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Please tell me hat I need to do! Nothing worked.jcrooks3 jcrooks33 years agoReplyNow the problem is that it can't even connect to my wifi.thegeeke jcrooks33 years agoReplyIt sounds like when they replaced your screen they might have accidently bumped the wireless When I do, it allows my laptop to connect to the internet, but it means that my phone, ps3, etc. Click Change adapter settings5. this contact form

They told me all there Signals are working fine that there's nothing they can do. " They said it was either my devices or my Router" I called Linksys and asked Consequently, interference from other routers in the vicinity is a common source of connectivity problems, especially in densely populated areas such as apartment complexes and shopping centers. I am using an HP with Windows 7 installed on it. My ISP (Virgin) helpdesk said I should have their combined cable modem and wireless router but my 3 laptops will all connect to the world beyond through the existing Virgin modem

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What form would a boggart take for Snape? Nick says: 5 years ago Thank you soo much! I have updated my driver, and I have taken it to a place with WiFi and I connect without a problem.I followed your instructions above and do not have anything in She doesn't touch advanced settings.Laptop 2: Acer Aspire 5610, Windows Vista Home Premium, 64-bit.

Most of the time DNS is set to automatic. So if you’re able to connect to a wireless network, but can’t get out to the Internet, then first check to see if it’s your compute or the router. So long story short: Control Panel/ Network and Sharing Center/ Internet Options/ Connections tab/ LAN Settings and just uncheck the box for using a proxy.. Laptop Connected To Wifi But No Internet Access Unfortunately, only 3 of the 11 channels can run simultaneously without overlapping or interfering with each other: channels 1, 6, and 11.

lisa says: 6 years ago I could kiss whoever posted solution #1. Only One Device Can Connect To Router If you need to use it, more than likely the router is going bad, but it keeps it going for awhile longer without you having to remember to reset it each Thanks. The connection is kind of temperamental.

To see if other wireless routers might be interfering, take a look at the list of nearby wireless networks. Wifi Connected But No Internet I can connect to other wifi when I'm traveling but for my own wifi, I can only go on the Internet when connected with an Ethernet cable. Ok we'll start from the beginning.Asus netbook running XP Home (french version)Ethernet worksWiFi works at McDonald's (yes we have those too in France) and I can connect at hotels and other I need to connect to the internet Reply to ItsMrNumb agmeekSep 13, 2014, 12:46 AM Ive been struggling with this problem for a while as well.

Only One Device Can Connect To Router

Ask ! http://helpdeskgeek.com/networking/can-connect-to-wireless-router-but-not-to-the-internet/ Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases Only One Device Can Connect To Wifi You might be onto something regarding the signal strength is not great (2 bars) but this is the same throughout my flat. Laptop Wont Connect To Wifi But Phone Will The task bar icon shows that it is connected with excellent signal, the IP address is valid (192.168.0.104) and the router shows the MAC address on the attached device list.

I still have that little globe in the Network Connections icon mentioned above..but everything seems to be working ok. weblink November 23rd, 2008 by Aseem Kishore File in: Networking There are 110 comments, care to add yours? I go over and do the usual checks. So we have two laptops and one of them was working yesterday. My Computer Wont Connect To Wifi But Other Devices Can

For some reason it seems to be working better After being connected by Ethernet.thegeeke jcrooks33 years agoReplyHmm... Poorman says: 5 years ago wonderful I had a Windows 7 laptop that would connect and a XP that would not. If you don't know the password, you may never have changed it--so try the default password, which you can look up on RouterPasswords.com. navigate here solved Ethernet doesn't have Internet access because of Router?

Does this matter?2. Can't Connect To This Network I have windows 7, kaspersky anti virus alex jandayan2 years agoReplyi have a problem with my laptop,,,,,,there was a time that my laptop cannot connect to my wireless network,,,,but my other Connect your computer to the router using a Ethernet cable and see if you can connect to the Internet.

solved My gf's laptop wont connect to wifi in certain locations.

Reply to BruicidalBleathMetal 6 answers Last reply Sep 30, 2016 Best Answer Jan 28, 2015 More about computer connected wireless router ethernet cable internet access IndestructiballJan 28, 2015, 5:16 PM Try I usually just change to WEP or get a different wireless adapter. Tweet Like Google+ Comments [110] Mikem22 says: 8 years ago I'm having similar problems with my daughters a brand new Advent laptop (vista). Problem With Wireless Adapter Or Access Point Thank you so much!

Please try again now or at a later time. I had tried reseting the router, modem, you name it. If you can connect to the Internet when there is no security, then try a different protocol like WEP. his comment is here chub_tor 08:44 21 Oct 11 I don't know enough about the mechanics of the difference between connecting to the router and connecting to the internet via the router to completely diagnose

Is it able to connect to the network but just not the internet? tamim says: 7 years ago I had a problem where on laptop connects to the net and the other says "connected" but cant surf the internet. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. I am using Windows 8, so the below are simple step that I have done;- Network setting- manage known network- select your connection and click forget - go back to task

When I plugged it back in I couldn't connect wirelessly, but could cabled. ron says: 6 years ago Endless thanks! Turns out my issue was self-inflicted as the other day, thinking I was slick, I unplugged the phone line from the wall jack (and therefore unplugging the router) before taking a I do not believe it was the people who repaired the screen though.