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How to Use the Windows Network Repair Command to Fix Default Gateway

    • 1). Press the "Start" button on the taskbar.

    • 2). Click "Run" if you are using Windows XP or earlier. Windows Vista and later users will need to place the cursor in the Search bar at the bottom of the menu.

    • 3). Enter the text "cmd" in the text box and press "Enter."

    • 4). Type "ipconfig /renew" to reset your network adapter. This will re-establish a connection to the default gateway.

    • 5). Verify your connection to the gateway by entering the command "ipconfig /all". If there is a connection, there will be an Internet Protocol address specified on the output next to the "Default Gateway" label.

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