Fwd: Re: Is there virus removal software for Jaunty KDE
stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Mon Jun 22 17:56:38 UTC 2009
On Sunday 21 June 2009 06:16:42 am Eberhard Roloff wrote:
> Steven Vollom wrote:
> > I don't really understand this, because I expected the laptop to retain
> > connection when connected like you asked. The last time that I had the
> > laptop working and both the laptop and another computer were connected
> > to the router at the same time, both computer's worked, at least both
> > connected to the Internet and could send emails. That is the reason my
> > surprise. I haven't made any changes that I remember since that time.
> > Excuse my not getting back sooner, I took a fall and am not well yet.
> > Steven
> let's do this one step after the other.
> So your first three steps are
> 1. take care
> 2. visit a doctor's
> 3. relax until your headache is cured.
> Computers usually can wait until humans come back sitting in
> fornt of them.:-))
> In regards to the router:
> When this worked before, but does not do now, reset the
> router to factory default.
> If this does not work either, I would think that there might
> be something wrong with the router. In this case use the
> other router that you have in stock.
> We must ensure that your notebook works with the router!
> Only after this you will be able to send mail with your
> laptop and at the same time be in a postion to cure your
> desktop machine which then will be connected to a "known
> working ok" router port.
> Kind regards
Why can't I just connect to the Internet using the modem only? It is a router
also. It eliminates completely one of the potential problems.
That is the way I am connected to you right now. I am connected to you with a
cable from the back of the laptop to the modem. It works. Why won't it work
for the broken computer too? Cable from back of broken computer to modem.
Most of those who are helping seem to prefer this setup anyway. What am I
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