I am setting up two identical workstations at the company I work for. They are both brand new HP computers running Windows 7 64 bit. I set up one computer fine and added it to our domain. I tried connected the second computer and I can add it to the domain but for some reason it says "No Internet Access". I can ping our server and anything else on the network, but any website I try won't come up.
Most of the related issues I've searched for were all viruses but since this is brand new and has never been online that is not the case...unless an HP tech decided to play a cruel joke of course!
Could it be the network card? I didn't think so since it connects locally but who knows. I also disabled and enabled, took our sonicwall down and tried to obtain settings automatically, nothing works!
So I bought a new computer an Acer AX34703-ESTOP I don't know if that sais anything but anyways I was trying to connect to my internet which who would be listed and works fine on all my other products but my internet has a password and when I would click on it while listed it would say : Windows Was unable to connect to ..... Network and it would'nt even ask for my password
the internet connection to my computer was fine. Nothing wrong with it at all. I turned my computer off and went to bed. When I woke up the next day morning and turned my computer on, there was no internet connection. I turned my computer back off and went to school.I tried unplugging and plugging the Ethernet cable back in, but it will no longer connect with the Ethernet cable. I have managed to get it to work wire lessly.
My computer will not connect to the internet, it was working fine then all of the sudden disconnected, I have tried all the basic things like restarting the modem and using a different Ethernet, but none of those worked, so I am convinced that the problem is with the computer itself. I have it set up so that my netbook(which I am using right now) is wirelessly connected to the internet, and I have a ethernet cable going from the netbook to my desktop, giving the desktop internet(until it had this connection problem). I am using windows xp professional, and I have spent a lot of time browsing to try and fix the problem, but so far it is to no avail. First I'll start by saying when i try to repair the connection it comes up with the message " the following steps of the repair operation failed: renewing the IP address" I tried using ipconfig /release then ipconfig /renew, but when I do this it says "an error occured while renewing interface local area connection: unable to contact you DHCP server. request has timed out" when I type in "ipcofig" it says my IP address is 169.254.xxx.xx, after researching more i found out that this is bad, but when i try to renew to get rid of it it gives me the "unable to contact DHCP" message. I even tried reformatting with a different windows disc but the connection problem still persists.
This morning I noticed my home computer would not connect to the Internet. I thought maybe it was my wireless router so I rebooted both my cable modem and my router.It didn't work, my router lights are all normal saying I have Internet access and such, and I realized I can get on from my phone wirelessly, however my computer that is wired has 0 connection, and WIFI works. When I go through my networks it says all my IP numbers are 0.0.0.0.
So last night I unplugged my modem from my computer because I had to move my computer to my other room. Now when I plugged everything to the computer today the internet didn't work. My computer only connects to a public network which is very slow. I want to connect it to my own home network but it doesn't
i just built my own pc and managed to get it working. so i buy a 25 ft cable and connect one side to my pc and the other one to my modem. my modem recognizes there is a cable connected to it and so does my pc, but it can't find an internet connection.
Recently I have had to forward some ports in my router settings for a game... but now my mothers computer (running windows xp) cannot connect to the internet. My computer however can connect to the internet. When I set up a manual broadband connection it does connect and everything works fine with my mothers computer.(with this I sometimes have to redial 2 or 3 times). My main concern is why all of a sudden the computer doesn't connect automatically to the internet?
And I have tried everything I can to fix it in the last 3 days. It has always worked on my home network as a home network, and one day it seems to decide it's a public network. My computer has some limitations even with it being with administrator rights because it works from a school domain. And it happens to be that one of the few things that are limited is the ability to change a network status from public to home/work. Other Windows 7 computers like the one I'm using now can change its options, so why not mine? I have tried everything I can to fix the problem.
I started from the basics, resetting router, wireless, and all. Also, I tried a local area connection directly, of course this made no difference. I then went through every possible thing I could in the troubleshooter, still nothing.I then went straight for manually making my own static IP by finding the IP and DNS through the cmd and all, it made no difference. I even went to changing the option of "unidentified networks" to be recognized as private, but that didn't work either.I did this combofix utility process, but nothing came out of that either.
I have a HP pavilion p6736f-b. It has wireless capability. It has wireless lan 802.11b/g/n. I know personal it can connect to the internet because I have done it before. Now when i try to connect to the internet it shows that no networks are available. This problems goes away when I use my wireless adapter and it can find my network name fine and I can connect to the internet. I want to be able to use my computer wireless without any usbs since it goes faster and I also use plenty of usb so I dont have the ability to always use a usb for my wireless adapter. I think the problem might be connected to me connecting my xbox 360 manually setting the ip address default gateway etc.
Internet was working fine this morning, then stopped just now.I have a Windows 7 computers connected via Wifi to my BT Homehub.Wireless icon in system tray has a yellow exclamation mark on it and cannot connect to the internet on any browser.Have tried a window restore to a couple of days back and have restarted numerous times, nothing has worked.
Myself and a friend used to play a game over the internet and join via ip address after a few years and upgrades to windows 7 we decided to do this again problem is we cannot seem to be able to connect via ip address using windows 7 does not even work after using port forward on my machine (host) and disabling firewalls on both machines.
I'm trying to connect to the internet through a Netgear wireless N-300 WNR3100 USB adaptor, but whenever I try to connect to the network, it says "The connection was unsuccessful. This computer currently has limited connectivity to MyNetwork." I have absolutely confirmed that it is not an issue with the device itself, because I went through an all-steps process with a Netgear representative trying to fix the issue, and once we tried to install and use it on my laptop it worked without a hiccup. But wait, there's more. My computer ALSO refuses to connect through a Netgear Wireless N WN111v2 adaptor, so it's very clearly not an issue with the adaptor. And I've saved the best for last: The computer won't even connect to the internet when plugged in directly to the LAN through an ethernet cable.
I've confirmed that the port and cable both work by trying to connect my laptop to them, and it works just fine. So the only option left is there's an issue with the ports on my desktop. They apparently only have problems connecting to the internet however; plugging in any other USB device has them work just fine, and even when the adaptors are plugged in, they have at least some connectivity capabilities, since the network shows up and allows me to attempt to connect to it.
I have a Belkin F5D8636-4 v2 N Wireless Modem Router. For some reason, it will only connect to the internet if the wired computer is plugged in and on. I tried starting the router without it plugged in and it kept trying and failing to connect to the internet. As soon as I plugged in the wired computer it connected to the internet. jhb019 has chosen the best answer to his/her question.Click here to view the answer that was selected.
A couple days ago my gateway nv53 running windows 7 suddenly shut down not too long after a virus was found, upon restarting the Internet is no longer connecting and saying it is connected with "limited access". My iPhone, Xbox, and other devices in my apartment still function normally and only my computer is not connecting.
I have two computers and a laptop. How can I pick up the internet using one router? They are in separate rooms. I done it b4, but was done by someone else, who's not here. I don't remember how she done it, and I'm having a problem
Heres my set-up. In my office building, there's a computer company that gets bundled T1 lines and sends them out to the offices and we pay them. So, in my office i have a jack with a cat5e cable that goes to my router. The issue is that the router's internet light won't turn on.We're on our third router and second brand so I'm pretty sure the router's aren't the problem. If i connect my computer to the same cat5 cable I get the internet without an issue. But, when i put my router in there, it gets nothing. Not even a yellow light.
im using windows 7, i dont know what happen but suddenly i cant access internet it says no internet access, this is happening few times but when i check other computer using same internet connecting its connected no problem with other computers.
I have a cable modem with 1 wired port and no router, ISP is Charter. I can't connect to the internet on my Windows 7 computer, but I can connect to the internet on my Windows 8 laptop. I have attached pictures of both computers ipconfigs.
I'm operating on a windows XP operating system (home computer)and having problems connecting to the internet. My router and modem are working fine as I am able to connect to the internet by using my laptop. I had McAfee on my computer and after reading the problems associated with it, uninstalled it. But after un-installation, I am still unable to connect to the internet.
I have an old computer that is Windows 98SE. It uses a dial-up connection, but I don't have a phone line anymore so I've been trying to find another way to connect it to the internet. I've tried connecting it to the internet by connecting it to my Linksys wireless broadband router but that doesn't do anything. I also have a wireless notebook adapter that I've also tried to use but the driver needs to be reinstalled or updated and I don't know how to do that. I've lost the installation disk that came with it also. Do I need to buy anything to make it work?
I have just reformatted my windows 7 ultimate. I have installed the Ethernet driver that came in the motherboard utilities CD. But the problem is computer is not picking up my network and its just saying unidentified public network and i cannot connect to the internet.The modem i use is Netgear cable voice gateway CVG824G. The connection is cable internet.