Re: DHCP problem
Oh, sorry the previous post had a typo, it should have been can't
if you open up internet explorer and type 192.168.1.1 in your address bar, thats your router's ip address. It will take you to the router administration page. It will prompt you for a username which is Admin, and a password, which should be left blank and you can change it later(but don't forget it). If it says that it can't open the page, or there was a problem displaying the page, then you're not able to communicate with the router, which would imply an ethernet cable, or card problem.
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