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I have encountered one unique problem with a few networked computers in my lab. whereas most computers can access the internet, some do not- though the cables are fitted!!

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wow u really have to give more info??
are all on the same network with the same ip range ?
are you sure it is network cables and not power cables?
what is the results for the "ipconfig /all" command if it is windows machines?
and and and...
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check the default gateway, it should be the same on all the PC's if they're in the same Network.

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first is the local network active on computer?
check if you can be able to access them?
there must be a problem with the network cable

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I have encountered one unique problem with a few networked computers in my lab. whereas most computers can access the internet, some do not- though the cables are fitted!!

Hi !

The thing that should be checked is the ethnet (NIC) adoptor and you should make sure that all the cables connected to those computers are in a good condiotion, because some times when the cable have been used for a long time they tend to loose strenth and course signal fail from the main server.

Deadmantz.

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I think your take on this "job" could be true, and I say, asante for your help and for all those who managed to give their sols...

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