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  • OT Need some computer/networking help

    Just finished building new computer, but have an issue.

    XP recognizes the on board LAN, but its not working. When I click "repair" it says that thier is a problem with the tcp/ip

    When I run "ipconfig" in the dos prompt, nothing.

    I dont know how to fix it.

    To me it seems like a XP error.

    I have already reinstalled XP to see if it fixed it, but no go.

    Suggestions?

    Thanks

    Rob

  • #2
    What do you see when you type ipconfig -all

    ?

    -Adrian

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    • #3
      it says

      Window IP configuration


      then its back to my c:

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      • #4
        I would go to the Network control pannel and delete the onboard LAN controller if it's still there. Reboot the computer and see if it finds new hardware and installs the driver. If not, then install a PCI based Ethernet card and forget about the onboard ethernet.

        -Adrian

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        • #5
          already tried the delete, didnt do a thing
          Already found an old ether net card and I just put it in.

          Thanks for trying to help, i really do appreciate it!

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          • #6
            Up and running!!!

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            • #7
              Adrian,

              Once I had the net up, I was able to download updates on drivers that made everything ok. I tried to download them to a cd on the other computer and bring em to the new one before I asked for help, but it didnt work.

              Up and going, no conflicts.

              Once again, thanks

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              • #8
                where's my f'n alum cue?

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                • #9
                  Uhhhhhhhhhhhh


                  what color do you want it?

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                  • #10
                    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by cuemaker:
                    Uhhhhhhhhhhhh


                    what color do you want it?
                    </font>
                    I like the polished alum color.

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                    • #11
                      Add some brass acents too. Maybe a hollow brass handle.

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                      • #12
                        gonna be the most god awful looking cue ever. Not sure how much brass weights, but I am betting a handle made of brass tube will add some wieght.

                        Want a brass joint too? It will be the only part of the cue that is traditional.

                        I suppose you want it all to thread togother so you can take it apart?

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                        • #13
                          Make it a slip-joint telescoping stick - I may have to shoot against him some day and need all the help I can get. 8*D

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                          • #14
                            <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by cuemaker:
                            gonna be the most god awful looking cue ever. Not sure how much brass weights, but I am betting a handle made of brass tube will add some wieght.

                            Want a brass joint too? It will be the only part of the cue that is traditional.

                            I suppose you want it all to thread togother so you can take it apart?
                            </font>
                            If I wanted a traditional cue, I'd go buy one fool! I want a cue that will scare people away with fear for their life. You'll need to make the brass handle hollow and pressure stable to 150psi.. I'll also need a good atomizing spray nozel/cue tip installed. I'll need two hollow chambers. One for the Oxy, and one for the Acetylene. Don't ask -- just do it.

                            -Adrian

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                            • #15
                              I take it weight is not a factor!

                              Ok, realistically, my metal working skills are about 2yrs away from being able to do all that. (unless you want a normal cue, you can have that in 4mos)

                              Drive down and show me how!!

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