Seems that after a Windows Auto-Update (and I say this because I'ts the only thing that I know is different from when things were working fine) I can't get my Win2000 Pro Compaq to connect to my network and be happy with IP.
I can't get an IP assignment via DHCP.
If I hard code an IP in it it will stick but DNS doesn't work and I can't see the Web.
I have eliminated the on-board NIC by substituting a USB Ethernet card and the same results happen.
I have re-installed Windows on top of itself and still no luck.
I'm swirlin' here and really hope one of you brainiacks can help me.
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