I am getting the following error message on startup on my XP system: My computer cannot obtain an IP address for either of it's two network cards from my ISP's DHCP server. One card is and Intel Pro/100 VM, and the other is a Netgear WG311. Both network cards have the yellow yield sign with the exclamation point saying that the status is "Limited or no connectivity". My laptop connects to the router just fine, both wired, and wireless. Initially I thought that this was a physical problem. I added the wireless card as part of my diagnostic. Originally the wired card failed to connect. I swapped out the cable and it still failed. I added the wireless card and it failed too. If I assign an IP address to the wired card, then the physical connection is good. Any ideas, or recommendations would be helpful. So far I have tried "ipconfig /release", "ipconfig /renew", and "Repair" in the connection properties. I have tried re-installing the drivers. I have tried rebooting the router (not that I think that the router is a problem since the laptop works through it).