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For years people had only a single PC machine in their household. Recently, the price of hardware has dramatically dropped. This allowed for PCs to be bought or build at the fraction of the cost. That presented a unique challenge, never existed before. How does one bring the data together? Share the Internet conection? Together with Windows family of operating systems from Microsoft, the manufacturers had caught up with the market demands and introduced a hardware device called a router. This box contains multiple conection outlets called ports for up to 8 machines on higher priced models. Quite often the auto configuration works fine. Other times it does not. Things are further complicated when routers support Wi-Fi protocols, in addition to regular wire (Ethernet) type.


Updating Network Interface Drivers

0) Ensure you have Administrative permissions on your machine (On Windows Vista, you have to ELEVATE with UAC turned ON)

1) Detect an unpack your network interface drivers using a GSI Report as an aid (http://gsi.kaspersky.fr) -- IMPORTANT for latest NDIS 6.0 specification support.

2) Start >> Run >> devmgmt.msc (Right click your Network Card >> Update Driver >> Point to the previously unpacked folder) -- IMPORTANT on Vista you might to elevate

3) Ensure the drivers have updated by going into properties of the network card in question


Putting it all Together


Ignore the parts about firewall. Make sure your sharing is working before proceeding to the next step.


Tweaking KIS (v2010) -- Ensure you have Upgraded

0) Right Click on K >> Settings >> [Protection] >> System Security >> [Firewall >> Settings >> [Networks] Tab

Ensure that your home network is setup to be Local, otherwise you might have problems sharing

1) For additional steps for Windows Vista, please refer to the following article


2) Reboot the machines

3) Test to make sure everything is operational



If the above steps still did not work for you, please attach the following:

0) GSI Log properly submited and parsed (http://gsi.kaspersky.fr) -- If you have not updated your NIC drivers you should do so.

1) The output of from BOTH machines Start >> Run >> cmd /k ipconfig /all > C:\ipinfo.txt {OK} pack the file ipinfo.txt and attach it to your post

2) Your configuration such as router model and connection type regular or Wi-Fi

3) We are not mind readers, please provide detailed information AFTER you performed the above steps

Edited by Whizard

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