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Network Limited Access all of the sudden? STILL NEED HELP PLEASE!

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  • Network Access
  • Limited Connectivity
  • Wireless
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  • Wireless Network
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August 3, 2014 4:21:14 PM

System info:
4690K @ 4.4 (reverted to try to fix it)
GTX 770
Rosewill RNX-N150PCx PCI 2.2 Wireless Adapter
Gigabyte z97X gaming 5
Windows 8.1 Pro 64 bit
5 bars of wifi, limited.

So here's what happened:

For a while now, Ive noticed my mouse light stays on after i turn my pc off.

I went into my bios to see if there was a setting i could change to stop that.

The only setting i changed was the boot sequence. It was at CD drive, SSD with OS, HDD. I changed it to SSD, CD, HDD. I changed this because I just wanted it to boot to the SSD.

I restarted my computer, came to the desktop and went to the internet. no connection...

I went back into the BIOS and changed the boot sequence back to what it was.

Problem still happened.

Went to sleep, hoping it would fix itself...

still no internet.

I go to network and sharing center.

'view your basic network info and set up connections'

unknown. The dependency group failed to start.

Then I ran diagnostics.

Problems found:
The Diagnostics Policy Service is not running.

Pressed fix, and it didnt fix.

Then I saw a windows notification.

Says my firewall is off.

Go to turn it on...

"windows cant turn on firewall"

Whenever I click "use recommended settings it says "Error code 0x8007042c"

What i've done:

Put in some codes in CMD (idk exactly, some I found onthe web)

Scanned for viruses

Uninstalled wireless card, re-installed (in windows)

Reset bios to defaults


Please help me. Ill do whatever you need me to do.

Thanks so much!

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August 3, 2014 4:33:05 PM

try this from this from a command prompt:

netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

Then restart
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August 3, 2014 4:38:11 PM

corroded said:
try this from this from a command prompt:

netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

Then restart


Resetting interface, OK!
Resetting Neighbor, OK!
Resetting Path, OK!
Resetting, Failed
Access is Denied

Resetting OK!

Didnt work

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August 3, 2014 4:43:21 PM

almost sound like a disk read error. Can/did you run a chkdsk /f Did it find anything?

When you go into the Device Manager... Do you have a Network adapters section? Do both the Ethernet and the WiFi adapter even show in there?
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August 3, 2014 4:46:23 PM

corroded said:
almost sound like a disk read error. Can/did you run a chkdsk /f Did it find anything?

When you go into the Device Manager... Do you have a Network adapters section? Do both the Ethernet and the WiFi adapter even show in there?


Under Network adapter I have my Killler Ethernet and my 802.11n wireless LAN card

Shoudl i do a CMD and type /chkdsk? or is it a different command.

Thanks!

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August 3, 2014 4:50:30 PM

trying a system restore to when it was working.
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August 3, 2014 4:52:34 PM

an unspecified error occured in system restore. 0x80070005
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August 3, 2014 5:04:51 PM

I went into CMD typed "chkdsk C" and it said the drive wasnt valid.
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August 3, 2014 5:08:49 PM

corroded said:
almost sound like a disk read error. Can/did you run a chkdsk /f Did it find anything?

When you go into the Device Manager... Do you have a Network adapters section? Do both the Ethernet and the WiFi adapter even show in there?


I think i found another way to do check disk. It said there was problems that need repair, but it wasnt specific.
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August 3, 2014 5:51:30 PM

corroded said:
almost sound like a disk read error. Can/did you run a chkdsk /f Did it find anything?

When you go into the Device Manager... Do you have a Network adapters section? Do both the Ethernet and the WiFi adapter even show in there?


Can you please help me! sorry for being so inpatient. Thanks. If you dont know anything else, then let me know. Thanks.
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August 3, 2014 6:28:23 PM

sorry... was away from system..

in Explorer, right click on the C drive, select Properties, then Tools tab, then Check now button in Error-checking, check both boxes in Check Disk Local Disk (C:)  screen, then Start. The system needs to reboot to do this and will take up to an hour. BUT it wil find and fix any physical errors it can
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August 3, 2014 6:52:15 PM

corroded said:
sorry... was away from system..

in Explorer, right click on the C drive, select Properties, then Tools tab, then Check now button in Error-checking, check both boxes in Check Disk Local Disk (C:)  screen, then Start. The system needs to reboot to do this and will take up to an hour. BUT it wil find and fix any physical errors it can


Ok I will try that after I get off the phone with Microsoft. I am on hold now while the guy is researching. I doubt he knows what hes doin lol. Ill report back.

Thank you so much!
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August 3, 2014 8:00:21 PM

corroded said:
sorry... was away from system..

in Explorer, right click on the C drive, select Properties, then Tools tab, then Check now button in Error-checking, check both boxes in Check Disk Local Disk (C:)  screen, then Start. The system needs to reboot to do this and will take up to an hour. BUT it wil find and fix any physical errors it can


I fixed it. microsoft was no help. I somehow system restore to work. Thanks
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