Originally Posted by lurkswithin
You can but it won't do any more than what I said to do. The pc that you are currently working on has a SET home page and thus the auto detect is unchecked so it will direct itself to that site. Like I said the main issue you have is whether your networking adapters are installed properly. If they are then you should be able to get right on line. Let me Know 1 way or other as you may have some networking issues to deal with.
how can i tell if my network adaptors are set up correctly? If there not set up correctly how do set them up correctly. I'm guessing you need to know what kind of network adaptors im using, how can i find that out?
The thing i plug the ethernet cable into says this on it, IntelStewart SI70021. If thats of any consolation.
Also, If I were to go into the network connections on this computer whcih uses the same modem via a router as the one I'm trying to fix, could I use any of the information I find in there to set up the Local Area Connection on the computer i'm trying to fix?