Can surf web can't connect to any gaming server / network
Hi guys I have a question, I just moved back home after studying abroad and have brought my desktop back with me. I m currently connecting to a wireless router using a TP-Link 300Mbps Wireless N USB Adapter when previously I have been using a broadband modem overseas. However today, I find out I can't connect to any gaming network such as Steam, Origin, Blizzard but can surf the web fine. I tried using my laptop to see if it was the network but I could access Steam and Origin just fine. So its definitely a setting within my computer. Do I have to setup the connection so tht my computer detects it as the primary connection? or is the computer detecting the wireless as a secondary connection thus disabling access to Steam, Origin etc or is it some DNS issue that i'm having
Try disabling one or the other and see if that helps if you have both wireless and hard wired try to diable the wireless first you was over seas so it may have had different settings then you have now at home . Also you can always remover all of steam and orgin and uplay and reinstall log in and set everything back up. Takes forever tho but it may work.
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darshit4612 said:Arvind Das said:Thanks all. Just figured it out. For anyone else having similiar issues. Go to Internet Explorer--> Tools---> Internet Setting---> LAN Setting--> Clear any proxies
I will try this today. Thanks
Could you explain? I have windows 10 and i can't find the LAN Settings and I have the same problem as you