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ip address missing from ipconfig

ip address missing from ipconfig

ip address missing from ipconfig

(OP)
just had to do a system restore after hard disc crash and now after reinstalling a new netgear nic and configuring i cannot get anything in the ipconfig from dos, any ideas????

RE: ip address missing from ipconfig

This really isn't the right forum for this. What OS are you running? Have you verified the hardware in Device Manager?

Thanks,

Matt Wray
www.netcomtec.com
www.total-tec.com

RE: ip address missing from ipconfig

(OP)
sorry - new to forum  - didn't realise i was in wrong thread!!!!

all apologies......

RE: ip address missing from ipconfig

when you are first using a new nic card and it doesn't come up try to do an ipconfig release, and then an ipconfig renew type in ipconfig /? to find out the proper commands for your version of windows!

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