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December 25, 2013 8:32:15 PM

Hi. I'm using a HP Pavilion G6 laptop and I upgraded to Windows 8.1 last week.

My problem is that my laptop says it is connected to the home Wi-Fi network, but I'm not able to access the internet through any applications, be it chrome, utorrent, or any games. Every other device in my home is able to connect and I can properly use the internet without issue.

This happened last week and I found out that a McAfee update was to blame. Unfortunately the same solution did not work work. I'm now out of options.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Thank you in advance!

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December 28, 2013 10:10:08 PM


There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...
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January 1, 2014 2:11:02 AM

Thank you for your response, bro! I was able to get it to work. Though, what I did seems to only be a temporary solution. Here's what I did. I had a suspicion McAfee was to blame again, and tried to open the application and check out all the settings. But, the application would not open up, and the process was down as 'not responding' in the task manager. I did not know what to do, and just restarted the laptop. This time, the intender was working. Also, McAfee was responding properly. I used the internet just fine, until, after about a couple of hours, the internet would not work again. Same add before, it showed 'connected', but the internet was not working. Again, McAfee became unresponsive. Ii restarted again, and this time, it seemed to hold up. It seems to be holding up just fine for now..... I'll try our your solution first thing, the next time the connection goes out. Thank you!
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January 1, 2014 2:25:27 AM

even i was having the same problem, i dont know the exact reason...but what i do is..
1)go to cmd prompt type
"ipconfig/release" enter
"ipconfig/renew""enter
orelse
2)go to network & sharing center
adaptor setting
disable the connection n again enable it...
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January 8, 2014 8:06:25 PM

avinashagunde said:
even i was having the same problem, i dont know the exact reason...but what i do is..
1)go to cmd prompt type
"ipconfig/release" enter
"ipconfig/renew""enter
orelse
2)go to network & sharing center
adaptor setting
disable the connection n again enable it...


I tried them both, bro. Did not work.
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March 27, 2014 1:53:55 PM

I am having the same problem. But when I go to view my networks, I see a mobile phone there, as soon as it disappears, my internet is back up again. Is this an intruder? I am a bit concerned about this. I do not have a mobile phone connected as a network.

Update: The mobile phone changes each time. At the moment the properties say:

C1905_1274-5523
Manufacturer: Sony
Model: C1905
Model number: C1905
Mac address: 1c:7b:21:e2:f3:26

There are other subjects but they all say unavailable next to them.
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March 29, 2014 12:45:21 AM

1. Start ------ msconfig.exe
2. Select “General” ------------- “Selective Startup” ----------- No Tick “Load Startup Item” --- “Apply”
3. Select “Services” ------------- “Hide all Microsoft Services” ----------- “Disable all” ------ “OK”
4. Restart .
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April 28, 2014 11:44:55 AM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


I attempted this and it would not work. I am on a HP running windows 8.1. When I found the folder using the search function and attempted to remove them it said told that I didn't have the authorization to delete them and that I would need to get permission from windows trusted installer. Can you shed some light into this issue? I was able to access the internet 2 days ago via wifi and now I am not thru any sort of wifi although it shows I am connected.

Thanks in advance
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May 22, 2014 7:29:35 AM

Na Rinda

it worked..but what are the side effects of it??
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May 22, 2014 8:55:15 AM

kpy said:
Na Rinda

it worked..but what are the side effects of it??


Basically all the services of any non Microsoft related applications will no longer startup with the computer. This includes your anti virus. If I were you I would go through and check different startup services to see which ones are affecting you. Another option would be to check your event viewer for errors around the time your internet stops workings. It definitely sounds like its McAfee throwing a fit and blocking all traffic, you could try re installing it or switching AV products.

You could also try leaving all the services unchecked except the Mcafee ones and see if the issue pops up, I would put money on it being Mcafee.
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May 22, 2014 6:19:56 PM

johnsonma

Thanks! i ticked on my antivirus.
working fine on startup.
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June 11, 2014 5:12:55 PM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


I do this process regularly (As of reading yours' and OP's (Original Poster's) Message. I still get kicked of the internet, but mainly whenever someone else connects to the internet. This problem also happens regularly. I posted something on the forums about this.
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June 15, 2014 2:50:13 PM

Wow! ThAt worked. So counter intuitive. More evidence if the incompetence of MS programmers. So not the same as the people of 25 years ago.
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June 20, 2014 1:26:24 PM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


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July 29, 2014 6:57:26 AM

Thanks!
I did the ipconfig commands and instantly had internet access.
I didn't even have to disable and enable the network .
Thanks again!

Saitu282 said:
avinashagunde said:
even i was having the same problem, i dont know the exact reason...but what i do is..
1)go to cmd prompt type
"ipconfig/release" enter
"ipconfig/renew""enter
orelse
2)go to network & sharing center
adaptor setting
disable the connection n again enable it...


I tried them both, bro. Did not work.


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August 2, 2014 4:43:04 AM

Dear Mirbasith I did have the same problem except I am connected to the wifi but not being able to connect any kind of network or skype or anything. What shall I do? Please help me.
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August 4, 2014 10:49:28 PM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


Um what do i type in run?
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August 8, 2014 4:38:21 PM

missjestr said:
mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


I attempted this and it would not work. I am on a HP running windows 8.1. When I found the folder using the search function and attempted to remove them it said told that I didn't have the authorization to delete them and that I would need to get permission from windows trusted installer. Can you shed some light into this issue? I was able to access the internet 2 days ago via wifi and now I am not thru any sort of wifi although it shows I am connected.

Thanks in advance


This worked for me!
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August 11, 2014 1:29:21 PM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


I had tried this for my computer which had everything the same. But it didn't work. Do you have anyother suggestions?
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August 16, 2014 5:13:28 PM

Saitu282 said:
avinashagunde said:
even i was having the same problem, i dont know the exact reason...but what i do is..
1)go to cmd prompt type
"ipconfig/release" enter
"ipconfig/renew""enter
orelse
2)go to network & sharing center
adaptor setting
disable the connection n again enable it...


I tried them both, bro. Did not work.


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August 16, 2014 5:14:57 PM

thanx for this solution. i was trying alot to get rid off but nothing works but ur this comand formula worked thankssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss :) 
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August 22, 2014 5:31:41 AM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


a1234 said:
thanx for this solution. i was trying alot to get rid off but nothing works but ur this comand formula worked thankssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss :) 


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August 22, 2014 5:33:22 AM

Can someone please help me please I have a dell xp and it says I've got full wifi connection but nothing loads!!! Every other laptop in the house connects and my iPad apart from my laptop. I read the comments but where do I type in gotorun etc?! Help please x
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August 22, 2014 7:09:02 AM

i've read where some laptops are having issues with Win 8.1... check for the latest BIOS update, check/reload video and network drivers. Maybe, but maybe not.
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August 22, 2014 10:53:26 AM

maarkr said:
i've read where some laptops are having issues with Win 8.1... check for the latest BIOS update, check/reload video and network drivers. Maybe, but maybe not.


How do I check those things?
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September 6, 2014 4:04:10 AM

i have HP probook 4430s , i a have same problem.. and non of these solutions works for me :( 
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September 6, 2014 7:16:27 PM

AceoFSpadesShri said:
i have HP probook 4430s , i a have same problem.. and non of these solutions works for me :( 


We have a DELL and Windows 8 -- the last two times we have tried to use a wi fi connection outside our home, we have this problem. The solutions above did not work (our Temp folder is empty; we did the ipconfig/release and ipconfig/renew commands - the release seemed to work but the renew command gave us an error)
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September 9, 2014 10:56:00 AM

I am having the same issue with my Toshiba running Windows XP. It was working fine until I changed my internet provider from AT&T DSL to Time Warner Cable Road Runner. My other two laptops running Windows 7 connected just fine after the conversion, but not the one running Windows XP (I know it is old -- used for specific purpose). I have tried everything I have read and read . . . .nothing. I uninstalled the virus program AVG because people were saying it could be interfering, I tried all of the ipconfig - release, renew, flush, etc. I did a system restore. I uninstalled and reinstalled adapters. I noticed that the IP address was different on the XP. The Windows 7 IP addresses both start with 192, whereas the XP started with 169. I read somewhere that an IP address starting with 169 is no good, so I tried to manually enter the same profile from my working laptop. It still says it is connected, but will not bring up any internet pages. It would not allow me to enter my network key - it said it had to be hexidecimals or something like that, so I checked "obtain key for me" and then it worked. Maybe that is part of the problem?
Any ideas, suggestions would be appreciated.
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September 22, 2014 12:17:46 PM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


Worked for me! Hope it'll keep the problem from happening again!
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September 23, 2014 8:21:07 AM

HI , i found a solution . Open command prompt as administrator and write these commands and restart your computer

ipconfig/flushdns
nbtstat -R
nbtstat -RR
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset
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September 24, 2014 3:40:03 AM

hey, I've got the same problem recently. It was related to the IP address which was provided by DHCP server. For some reasons the IP was provided always the same. I've set different IP, gateway and DNS manually in network properties, then connected and disconnected, then enabled automatic IP again. Finally this worked.
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October 4, 2014 3:32:15 PM

I tried all these but nothing worked so I uninstalled McAfee & Installed Norton - Problem Solved:-)
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October 7, 2014 9:23:26 AM

My problem was that when I changed my provider, my older laptop's adapter was not compatible. I went to Best Buy and purchased an adapter,
one that supports WPA and WPA2 security with IEEE 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b standards. This worked. I also had tried everything I saw posted and nothing was working. It was a compatibility issue.

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October 8, 2014 1:13:00 AM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...

I followed your suggestion and found that my temp folder was empty. During the time I was looking for this solution I found the PC had sent an email that had been hanging for an hour on outlook, however internet connectivity is still a challenge. What else can I look at?

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October 10, 2014 5:21:02 AM

mirbasith said:

There is a simple solution for this issue of not able to get connected inspite of having connection: Goto Run:c:\temp . Here you have to delete all the files/folders that present in this temp folder.(don't leave any single file/folder) in this directory. Now, disconnect that internet connection which is annoying you.. press refresh of F5 on the desktop screen and then try to connect to that internet connection back, for your surprise you will find the internet connection on with its full speed.

If you resolve the issue with this resolution, pls leave a thanks giving feedback on board:bounce: 

I will be glad to know if my resolution is useful for others.. Thank you...


Yes, it worked, but the directory for me was c;\windows\temp. thanks very much!
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October 10, 2014 10:21:18 AM

Had the same issue and was searching the net for answers. Stumbled upon this site. Tried everything listed but it did not work EXCEPT uninstalling McAfee. Once it was uninstalled, I got my internet access almost immediately, no restart of PC required. Just thought of sharing. Hope this helps.
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October 12, 2014 6:25:52 PM

Iknowit88 said:
HI , i found a solution . Open command prompt as administrator and write these commands and restart your computer

ipconfig/flushdns
nbtstat -R
nbtstat -RR
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset


None of the previously mentioned fixes worked, but this one did! Thanks! My wifi and Ethernet connections both said that I had Internet access, but I couldn't connect. This fixed it!
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October 13, 2014 2:04:40 PM

Saitu282 said:
Hi. I'm using a HP Pavilion G6 laptop and I upgraded to Windows 8.1 last week.

My problem is that my laptop says it is connected to the home Wi-Fi network, but I'm not able to access the internet through any applications, be it chrome, utorrent, or any games. Every other device in my home is able to connect and I can properly use the internet without issue.

This happened last week and I found out that a McAfee update was to blame. Unfortunately the same solution did not work work. I'm now out of options.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Thank you in advance!


Hi my names Cris, I am a student in I.T I have decided to go online an try an answer all questions to see how good I actually am, do you still have computer problems?

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October 13, 2014 2:11:48 PM

12977744,0,1620984 said:
I am having the same problem. But when I go to view my networks, I see a mobile phone there, as soon as it disappears, my internet is back up again. Is this an intruder? I am a bit concerned about this. I do not have a mobile phone connected as a network.

Update: The mobile phone changes each time. At the moment the properties say:

C1905_1274-5523
Manufacturer: Sony
Model: C1905
Model number: C1905
Mac address: 1c:7b:21:e2:f3:26

Hi my name is Cris, I am a student in I.T I have decided to come to these forums an attempt to answer all questions to test how much I have learnt! Do you still have randoms connecting to your network? I only signed up 5 minutes ago.

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October 13, 2014 2:15:12 PM

rbutler1993 said:
Iknowit88 said:
HI , i found a solution . Open command prompt as administrator and write these commands and restart your computer

ipconfig/flushdns
nbtstat -R
nbtstat -RR
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset


Your local DHCP service is playing up, if you continue to have issues let me know an we will take it further! It kinda sucks constantly resetting your (TCP, Transmission Control Protocol and IP, Internet Protocol) daily to look at an email or surf the net like your friends!
None of the previously mentioned fixes worked, but this one did! Thanks! My wifi and Ethernet connections both said that I had Internet access, but I couldn't connect. This fixed it!


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October 16, 2014 1:01:21 PM

Iknowit88 said:
HI , i found a solution . Open command prompt as administrator and write these commands and restart your computer

ipconfig/flushdns
nbtstat -R
nbtstat -RR
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset


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All of this keeps on failing, what do I do now? I've tried every solution on here and it's just not working, the only solution I can think of is to refresh my pc but I need to connect to the internet so I can backup my Microsoft, please help!!!
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October 16, 2014 3:50:08 PM

I think I know what is going on, I would like you to check though, I would like you to get to the part where the internet is not working an follow these steps an send me back the information. I'm sure your not getting validated DNS settings from the DHCP server an that's all the problem is I think.

1. Once again go to Command Prompt
2. Type (Ipconfig /all)

Now please answer the following.........

Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection or Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Skip
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Skip
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : Skip
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Answer
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Answer
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : Skip
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : Answer including preferred OR not
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : Skip for now
Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : Skip
Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : Skip
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : Answer
DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : Answer
DHCPv6 IAID . . . . . . . . . . . : Skip
DHCPv6 Client DUID. . . . . . . . : Skip

DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : Answer
NetBIOS over Tcpip. . . . . . . . : Skip

The I will have a better idea OK. Talk soon










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October 17, 2014 9:09:40 AM

Wireless LAN adapter -
DHCP enabled - yes
Autoconfiguration enabled - yes
IPv4 Address - preferred
Default gateway - [removed]
DHCP Server - [removed]
DNS servers - [removed]

IP information removed by moderator. - G
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October 18, 2014 4:12:46 AM

Hadiyahxo said:
Wireless LAN adapter -
DHCP enabled - yes
Autoconfiguration enabled - yes
IPv4 Address - preferred
Default gateway - [removed]
DHCP Server - [removed]
DNS servers - [removed]

IP information removed by moderator. - G


Hadiyahxo said:
Wireless LAN adapter -
DHCP enabled - yes
Autoconfiguration enabled - yes
IPv4 Address - preferred
Default gateway - [removed]
DHCP Server - [removed]
DNS servers - [removed]

IP information removed by moderator. - G


I never got to read the addresses but don't worry, I don't need them, I need you to set your Default and DNS manually which is so easy, first I explain why I am saying this and where I get my information from. At school Cert 4 Networking, when we set up our own server's as assignments, one of the class room computer had the same problem, Our assignment is to have the server set all the addresses to the clients(in your case. Your router is the server an your the client). Now one of the computers wouldn't do it, we just used another one. That's because we can't manually set addresses or that would be a fail in the assignment.

Just before you do this, one quick question? Have you reset your tcp/ip settings in command prompt? Anywayz I will continue to manual configuring. Assuming you have windows 7,
1. Right click your network icon connection down bottom right hand corner of screen next to the clock.
2. Left click (Open Network and Sharing Centre)
3. Left click (Change adapter settings)
4. Right click your (Wireless Network Connection)
5.Left click (Properties)
6. Double Left click on (Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4))
7. Check (Use the following IP address)
8. Also Check (Use the following DNS server address)

Ok so now we need some IP addresses, assuming you don't understand and assuming I can nearly guess these settings for you we got a plan A otherwise plan B

Plan A

This is important ok. If you get these wrong then DO NOT EXPECT ANY INTERNET TO WORK and it will only be your fault but please read on....

Following list is a guess please don't just use this information, e.g only but I am close to guessing working of default settings!

Default gateway: [removed]
Subnet mask: [removed]

Notice I haven't got to the other addresses yet, well I need to explain, DNS is easy, for now set them on (eight.eight.four.four) and (eight.eight.eight.eight) they are Google's Server's in Australia Sydney, I use them all the time for online gaming an PC's they WORK!

Now the default gateway has to be the IP address of your router that you are trying to connect to wirelessly. If you can log into your router from your PC now but not get the internet that is a great thing, because with the help of Command Prompt we can get ya routers IP. Just goto command an type (tracert eight.eight.eight.eight) - USE NUMBERS LIKE THE REAL 8. That will start sending a packet to Sydney although you don't have the internet. It will fail after you see your routers IP address, da da, that's the answer for

Default gateway: was I close [removed]

Alrighty, time to give yourself an IP address that will not conflict with any other device, make sure the first 3 sets of number always remain the same as the Default Gateway, [removed]

Here is an example for your personal IP address that I wish to assign you.

[removed]


Please keep the last number between 2-99 because it should have them reserved automatically exactly for situations like this. 100-254 will be assigned to computers who connect with there settings on auto pilot (Obtain an IP address automatically)

Have your subnet mask on [removed]

The reason why we are doing all of this is because when your computer connects to your router it ask's for information such as DNS settings so your computer has a server to ask for directions, for some reason you don't get the details so your computer can never get outside of your house. Let's say on my machine I type www.google.com my computer sends that sentence I just typed to [removed] google Sydney. It sends back the IP of www.google.com which is [removed] Then your computer resends out to that address for the html source code to compile together in your internet explorer. Searching letters is easier for people to remember. Domain names that's all they are. Once you do set all this manually an stuff. remember to clear out old dns in memory. goto command prompt an type

Ipconfig /flushdns

Also delete everything in your temp folder in your windows directoy. Once all this is done restart your computer. Try this, I have more ideas to come. The solution is your giving your Wireless Network Adapter your own settings instead of riling on a DHCP server in your router.

Just a question, how many other machines can get internet from the same Default gateway? Please write back, also include what you have done so I can skip all that. Have you used command prompt to reset IPTCP also.

ipconfig/flushdns
nbtstat -R
nbtstat -RR
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset

Hope to hear from you, wanna keep trying hey.

IP information removed by moderator. Again, please don't post IP addresses - whether they are public or private. This is a public forum and anybody can see the information discussed. If you want to discuss IP routing in further detail, use the PM function for that. - G
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October 21, 2014 1:02:26 PM

i refreshed my laptop and it seems to be working fine now, thank you so much for trying!!
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October 22, 2014 10:12:01 PM

Tried a n number of solutions to deal with the problem. Finally this worked for me:

1. Go to Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) properties
2. In the General tab, select Obtain an IP Address automatically
3. Obtain DNS server address automatically
4. Click OK

and it should be done.
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November 7, 2014 10:26:14 AM

Iknowit88 said:
HI , i found a solution . Open command prompt as administrator and write these commands and restart your computer

ipconfig/flushdns
nbtstat -R
nbtstat -RR
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset


I signed up just to say that your solution was the only one that worked. Thanks
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November 7, 2014 11:14:54 AM

Iknowit88 said:
HI , i found a solution . Open command prompt as administrator and write these commands and restart your computer

ipconfig/flushdns
nbtstat -R
nbtstat -RR
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset


this worked all cool
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December 13, 2014 8:27:12 AM

Iknowit88 said:
HI , i found a solution . Open command prompt as administrator and write these commands and restart your computer

ipconfig/flushdns
nbtstat -R
nbtstat -RR
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset


Finally this one worked. What really happened and what you actually did to fix it? Thanks, daobing
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December 17, 2014 12:15:18 PM

I am also faceing the same issue on my dell laptop and windows 8.1 but i am able to access all https sites but not able to access http sites. Can someone help me?
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