface: Has this worked previously? Edited by kokomodrums, 03 September - The PC was using a wireless network adapter. If you don't think anything has changed on your network I'd advise the usual - turn everything off, count to 60, deep breath, turn it back on I dont like doing this daily but it works right away..

Right click your network connection icon on the bottom right of your screen Open network and sharing center. Open change network adapter settings. Wait a few seconds watching the icon on the bottom right side you will see it turn to a red X. Its really fast to do once you do it one time This is a little trick a Cable company tech showed me.

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When does it happen, did it work before, when was the first time the problem appeared? May be private IP and default gateway IP are not in the same subnet as provided.

KevinD 1 7. In the command prompt, type: Interestingly I've seen a similar problem twice in the past week. The second problem turned out to be a failed Ethernet-over-power adapter.

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