no internet access



I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 running Vista Basic. Everything was working fine
until I installed a Frankiln Wireless broadband access card. The broadband
card works fine, but I can no longer get on the internet via the wired or
internal wireless cards.

I have searched a number of forums and tried the suggestions (removed both
network adapters and reinstalled, removed the IPv6 and link-layer entries)
and have enven uninstalled the broadband card. All to no avail.

Vista reports that I am connected to "local and internet", but still no
internet access.

I know that my router is good, because a number of other machines connected
to it work fine.

I hope someone has some ideas for me.

Thanks for any advice.

Jack \(MVP-Networking\).

You should check with the Franklin Wireless broadband access card's support.
It seems that the card's installation takes over the TCP/IP stack and blocks
that regular Ethernet connections.
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

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