To troubleshoot a home network issue, use the Windows XP Home and Small Office Networking Troubleshooter in Help and Support Center to try to isolate and resolve the issue. JUST FOLLOW THIS STEPS1. Click Start, and then click Help and Support.2. Under Pick a Help Topic, click Networking and the Web.3. Under Networking and the Web, click Fixing networking or Web problems, and then click Home and Small Office Networking Troubleshooter.4. Answer the questions in the troubleshooter to try to find a solution.If the troubleshooter resolves the issue, you are finished.
Thanks for sharing… Go into Control Panel. Double-click “System.” Go to the Hardware tab. Click on “Device Manager” to open it. Look for “Network Adapters” and click the plus sign next to it. If you see an explanation point or a red X, this indicates a problem with your network card.
Trouble shoot a home network issue uses the window XP home and small office networking troubleshooter in help and support center to try to isolate and resolve the issue. To do this, follow these steps:1. Click start and then click Help and Support.2. Under Pick a help Topic, click Networking and the web.3. Under Networking and the web click fixing networking or web problems and then click Home and small Office Networking Troubleshooter.4. Answer the questions in the troubleshooter to try to find solutions.If the troubleshooter resolves the issues you are finished.If the troubleshooter does not resolve the issue, determine your home network structure in the â€œHome-network structures and their configurationsâ€ section and then follow the steps in the â€œAdvance Troubleshootingâ€ section.Android Application development
I want to say thanks for the step wise representation of the present in this post for resolving home network issues. I find this task quite easy for me as I doesn't belong to any technical background.
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