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cinnapple1 says: 5 years ago Just want to say……THANK YOU…. Great advice. shardik19 says: 8 years ago I was losing my mind and then I found this article. But I dont know how this flaw came into my laptop. have a peek at these guys

The point being that you shouldn't put the laptop on an internet connection before it's been patched, or it will be infected within minutes...Click to expand... Nathan AeKay says: 7 years ago Method 1 Rocks!!!! Hennie says: 6 years ago I agree with kwanage above. When the antivirus detects that it is going to the wrong places it disables the connection to prevent you from accessing problem web addresses. http://www.instructables.com/answers/Laptop-wont-connect-to-my-home-wireless-network-/

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I JUST CLICK ON REPAIR NETWORK … AND MAGIC HAPPENED !! Basically I live in a pub, we have 2 routers and an extension. I'm from China, and i search the Chinese web for possible solutions and after every try, the frustration is just around me. Connect your computer to the router using a Ethernet cable and see if you can connect to the Internet.

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  • On the other hand, if you have a problem with your laptop connectivity, it’s much harder to solve!
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  • Qtothelu says: 6 years ago Method one worked perfectly for me too just remember to restart computer after.
  • Also, please tell me what brand of router you are using. (I'm guessing it is 2-wire...
  • I bought it new (refurbished) about a year and a half ago.
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To renew your IP address ipconfig/renewEnterFrankieG7 wijnaldumwilliam9 months agoReplyDidn't work. I reinstalled the HP printer drivers but left PS7.0 off for now until I can figure out why this happens. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... My Computer Wont Connect To Wifi But Others Will Can you help me please !

When I do plug the wire, i get the connection icon all green but when I try to access any web page it errors out (page not found) But strangely laptop Laptop Cannot Connect To Wifi But Other Devices Can Anyway, something to try for you is to remove the WPA2. I’ll try to go through as many solutions as possible to fix this and hopefully one of them works for you! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/43887-43-some-devices-connect-home-wifi BTW :wave:Welcome to TechSpot:wave: Oct 17, 2005 #2 kirock TS Rookie Posts: 1,221 just a thought Hmm, this is similar to my ICS network failure this weekend.

Speed probably wouldn't be affected when it works, it would be all or nothing.Fixing it could be as easy as opening up the computer and pushing it firmly back into the Wifi Works On Phone But Not Computer if they are reputable they should fix it for you. :)jcrooks3 thegeeke4 years agoReplyI tried that, but it connected and worked there. What I have tried to do for the past week : I upgraded the adapter/ driver. Do you have to enter the commands separately, or right after one another in the command prompt window?

Laptop Cannot Connect To Wifi But Other Devices Can

My dns servers say 0.0.0.0 I'm guessing th router is made by pheenetThanks in advance xthegeeke Katiewhitnall4 years agoReply1. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Cannot Connect To Certain Wifi My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... My Computer Wont Connect To Wifi But Other Devices Can Your description of a connection made but no useable data transfer is a classic for encryption not matching up.

Tweet Like Google+ Comments [110] Mikem22 says: 8 years ago I'm having similar problems with my daughters a brand new Advent laptop (vista). More about the author thanks a million Sarwar Erfan says: 7 years ago Thanks! If you are sure encryption for now is disabled on the router, then double check the devices too and make sure some old "key" you inserted isn't still be used to You should also be able to change the SSIDs to whatever you want to call it. :)kgio1 thegeeke4 years agoReplythank you so much it works used to work then stopped so had Cannot Connect To Certain Wifi Network

My freaking TCP/IP stack had a problem!! Let's call the downstairs one x and upstairs y and then the extension would be called y ext. For the heck of it, you could try Ethernet both through the router and directly to your modem. check my blog Help would be greatly appreciated.I have a linksys router (WRK54G) and have 2 desktops and 2 laptops connected to it wirelessly at the moment.

I don't like using a broadcast address for DNS servers. :)So lets try setting the DNS servers to Google's free DNS servers.1. Wifi Works On Laptop But Not Phone I was thinking it was a weak signal from Comcast cable modem… and thought about buying a signal booster. Win 2000 is smooth, there was a bunch of noise like a coffe grinder from my laptop before its all gone and the corrupted sectors of the disk are all repaired

It has worked on this network before but it was called something different. 3.I'm not 100%sure but I believe I am running windows 7 and I have avast security.

my connection is "limited". I am eternally grateful. Never thought about the devices having bugs with characters. Computer Won't Connect To Wifi Windows 10 I have windows 7, 360 anti virusbuntha.chhoeurt2 years agoReplymy computer can't connect to wireless at my home.

Proffitt,MAC address filtering serves the purpose in my case since the people in my neighborhood are not good with computers. C) check that you can ping your router from the non-browsing laptop. This means that it gets the DNS settings from the gateway which is usually your router or the ISP router. news Roy says: 7 years ago Thanks for the article.

If you find your wirelessconnection icon in grey color then right-click on it and select "Enable".2) Check your SSID and the security key.Good Luckdenialjosaf1 year agoReplyi think this can be fixed larssa says: 6 years ago I'm trying method one and it keeps telling me I need to run as administrator. Method 1 is worked!! The router is set to mixed mode (B and G).

They use a modem/router combo. It detects my home network but every time it tries to connect ends up "unable to connect to this network". Thanks Aseem. My situation is this: We have two laptops at home which ordinarily connect through a wireless network to the internet by way of a wireless router and a cable modem.

I'd focus on first getting the wired connection working first to simplify your troubleshooting. I brought the laptop back to my house and it connects to the internet and loads a webpage fine, so is this an issue between the laptop and her specific router? When I manage to connect to the internet, it is sending and receiving a lot of packets, this lasts for a few hours and then suddenly I am hit with "limited Many thanks because this solved my wireless networking troubles.

Chinacat says: 6 years ago Thank you! right? I changed the channel on the 2.4mhz band to a static one, connecting only the laptop to that. Method #1 fixed it.

But i said in the heart that i can't just give it up :) And finally the googling of web leads me here. The computer has it's own IP (not static) and it can ping to the router, the loop back address, and any other computer on the network. k37744 says: 7 years ago Thank you so much for your article. Hojjat says: 3 years ago Great.

All other appliences co solution hp g62 suddenly not connecting to Internet - though modem is connected fine and works for other devices. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. ayaz 444 says: 5 years ago when i apply method 1 it doesn't work.