DNS suffix and default gateway dissappeared

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Default gateway
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Hamachi
I have a simple wireless network with a desktop and laptop. Everything was working just hunky dory. I had Hamachi set up on the laptop, then recently uninstalled it. After the uninstallation, I can no longer access the internet or my network from the laptop. If I do an ipconfig, the DNS suffix and default gateway are both empty. I do have a valid IP address and subnet mask. I've had this problem before when I installed Hamachi - that's why I'm thinking it's suspect. I resolved it by reformating my hard drive. I don't feel like doing that this time around - there has to be a better fix. I went in and manually set the IP address, default gateway, DNS suffix, and subnet mask, but it didn't solve the problem. Any help would be appreciated.

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Never mind folks. I fingured out the problem myself:

<a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817571″>http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817571
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Cheers!!

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  • BrentSheets
    Clayford, thanks for posting back the fix, so that others with the same problem can benefit.
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