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No adapters bound to TCP/IP are enabled for DHCP

Symptom: When you use ipconfig command at a command prompt to check the IP address on a Windows 2000 computer, it doesn’t display any IP. If you run the ipconfig /renew command to renew the computer IP address, you may receive the following error message: “No adapters bound to TCP/IP are enabled for DHCP”.


1. Make sure you install the NIC correctly. If the NIC doesn't list in the Device manager, you may need to re-install it.

2. Re-install the network adaptor driver

1)      Install the latest service pack for Windows 2000.

2)      Remove the network adaptor driver from your computer.

3)      Re-install the network adaptor driver.

2. Upgrade the latest driver for NIC.

3. If above two don’t work, it may be the hardware issue. Try another slot or another NIC.

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