bighogger January 21, 2011 at 11:21:55 Specs: Windows XP
In the run box I enter cmd and hit enter. It got me to the command promt and I typed in ipconfig/all and hit enter. It displayed Windows IP Configuation but nothing else except another C prompt. Windows XP version 5.1.2600 What next?
That should return an IP address (verified and it does) Remember there is a space between ipconfig" " /all. You really dont even need the /all switch, either way your doing it right. Just out of curiosity why do you need to know your IP Addres.
Still no luck> I tryed a space after ipconfig /all All it says is Windows IP configuration To answer your question why I need the IP address is to put into my router. I'm adding this laptop. Any other possibilities to get the address?
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