How's it going.Let me read of your question. Give me a minute.
Does it give you an error or anything?
Can you press the Windows Key on your Keyboard and the 'R' key at the same time.
You will see the Run box. enter CMD into it and press enter
Then enter in the black box 'ping 18.104.22.168'
Press enter and tell me what you see.
Ok - thanks. Can you do the same with 127.0.0.1 as the IP.
Ok could you connect your PC via a wire s I can cannot and have a look?
Sorry, could you connect your computer to the internet with a cable instead of wireless.
This will allow me to connect remotely and have a look at your wireless If this is OK.
It should be an Ethernet cable. Does your modem have Ethernet?
Were does the one in the router go?
Yes that's correct. Ideally we need an Ethernet cable so I can connect direct to your device to look at wireless.
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Please try the following and check the result:
Turn on the wireless zero configuration service in Windows XP, by following these steps:
Now try to connect to Wireless again. If it not helps, try the following:
Now try to connect to wireless and let me know the result