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    How to ReNew IP

    Post  Kern Ovy on 2010-02-26, 4:35 pm

    Lets Starts...

    For Windows Vista:

    1st Step: Go to Start/Programs/Accessories and locate the "Command Prompt" shortcut.

    2nd Step: Right click Command Prompt shortcut and select "Run as Administrator" from the drop down menu.

    3rd Step: Follow the Steps starting from step two from bellow

    For Windows XP and 2000:

    1st Step: Go to Start then Run and type the word "cmd" (without quotation marks) in the Run box. A DOS window should open on screen.

    2nd Step: Type: "ipconfig /release" (without quotation marks) in the DOS window.

    3rd Step: Type: "ipconfig /renew" (without quotation marks) in the DOS window.

    4th Step: Type: "ipconfig /flushdns" (without quotation marks) in the DOS window.

    5th Step: Restart your computer

    Note: You need to w8 until the computer reply on each steps. If you do it wrong you need to start over again.

    For Apple OS-X:

    1st Step: Open the Network Status menu: Apple>System Preferences>Network>Network Status.

    2nd Step: Select "Built-in Ethernet" from the Network Status menu and click "Configure".

    3rd Step: Click "Renew DHCP Lease". This process may take a few minutes.

    4th Step: Close the Network Status window.

    5th Step: open the Terminal. (Go > Utilities > Terminal)

    6th Step: For Leopard (10.5), type: dscacheutil -flushcache and For Tiger (10.4) and Panther (10.3), type: lookupd -flushcache

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