Last week I suddenly lost my internet connection on my home desktop. I have a DSL connection thru Comcast. I am connected thru same modem on my laptop right now and it is working fine. I am receiving a new desktop on Monday so I didn't worry about it. I then had my daughter bring a friend of her's Dell D610 over that had completely crashed to BSOD. I decided to use my copy of XP Pro I got with my old desktop to try to reboot. Everything works fine except that I have the same connection issues. I have gone to Dell and downloaded and installed all drivers I could find for that machine. I have tried so many things that I don't even know what to post. I will start with report from page "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage Diagnose connection problems" as a jpg file.Thanks in advance for the help. 6-15-2008-5-30-31-PM.png
Yes I think you're good to go. I was looking to the modem being the problem as it appeared to not be giving out IP addresses with DHCP. Glad you finally found a comcast tech who know his job to recognize
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