I am having a problem with my computer and the internet. I can connect fine and pull up pages but after a while the pages will stop loading. Sometimes it is within a few minutes of using the internet or sometimes it will go a few hours. When I check my connection it shows that I am connected. I have tried troubleshooting, updating IE, trying firefox. Nothing works.
It's Windows 7 laptop that connects to my home wireless network, but won't load any internet pages and just times out. Other old laptops connect to this network (and load pages) just fine. If I take my new laptop to another wireless network - ie McDonalds - it connects and loads pages just fine.
IE and Firefox both refused to load my homepage (google) or any other page in my bookmarks. Uninstalled and reinstalled both, even going back a couple of versions and still nothing. I know I'm connected as my iPhone works fine. With this in mind, I tried opening up safari to see what that would do and to my supprise, it works fine, bit slow but still, at least it works. So now I defiantly know that the Internet is working.
I have done so much research and tried almost everything on these forums, but still the internet wont load on my laptop. It is a Acer mini with Windows 7 starter. The other day the internet just stopped loading pages. It shows that it is connect to my router, and when I try to go to a page, it just says loading. I tried to connect with the ethernet chord from the modem and it does the same thing. I think there is a connection, but just wont load pages because the avast will update the virus definitions. I've tried to update the drive, reset the ipconfig. One thing I noticed is that the ip6v says not connected but the ip4v says internet. If I can do anything to get more info I surely will post it back up here, I just need to get my connection back up
My computer (running windows XP and connected to the internet with a D Link USB adapter) refuses to load any webpages: despite showing full signal strength and connection in both the D Link settings and the windows XP wireless panel.I am able to ping websites and other computers in the house (all of which are able to access the internet) but no pages load in any browser I try.
I am trying to fix my mycomputer, which seems to ok except that it cannot connect to the internet. The connection is wired and works fine (my another computer, next to my computer works well). I have tried another wire connection at local cyber cafe, it worked fine there.
I use my android as a mobile hotspot to connect to the internet on my laptop. My laptop says it is connected to the internets.d has a strong connection but will not load any page on internet. I use my mobile hotspot to connect to the internet on other devices and it works great. I am using windows 7 operating system and internet explorer for my browser.
My computer had a filter on it that used a proxy server. The company (called Familink) went out of business. They provided an application for removing the filter, but it did not work, and the filter was never removed. I believe when the filter was installed, it modified the registry to prevent internet browsing unless the proxy was active. Now, since the company is out of business, there is no way to use the proxy, and I cannot browse the internet at all. I can still connect to secure (https://) sites just fine, but not any other channel. It is not a problem with the ISP, because I can browse the internet just fine on the same computer using linux. It just does not work with windows. When running a diagnostic test, I get error 0x2751, or "WSAEHOSTUNREACH"
I`m new here I recently purchased the dir-615. I started configuring with cd but i couldn`t get past the step where it should verify if cables are plugged in , so I did it manually. Some pages won`t load , internet speed is slow ( Both wireless and lan speed ) . I am using a PPPOE connection , I even got my ISP to check my settings, and he said it was alright but it reduces my speed by a lot. Usually I download with 1 MB/s with the router on wi-fi I hardly get 50 kb/s and on lan max is 100 kb/s.
I can't connect to the internet through Google chrome or explorer, pages simply won't load.
-can't ping the pc from other pc but can ping the modem - internet shows connected and receiving data - all connections tight - internet/wireless modem working fine working fine with my other pc/laptop - all other programs on the pc seem to work fine - I have changed no settings on the pc since I last used it and the internet - I had not used the internet in approx 2 months on the problem pc - I tried turning off the firewall. - running XP
I'm having problems loading web pages. It's inky on one laptop as other devices and pcs work. The laptop in question is running windows 7 and I haven't made any substantial changes to it as of late. The network centre says I'm connected to the router with full bars. When I use chrome it comes up with a dns lookup failed error, IE7 just says cannot display, when I click diagnose nothing comes up. So far I have changed the dns server addresses to 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 under internet protocol version 4. This worked until restarting the laptop. I've also typed, under advice, something in the cmd box for dns flush
I have a neighbor whose wireless network is not secured (open). When I try connecting to it, it appears connected like a normal wireless network -except without the bell sound that I get form my wireless card software when the connection is successful-. However, web pages cannot be displayed nor can I update any software, and it is as if there is no internet connection at all. Actually, I have used my neighbor's wireless internet for a long time before the occurrence of this problem, and I can connect to any other open wireless network without any problems. Do you think that my neighbor has changed something in the settings of his wireless network to prevent me from accessing it? What should I do in order to solve this problem from my laptop?
I'm currently using a Belkin F5D8233 wireless router and an HP DV6 laptop. My internet used to work just fine, but after I reinstalled my OS a couple of months ago I started having a funny problem. My internet will randomly stop working, I'll visit facebook, check a blog, and then i'll try to check my email and the page won't load. Then my internet won't work again until I reset my computer. The weirdest part is that Windows acts there's nothing the matter. The little icon in the notification bar still says it's connected and if I click repair, windows tells me there's nothing to repair. My wife has a different laptop and she's still able to access the internet fine after I've been kicked off. I've checked for a router firmware update and it's up to date. I bought a usb wireless-n adapter thinking my laptop's adapter might be bad and that didn't work. I considering buying a new router, but I'm not confident that will solve the problem since my wife's internet is still fine and because my internet works again when I reset, so it's not like the router is blocking my IP right?
They all just decide to not load pages fairly often. It happens on my netbook and PC, has been going on for like a year. Formatted each pc at least once since it started. It's really annoying. It's been awhile since I used firefox so I dont remember that error message but Chrome gives me the sad face with the x's in it's eyes and says oops I cannot load the page. On pages that auto refresh it happens ALOT. Once I click the refresh button once or twice it loads it fine. My HTC EVO doesnt have any trouble with the internet when I have it connected to my router. The operating system is Windows 7.
I'm trying to fix a weird web browsing problem with our Acer Aspire One netbook running XP SP3 I can't get IE or Safari to load web pages but I am connected to our D-Link wireless router and can ping our ISP. Today Windows even downloaded, installed the latest updates and asked to reboot. So I know there is an internet connection and it's working just fine.I have:installed and run AVG and then uninstalled it disabled windows firewall uninstalled everything that wasn't necessary checked the browsers aren't working offline checked for proxy settings in both safari and IE completely reset IE to all of its default settings done a clean boot according to the directions on the MS site url... The log from ipconfig/all and ping google.com are below. [code]
Let me start with what the problem is. Some pages like google open very fast while some takes a lot of time and sometimes do not load at all.I tried pinging certain websites along with mygame website mabinogi.nexon.net and the request timed out. I tried a few solutions
1) Switched browser and it didn't seem to work (Even the client I use for the game Mabinogi disconnects every 5 to 10 mins)
2) Tried changing the DNS to OpenDNS and it still didn't work
3) Tried using network on safe mode with networking and still I got the same result. That is some pages take a lot of time while others load soon.
But I seem to have come across a problem that my lack of networking experience wont allow me to fix myself.For some reason for the past few days my net has been acting strange. For instance I can be logged into an MMO but when I try to open chrome or any other browser and do a quick Google search I get DNS errors or just "cannot connect to (website name). Yet i am still online perfectly fine Via MSN,SKYPE,Online games.It doesn't happen all the time just seems to be intermittent. I could be looking at a page and then it will all of a sudden loose connection and it wont load any further.[CODE]
Sometimes they load after restarting computer but if you close browser and try open it again they wont load most of the time.Steam has also stopped working and freezes at part where its trying to connect to account. Also "internet" symbol and bottom left corner says two different things at same time:
Network Internet Connection
Network No Internet Connection
Problem has gotten worse by day. First one restart would fix problem but now steam won't work and if you get pages to load after closing browser you need to restart computer couple of times before pages are loading again.
Since yesterday, nearly every time I load a web page it either doesn't stop loading or sometimes doesn't even load at all. At first I thought that the problem was just with Chrome, but I've since tried Firefox and Explorer and get the same issue. I've tried scanning for viruses, malware and even ran Boostspeed to see if it will solve the problem, but nothing has worked.
I don't know why this has happened all of a sudden, I've not made any significant changes or installed anything new so I'm stumped. I have the fastest fiber optic package my ISP has, so it isn't down to not having enough bandwidth.Can I try resetting my router with the pinhole at the back, or will that cause me to lose settings, which I won't be able to restore ,and not be able to connect to the internet at all? (I know the routers password)
Recently I have been having problems with my computer. For some reason It says that it is connected to the internet and will work for a few minutes, but then suddenly stop working yet still say it is connected to the internet. I have looked around the forums for things like this and I haven't found a fix yet. What I do to get internet is to swap between the 2 wifi signals in our house. I am the only person in my house who uses PC. The rest of my family uses mac, so we have mac routers. I have an asus N53J. [code]
I've been having this problem for around two years on my current laptop, but today it finally got so frustrating I had to ask about it. I've tried and tried to search for others with a similar problem, but have never found a good solution. When my computer turns on and connects to an internet source (LAN or wifi), it will work fine indefinitely. However, if I join a different LAN or wireless network later, such as when I go from home to school, it will connect to the new network, but after a few minutes, I will be unable to load any web pages (Connection timed out).
Skype and email still work fine, and the only browser I use is firefox, so this may be a firefox-specific issue. If I reset the network adapter being used, then I will be able to load websites again, but after 2-30 minutes, I will run into the same issue and have to reset the adapter again. Joining a different network does not resolve the problem. Restarting firefox does not resolve the problem. Clearing the firefox cache is a temporary solution only, similar to resetting the network adapter. Restarting the computer entirely will result in no connection problems, until I have to change networks again.
Specs are below, and again, I connect to the internet using firefox 14.0.1 Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 22.214.171.124 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 720 @ 1.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 30 Stepping 5 Processor Count: 8 RAM: 4030 Mb Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 310M, 512 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 464783 MB, Free - 133483 MB; Motherboard: TOSHIBA, Portable PC Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled
My Internet is connected as I can load pages through my iPhone on my wireless signal BUT on my laptop the only page that will load is my UniSA home page and my Uni email - nothing else will load - I have tried Mozilla, IE & Safari and get the same response with all of them. Don't know if I have accidentally done something or what?
I can connect to my mom's wireless network but now all of a sudden I can't get any pages to load. All I get is this page cannot be displayed screen. My computer shows I'm connected with an excellent signal but I can't get any pages to load, I can't even send and receive my e-mail.
I've had problems with my net connection at home, Skype is working; at least just for IM, i haven't tried phone / web cam functions, but nothing else will, Firefox / IE can't load any pages, Live Messenger won't sign in, etc etc. I've had a few phone calls with my ISP who ended up running a line test and they insist that everything there end is fine.
have problem with WRT54GH, almost every second page after reload gets an error message: Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): The connection was reset. Tried both on IE, Firefox, Chrome Tried to disable antivirus, no effect, the pages still load not all the time, firmware upgraded to the latest version. Before didi not have such problem with Zyxel W330EE.
I am having trouble with my wireless connection. I am only able to visit websites but if I try to use the internet for anything else (AIM, Yahoo instant messenger, etc), it will not work. This is not a modem issue because my other computers' connections still work fine.
I'm currently writing this from my fiances house, due to the fact that my internet is currently not working. I'm not sure what happened, but yesterday afternoon, all of the sudden, I couldn't load webpages. I went and power cycled the router and modem and everything, still nothing works. It says I am connected to it and the Internet, but webpages will not load. I'm a little confused because the program Skype was working, but nothing else was. Any idea how to fix this? I don't have any information from the computer such as IP configuration or any of that since I am not at home. The router is connected to a desktop PC running Windows XP, and it is wirel
Can the quality of my phone line affect the ability of web pages to load? Some times web pages load flawlessly at other times browser says web page found but it refuses to load. I assume that things could get slow if I am downloading various updates in the background. What could be my problem? My phone line is on poles-underground-been spliced and on the end of the line. Seems like when I need to connect I can't.
She has an older HP Vista laptop that connects to the internet just fine (including downloading updates, connecting to messenger clients, etc.), but it will not connect to any of her browsers...
1. I understand firewalls can throw huge issues, I am pretty sure this is where the problem lies. She was using Ad-aware and I am pretty sure that the window that popped up that she clicked switched her firewall settings back to default and left something weird in the system. When I try to disable Windows firewall and go back to Ad-aware it won't let me exit snooze. It asks if I confirm and when I do nothing happens.
2. I have done a winsock reset and made sure that the proxy boxes are unchecked to make sure there isn't a proxy problem.
3. The ipconfig/reset threw no errors, everything looks fine.
4. No hardware conflicts or errors reported in device manager and all drivers are up to date. Again since the internet is actually working minus the browser I don't think it is a hardware issue.
5. No virus detected. Symantec is loaded on the laptop did a run with that, also have AVG that I installed and ran (disabled one and did the other, never run simultaneously). AVG is now uninstalled as Symantec is disabled to avoid any conflict with AdAware.
Is there any way to completely disable all firewalls, remove any settings or registries (if any), and start from scratch with it? Also, as networking is by far my weak point, is there anything I need to check as far as the DNS is concerned?