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NIC PROBLEM

Posted on 2001-06-18
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i have install a new harddrive on my dell. When i log on to the network, and type in my password im get. domain password you supplied is not correct. I have check with lan admin and ask if password was lockedup. i have reinstalled nic card. and drivers. help  
its a new boot drive,  
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Question by:lavon
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by:slink9
ID: 6203686
Is your workgroup set up properly?  Is your IP address set properly?  Is it a new boot drive or just an additional data drive?  Need more info.
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by:lloyd
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You said you "changed harddrives", how did you load the new drive, from scratch or a ghost type program?
You may need to re-config the the network portions, ie. tcp, nic drivers and domain name.
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by:zulfi123
ID: 6205764
Hello,

Check out the Following :

1. Typing the Password in Small Letters Or Capital Letters Makes a huge difference. Look out for that.

2. Usually, Logging to the Network (in Win 2K) and Local machine are the 2 login options you have. Check out that you are loggin on to the Domain name and not to the Local machine.

3. Look out for any special characters and symbols.
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by:sir_giatay
ID: 6213055
let your lan administrator (its part of their work) to configure your network connections correctly based on your network design/settings. if you have re-installed your client computer with your OS, then let your lan administrator to patch things up.

goodluck
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by:zulfi123
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1.Check whether you are able to browse the network or not. Are you able to see the other computers on the Network?
2.Check whether you have entered the correct domain name or not.
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by:Otta
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Were you able to resolve your other question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=hardgen&qid=20136218

???
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by:ComTech
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Hello everyone,

This question has been open for quite awhile. I am going to allow feedback from the questioner and experts. If it is not resolved, I will delete or accept an answer based on the info I have been given. Experts, feel free to offer input. I will monitor this question for a period of 5-7 days and come back and evaluate.  

I reserve the right to disallow any comments that may not have a direct conclusion

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*Question Author, please return and resolve this question.
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by:slink9
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lavon took that answer and ran with it.  Split the points.
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If he did, he didn't take the points, because there will be a debit in his account.

Question will be removed.

ComTech
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Who gets the points?
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In a situation like this, we subtract the points from their accout, and leave the Q # and Mod Name.  The points virtually disappear.

Many times we get caught in the in the middle, if the user isn't going to return, who pays when a point split is asked for.  Sure we could take away points, but we cannot distribute them...no access in the system to allow for that.

If we award the question, someone gets angry. Almost ever time.  So the norm has become, unless it is almost absoloute, we do not award questions.  I try very hard to be fair and honest.  If I had given this question to someone that would have been dishonest, because to the user not replying, how do we KNOW for sure who was correct.

Sometimes I will award an individual who has obviously put hours and hours into a question, I may accept because the bases were probably all covered.

I have started to use the "Answer" button issue for looking at older questions, but not so harsh and with an open mind.  I would rather award than delete, believe me.  I too am an Expert and know the frustration of the TAKERS ignoring the GIVERS.

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by:ComTech
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BTW-If there are more than 1 correct comment, I usually accept the first one.
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