network cards are not communicating...

Discussion in 'Server Migration' started by jianwa, May 8, 2005.

  1. jianwa

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    I have two Acer S Series desktop computers. One is upgraded from win98, the
    other is a fresh instalation of Win2000 Pro.
    The Network Interfase card is detected and the driver installed. The
    computer(s) respond when pinging the localhost or it´s own IP (or
    computername), but the computer (s) can't communicate with the default
    gateway or any other host in the network.
    I have tested and changed cables; I have tested with 3 different NICs
    (Genius, Realtek 8139 and Realtek 8029). Results are the same. The most
    recent drivers from vendors were installed too and no advance.
    The same network cards work ok in other CPUs.

    Any idea?
    Thanks in advance
    Jianwa.
     
    jianwa, May 8, 2005
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  2. Hello,

    Thanks for your post.

    I understand you encountered a network issue and it is not related to
    migration. We recommend posting the issue in Microsoft.public.win98 or
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    Thanks for your understanding.

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    Amanda Wang [MSFT], May 9, 2005
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