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Acquiring Network Address

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Lady G, Sep 13, 2007.

  1. Lady G

    Lady G Private E-2

    I have had a Gateway notebook for a few months now, my first computer.
    Sometimes the monitor that tells the signal strength and such, says that it's acquiring network address. I can get online when it says that with no problem. Is this something I should be worrying about or can I just ignore it??
  2. KingSteve

    KingSteve MajorGeek

    just means that your computer is getting an address it needs to connect to your network and get out to the internet.

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