I am using Lenova desktop which runs in Windows Vista. The system is wired to a router. When I tried to connect internet it says Windows is identifying networks and not getting connected. What should be done in such a situation?
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i wold try reseetiing the modem and the router (while the pc is off)..
then powering on the modem first waitng for connectivity lignt.
once the modem is ready ,plug in the router .. wait till its active then start your computer
soo if the internet and file sharing works but under center is saving identifying? from the sound of it you did this;
WINDOWS VISTA CANNOT OBTAIN THE IP ADRESS FROM CERTAIN ROUTERS OR FROM CERTAIN NON MICROSOFT DHCP SERVERS
so make that change