unable to connect to network

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  1. I have Windows and Linux installed in my PC. My PC is connected to a network.
    I installed Norton Anti-Virus in the system. But before the anti-virus
    installation, I disabled the Local Area Connection. Now, when I tried to
    connect to the Internet or at least my local intranet, I unable to connect. I
    thought that the problem would have been with the anti-virus, so I
    uninstalled the anti-virus as well. Even then, I am unable to connect.
    I am able to connect to the internet as well as the intranet when I am using
    LINUX but unable to do so when using WINDOWS. When checking the ping status
    using windows command prompt, to my surprise, the data is sent and received
    and there is no loss of data. It is pinging properly.
    Please help me out.
     
    =?Utf-8?B?U2l2YQ==?=, Jul 26, 2007
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  2. =?Utf-8?B?U2l2YQ==?=

    RobinS Guest

    Try posting your question to a group with "Windows" in the description.
    This is a .Net programming newsgroup.

    Robin S.
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    "Siva" <> wrote in message
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    >I have Windows and Linux installed in my PC. My PC is connected to a
    >network.
    > I installed Norton Anti-Virus in the system. But before the anti-virus
    > installation, I disabled the Local Area Connection. Now, when I tried to
    > connect to the Internet or at least my local intranet, I unable to
    > connect. I
    > thought that the problem would have been with the anti-virus, so I
    > uninstalled the anti-virus as well. Even then, I am unable to connect.
    > I am able to connect to the internet as well as the intranet when I am
    > using
    > LINUX but unable to do so when using WINDOWS. When checking the ping
    > status
    > using windows command prompt, to my surprise, the data is sent and
    > received
    > and there is no loss of data. It is pinging properly.
    > Please help me out.
    >
     
    RobinS, Jul 27, 2007
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