Recently I reinstalled windows, before that my internet (and my wireless network) where working flawlessly. However, ever since I reinstalled windows (today), I either can't connect to my home network or when I do connect (by manually imputing the ip/dns/gate addresses) I won't receive any data (even though it registers that the data is being sent).
after I input the addresses, manually
the details of the network connection, and the source of my splitting headache
my wireless card
More about :signal strength excellent connection
June 6, 2008 12:08:19 PM
Set the TCP/IP Properties for DHCP and then post the output from ipconfig/all.
Your wireless router is your DHCP (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DHCP) server. Looks like it's not assigning an IP address to your wireless connection. Did you enable MAC filtering? Try reseting your router to the factory defaults and connecting.