Vista Incompatible issues
Vista: no network after rebooting
Ultimate laptop is unable to get an IP via DHCP
frequently... both > with my home router and
when on the road in hotels, coffee shops, etc. I am
I am trying to network an XP (SP2)
desktop and a Vista
Home Premium laptop using a standard ....
Upgrade the router or switch
firmware. Related Topics. ...
Solved: Can't access the Internet
From the router we can ping both public and private IP. 4. Reset the router ... 5. After reset the router to factory default, he can access the Internet. ...
Some DHCP servers are not
As we know some router DHCP is not compatible with Vista. You may have two options. 1. Setup a static IP. 2. Disable the DHCP BROADCAST flag in Windows ...
Vista: cannot obtain an IP address from a router or DHCP
The solution posted in the Microsoft Technical Bulletin "Windows Vista cannot obtain an IP address from certain routers or from certain non-Microsoft DHCP servers" (Article 928233) sounds promising...
I just upgraded to
vista and I never had this
problem with XP. I've always been able to connect to the internet using
my router or directly
Wireless local only Some wireless NIC or router
DHCP may be incompatibilities with Vista.
The Vista may be able
to access local network but the ...
Some Vista wireless issue can be fixed by
Follow these steps to work around the issue by editing the System Registry...
Vista: ISP modem connectivity issue
Just to let you know that I have found the solution!!! Might help some others
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