TCP/IP is not enabled for this connection
Posted on 2010-01-06
I have a laptop that is running Vista Home Premium SP2 running Sun VirtualBox that is running a Windows XP Proffessional, i log in to the computer and connect the laptop to the router, it opens up the internet on the Vista OS but after that i load up the XP VM, and it won't connect to the internet at all. It picks up a LAN, but doesn't get any sort of IP address, so i open up the Network Connections and try to repair the connection but up pops the error message 'TCP/IP has not been enabled for this connection.'
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Recently they installed a second AV program over our current one, they installed 'CA Security' over our 'Trend Micro' so that they had 2 AV's installed at the same time. Could that have had anything to do with it?