My laptop now is using windows 7 operating system. When i want to use wifi it connected but cannot access the webpage. I am using wifi from my android device. Before this my laptop is working normally. I can access to the webpage like usual. But since three days ago it happen. what is going on with my laptop or my android device. But my android device can access to internet normally.
My laptop says that it is connected to my home wireless home network but no web pages seem to load yet when I connect to my neighbours connection using the same machine it connects and the browser loads instantly? I have made sure that the detect proxy settings box is ticked, and tried to reset my router, could it be a problem with my router and not my laptop?
I have a wireless network (cable modem and router) set up in my home, which all of my devices are able to connect to the internet just fine, all but two; one is a netbook and the other is a desktop. The netbook has a wireless card built in, and the desktop has usb wireless card. Both of devices are running xp (both are the only compters in my home ran on xp), and these are the only two devices that will not connect to the internet wirelessly, except for when the wireless is unsecure these two devices connect fine, but once I enable a password these two devices say connected with an excellent signal strength, but once I open up the brower no web page comes up (just a message saying server not found). These two computers are able to install automatic program updates from over the internet, but still no web page will come up.
I have netbook with win xp It is connected wirelessly to modem the internet was working until we upgraded the modem , now i see on the netbook that it is connected to internet but when i open internet page it dispays server not found I tried the answers posted to repair ip or winsock but it didn't work
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?
I am trying to connect my laptop to a wireless router at my home, however, it shows limited access and when i browse the internet, i can't surf through the net. I have typed in my SSID and key correctly.
I've got a refurbished lenovo Y470 notebook, just out of the box. I was planning on spending the day configuring it, removing bloatware, ect. but I can't acces the internet. I'm at work, there is a guest wireless network for us, I can connect with my phone so the network is up. I was able to connect normally to my home network last night, not sure why I can't connect here. Running win 7 home premium.
I have many computers and work on a wireless network. We live in a very large multi-unit building in a very large city. We hadn't had any issues with connectivity for a while, but recently the PCs in the office cannot stay connected for more than a minute or two. It happens to our two desktops and one laptop; the only computer that seems immune is the lone apple laptop. The PC laptop has much less difficulty staying on when I sit in the room with the router. The office is literally the next room over, less than 20 feet. The network still shows up as an available network, it just won't connect. All the impacted computers will be fine for maybe a minute and then will all drop out at the same time. Rarely (like once in the past month) there will be no issues at all, and we can stay on all day. We have changed the channel of it a few times, but there are at least 15 other networks nearby. The router is relatively new, it is a Netgear Rangemax Duo wireless n-adapter. We have gotten to the point where we have no idea where to go next.
My laptop says that it is connected to the internet but that i have no internet access, everyone around me has laptops that will work fine with the same wifi source but mine wont pull up any pages at all
Bought my new Sony Vaio today that of course came with Windows 8. I have completed the setup and installed Norton 360 and Office and tried (unsuccessfully) to uninstall McAfee. Now when i boot up the computer the WI-FI connects (with a full, four bar connection) however, when i try and open IE or the store, I get a connection issue saying there is no internet access
at my home i have a d-link router i have configure the modem to set it to be the same ip address in my old file server ip..and now my wifi can't auto connect for my phone and laptop..they has to insert a static ip address to connect the wifi...
i connect to the internet using wifi and the 5 bars slowly come up in the lower right and say i am connect but over the top of the bars i get wireless icon with yellow star over it; so whats that all about and how do i fix it nothing should be overlaying the 5 bars ?
my netgear wireless modem model - wgr614 v10. When I connect router to PC via LAN cable the wifi speed on my mobile goes to around 8MBPS and as soon as I disconnect LAN cable from PC it went down to almost 0. In short wifi only working fine when LAN is connected to my PC . I have selected channel 11 and Mode upto 54 MBPS and WPA-PSK key. My region is North America and latest firmware is available on my router. As recommended by some netgear support representative I changed the Fragmentation Length and CTS/RTS Threshold to 2304 but the problem is still there. What I noticed after that is as soon as I remove the LAN cable from my PC the wireless network start showing me no Internet access. And as soon as I insert LAN cable again to my PC wifi start working.
What's happened is that after transferring my old PC's data onto my new one, and putting that one in place of my old one, therefore hooking up my modem to it, my wireless devices have been having trouble connecting to the router. Everything's hooked up fine, and it was working perfectly before, but now my devices such as my laptop and Droid Pro can SEE the router (As in connect to it and say that they are getting excellent signal strength), but when I try to open my browser, it asks as if I'm not connected to anything at all. The PC that's wired to the modem through the router works fine, however.
I recently moved house and got a new ISP. I followed their instructions and set up my broadband. connection is working fine through the LAN, and I can connect to the wifi on my phone but when I try to connect my laptop via wifi it says it's connected but I can't access the internet and it looks like it's sending packets but not receiving.
Bought my new Sony Vaio today that of course came with Windows 8. I have completed the setup and installed Norton 360 and Office and tried (unsuccessfully) to uninstall McAfee. Now when i boot up the computer the WI-FI connects (with a full, four bar connection) however, when i try and open IE or the store, I get a connection issue saying there is no internet access. I am using the same Wi-fi network to post this on this forum, so it seems the issue must be on the Vaio side?
a couple of days ago we lost our connection for a few hours, but I wasn't really concerned as it happens from time to time, but on my computer it never returned. I can connect to the network but I am not able to reach my router management page nor do i have any real connection. All the other (several) devices work perfectly in the house. Also if I use my phone's USB tethering I do actually have connection (although pretty slow). I've ran Spybot S&D and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware but neither of them showed anything of relevance as far as I am concerned. It doesn't work in safe mode either.
I use a TP-Link TL-WR1043 router and a TL-WN722N as the receiver.
My hp/g62 is fine conecting to the wifi, but browser (chrome or Explorer - the same story) is only sometimes richable. It is alike I can see one website every 60 min. browser says: the website is unavaiable, connect later, and down on it: dns is not responding. Other time: connect error: time out etc?
At first, it says "limited or no connectivity" and after reading possible solutions, it now says connected and has a very good signal but once I open Mozilla or Google Chrome, there's no internet connection. The icon doesn't also have that blue light that I think is an indication that it has internet connection. My roommate can connect to this wifi with no problems, her notebook is Acer, just like mine. We also have a wifi at home and it connects smoothly. I don't why I'm having problems with this aztech wifi here. Btw, I do not own this wifi or router. It's like an open network.
im at university and im trying to get connected with their wifi. When i start up the computer it says that I am connected but when i try to access the internet it won't load. I have tried doing a virus scan and i have tried using other browsers but i still can't figure out how to fix it. Also, it works when I plug an ethernet cable into the wall but as soon as i take it out it stops working.
My HP laptop connects to the router via wifi always. However page loading is very slow. The google home page can take 30-40 seconds. The other laptop we have works fine. If I connect the HP laptop to the router using a cable it runs very quickly always. I have nortons security installed on the HP laptop.I ran ipconfig/all. I pinged the router default gateway address and got back 192.168.0.1. This worked. I then opened a browser and tried to load a page. It was slow to load.I ran ipconfig/all again. The default gateway address had changed. When I pinged the original default gateway address it was losing 1-2 packets and the other packets were very slow. It seems like the router or wifi is losing packets and the default gateway address keeps changing.
I turned off the wifi and used a cable to the router. I ran ipconfig/all. I pinged the router default gateway address and got back 192.168.0.1. I did this several times and the same address came back. Unlike the wifi example above nothing was changing.It must be this laptop's settings as our two smartphones connect to the wifi router and the other laptop as well and speed is not an issue.
My laptop connected to internet with wifi, but it cannot use even my laptop detect connected, when i run trobleshooter it's show 'no valid IP address' even i already set up to automatically detect , restart my wifi router and unplug doesn't make any changes