I have a Fujitsu Lifebook notebook computer that has stopped responding to the network wirelessly. AT&T had installed their software for using their Sierra USB cell phone internet connection, and that's when everything got toasted. I tried "netsh winsock reset" and that solved the problem with not getting an IP address from the DHCP server. However, even though it gets an IP address, it is unable to communicate. We have removed the Sierra software and all remnants of the AT&T software, and that didn't help. We then did a system restore back to the time before the AT&T software was installed, and still no help. We also tried "ipconfig /flushdns" and "ipconfig /registerdns" I have even tried deleting the network adapters and reinstalling, as well as turning off the anti-virus and firewall. The wired connection is working, which makes this pretty strange. Short of reinstalling Windows, what can I try?
Replaced the "Apple OS" Zone with the "Windows Vista Zone".
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