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Hi, can someone please tell me how I can locate my IP address on my laptop.
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start -> run  type "cmd" in the white box and click okay

a black box will come up

type "ipconfig"

you'll see something like this:

ipconfig results
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To find your 'external' IP address that your ISP gives you, type "what is my IP" into Google or go to http://www.whatismyip.com/ .  Both will give you your 'public IP' address.
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Many thanks
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You're welcome, glad to help.
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