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Old March 28th 03, 10:13 PM
Karen
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Default can't connect to network

I am running win XP home edition and using T1 line to
connect to the network. I got a message says: " can't
listen on port 6515" when I try to get to the internet. I
also tried to type "ipconfig" at command promt, but it
says something like "Internal error has appeared.....".
Can anyone help me to resolve this kind of problem?

Thanks,
K
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Old March 28th 03, 11:47 PM
Robert L
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check 4). quoted form http://www25.brinkster.com/ChicagoTech

How to fix corrupted IP Configuration
To fix a corrupted IP Configuration,
1) for Win9x, NT, ME and W2K, you may want to remove and re-install TCP/IP.
2) If it is win9x, you may try to run c:\windows\ws2bakup\ws2bakup.bat to
restore the original settings.
3) If you get "DHCP server unreachable" while using ipconfig /renew, you may
want to update the network card drive or go to NIC configuration to change
the media type matching the speed.
4) For XP, you can't uninstall TCP/IP (Uninstall is grayed out). You will
use the Windows XP command line utility netsh.exe to reset all IP-related
Registry settings to their default values. To do that, enter the command:
netsh int ip reset filename, for example, netsh int ip reset ipreset.t.xt
For more information, go to http://www25.brinkster.com/ChicagoTech

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Posting on MS newsgroup will benefit all readers and you may get more help.

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"Karen" wrote in message
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I am running win XP home edition and using T1 line to
connect to the network. I got a message says: " can't
listen on port 6515" when I try to get to the internet. I
also tried to type "ipconfig" at command promt, but it
says something like "Internal error has appeared.....".
Can anyone help me to resolve this kind of problem?

Thanks,
K



 




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