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Everything was working fine, then all of a sudden, there was no activity to one computer in the network. It says its connected, but I cant access websites, and the other computers in the network are fine.

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I had a similar problem when I set up my network. It turned out that after 8 hours of trouble shooting that the firewall had been blocking every bit of data that went between the computers. The connection showed up as a healthy and fast, but like you said, no data was getting through. Check your firewall settings and see if that helps; it fixed my problem and could have saved me 8 hours if I had thought of it earlier.

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Sometimes when one pc dies it is because the DHCP server is down and it was the first one to have its address expire, worth a check. If you can release all then renew you should be fine on this point.

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try to release your ip and renew it... ipconfig/renew

IF you are on an intranet... or a secure working office environment.. check up your proxy server.. key it into your browser's proxy setting..

firewall is another thing... check your firewall settings..

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yes and it also might be worth your while to check your encapsulation settings on the main/master PC. i had a similar error and it turned out to be that my MTU number was wrong:)

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