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Q: Wireless connectivity issue

I'm also having this same problem. Have tried every suggestion proffered here to no avail. Running Windows XP SP2 (in Bootcamp on MacBook running Leopard), connecting to D-Link wireless ADSL 2+ Router. This same computer connects flawlessly in Mac OS X.

As soon as I boot up in Windows XP, however, the wireless connection shows up, indicates that my computer is connected to it, and that there is strong signal, but weak or no connectivity. On attempting to repair the connection, it informs me that the IP could not be acquired. The computer's IP shows up as 169.254.13.16, a private IP. My Dell laptop (also running Windows XP SP2 and connecting to the same D-Link router), on the other hand, connects without any hitch, and shows an IP of 192.168.1.3. Indeed it shows up in the router window under DHCP clients, whereas the bootcamp computer does not show up at all in the router window.

Have attempted to manually change the IP to connect to the router as 192.168.1.7, but this also is not working. The router is set to WEP (I know, it's lame), I've double-triple checked the key is correct.

As far as I know (or am informed by the computer when I attempted to update the driver to a more recent version), the driver is the correct version: Atheros AR5008 wireless network adapter, driver date 6/16/2007, v. 6.0.3.94.

On trying to "repair this connection", Windows tries to renew the IP, and reports "Windows could not finish repairing the problem because the following action cannot be completed: Renewing your IP address..."

Ethernet adapter wireless network connection:
Connection - specific DNS suffix . :
Description .......................: Atheros AR5008 Wireless Network Adapter
Physical Address...................: 00-19-E3-00-C0-6A
Dhcp Enabled.......................: Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled:.........: Yes
Autoconfiguration IP Address.......: 169.254.13.16
Subnet Mask........................: 255.255.0.0
Default Gateway....................:

Resetting WINSOCK and TCP/IP stack (followed by reboot) has not resolved the problem.

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Preferred Solution: Wireless connectivity issue

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

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My HP 650 Notebook PC, serial nos 5CB2413905 recently had a board problem during which it wouldnt power up.I recently changed the board and has been having wireless issues since then. First, it detects wireless networks in range but cant connect, brings up a 'cant connect to network message"  I use the Ralink  RT3290 driver. I then tried to update the driver which was successful but after then, my notebook cannot detect any wireless network in range.Also the notebook trips off suddenly anytime at intervals while working.Kindly help resolve.

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Hello.

I got a new laptop from Italy with a pre-installed Windows in Italian, I re-installed the Windows and everything works fine except for the Wireless network.
I have installed the Network Adapter driver, but it doesn't see any Wireless connections.
It says "No connections are available".
I can connect fine via cable or 3G Modem, but not through Wi-Fi.
The Wireless signal is ON, yet when I troubleshoot the Wireless Network Connection I get the message:

Windows cannot resolve your wireless connectivity issue.
*after I click Next*
Problem found: Problem with wireless adapter or acces point Detected!

I've been reading various forums, but so far nothing has worked.
Can someone, please, help me?

Thank you very much.

A:Wireless connectivity issue

1 - do we know for sure the router is properly configured?

barring that it sounds to me like you may have gotten the wrong driver, but it's just close enough for the device to detect.
Would help to have more specific information regarding the the hardware in question.
i.e. model number of computer

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Hi All

I have a Linksys Wireless ADSL Router and when I try and connect using the wireless adapter I get a message saying limited or no connectivity, however I have a different laptop which connects without any problems.

When I disable the WPA security on the router I can connect no problems...

Any advise would be helpful.
 

A:Wireless Connectivity Issue

Make sure you have the latest driver for the wireless adapter. Does it support WPA?

Any chance of wireless interference (e.g., 2.4Ghz cordless phone or another network on the same or close channel)? Sometimes interference has a bigger negative impact on secured networks.
 

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Hello,

Recently, I have been experiencing an issue with maintaining connection when my wireless laptop is near my Linksys router. The connection continues failing when close to the router, but I stay connected whenever I move away from it.

My laptop is an HP Pavilion running Windows Vista...I am using a Linksys WRT110 wireless router which has the latest firmware update installed. My WIFI adapter is a Broadcom 4322AG...which has the current drivers installed.

I have my router set to channel 11...the least traffic in my area is using this channel. The RSSI number runs between ( -65 to -75) when away from the router, & about -38 RSSI when sitting next to the router.

Just wondering if anyone has experienced a similar situation & perhaps offer a solution.

Thanks,
Mike
 

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last one month i am trying to connect  to wifi network always itshows this connection is limited..pls suggest a solution

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Hello

I can't find a solution to my wireless issue (as I seem to be the only one with it) where my computer takes about 2 minutes (sometimes longer) to connect to any wireless router every time I wake it up from sleep mode or turn on/restart it. This has happened ever since I updated my Intel PROSet/Wireless driver. Trying to troubleshoot the problem myself, I disabled everything that has to do with Intel PROSet/Wireless services and noticed that my wireless connection still works without it. It was a while ago when I updated the drivers and have been unable to fix the problem since then (Uninstalling PROSet/Wireless made my wireless adapter not work, saying it did not have any drivers installed). I wish to get this issue resolved so I can easily fix the next ones.
 

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I have a client that has a Dell Latitude D620 running Windows 7 32 bit. It was previously able to connect to the company wireless, but now doesn't even see any available connections. I have downloaded all of the current drivers. We run ESET anti virus and Barracuda WSA. Other similar computers running the same programs have no issue. Any suggestions?
 

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I have a brand new computer. I am living in a house with 3 other people. We use a wireless internet router (Linksys BEFW11S4). I had no problem connecting to it for several weeks. All of a sudden I can't. Everyone else still can, just not me.

My computer sees the wireless network, and it says it has excellent signal strength, but it can't connect. If I use the repair function I get a message saying that it was "unable to assign an IP address".

Nothing has changed. The WPA password remains the same as it always has. It's just all of a sudden that I can't connect. Now if I connect an ethernet cord from the router to my computer I get connected. And if I got to school (or try to connect to the open network down the block) I can get on with no problem. The issue seems to be this router/network specifically. I can't understand why that would be, but needless to say it's incredibly frustrating.

I am using an Intel Pro/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection on a brand new IBM Think Pad Z61t. Can anyone help me out? Thanks.
 

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Hi Guys,

Last saturday me and my dad bought this new samsung NP350V4C laptop. The specs are nice and all but the whole week I'm having connectivity issues with it (Pardon me, I'm not that knowledgeable with tinkering with computer settings and such). So my problem is that my laptop can detect and connect to our home wireless network (through TP-Link WR740N) but cannot identify it and give me internet access. What I do (to connect me to the our wifi) is that I reset my router by accessing it through a web browser or pushing the on/off button at the back of the router...... and that seems to fix the problem.. temporarily. But it does not end there, if I restart/hibernate/sleep/shut down my laptop or just simply disconnecting/reconnecting the wifi, I find myself facing the cycle of "identifying wireless network" process and "no internet access" again, so, I need to restart my router all over just so I could use the internet on my laptop. My sister's macbook, our ipads, my ps3, are all connected wirelessly with no problems but this laptop of mine is the only one facing this issue... any help?
 

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Hello Community.  I am truly hoping you can help me as I know the call in support can't. In December I bought a Y-50, 16gb, i7-4710, 8.1, 64 bit, GTX860M, 512SSD, no hard disk.  I use a FIOS 50up/50down connection. I have wanted to post many times about just how awesome this computer is.  It runs ridiculously quick compared to what I'm use to. I start quickbooks and it literally just starts... no waiting for 1 min.  Heck, I boot the computer and I can be online in 15 seconds.  Games are crazy fast too...  Technology rocks. Symptoms: Anyway, I'm having a frustrating issue.  My internet connection "seems" to stop while I'm surfing the web occasionaly and it's typically when no one else is home with me and no devices other than my laptop are online.  Chrome or IE will not connect to anything and even my scanner software reports that it's no longer connected.  The other crazy thing is the wireless bars remain high and the wireless never says it's disconnected. It happened once two weeks ago.  And for the past 3 days has been happening at least 2x per day.  The only way to fix this is to restart the computer--which is just not practical as I have to save everything and reopen etc... I've installed no out of the ordinary programs: Office, Quickbooks, Guild Wars 2, Google DriveI've not let windows update any drivers--only updates and drivers are not allowed to be installed through update. I imm... Read more

A:Y50-70 Wireless Connectivity Issue

Does your Ethernet port work or does it present the same issue? It could be your network messing up your IP on the router or something. Excluding that, have you checked the physical connection between the WLAN card and the computer, and also the antennas' connection to the card?





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I have seen issues similar to what I am experiencing, but haven't found a solution that has worked for me. I have an HP dv7 that I purchased just over a year ago. Of course my warranty has expired by 70 days. I just started having an issue with connecting to my wireless network this morning. I have had issues previously where the adapter was just not enabled, but now when I try to enable it, it sits in "attempting to authenticate". I have a Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6250 AGN driver. I have tried rolling it back with no luck. I've restarted everything multiple times and also did a restore to 2 weeks ago. So far nothing has worked. Any help would be appreciated.
 

A:Solved: Wireless Connectivity Issue HP dv7

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Hello:

I have tried to get this working before, but I still keep coming back to the same problem. I am connected to a wireless network at a friends house, and for some reason, I can't download large files (400MB) or stay online for very long periods of time before my connection cuts out. I can usually reconnect within seconds, but the download gets screwed up.

Also, I can't seem to connect to any games that are hosted over this network.

In short, my internet connection is intermittent, but only in this network. My wireless network at home works fine and the one at school works well too, so maybe it is just a ProTools setting or something? Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks.

Oh yeah, There are two other guys with wireless desktops connected to this network and they have no problems.
 

A:ProTools wireless connectivity issue

You can try changing your MTU to 1492 or 1400.

Joe
 

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Hello all,

Despite having searched your site and trying to follow directions given to other members to similar problems, I have been unable to solve my connectivity issues.

Here's the rundown:

Salvaged Compaq running on donor hardware
1 GB RAM
2.7 gHz proc
XP SP 3

It was a kid's computer with an outrageous amount of games and programs on it, and in my remove program, start-up altering, and virus deleting happy mood I fear I may have deleted something important. However, after doing a restore for two days ago when it was working, it still didn't connect.

I undid the restore. Tried resetting the TCP/IP settings using "netsh winsock reset catalog" & "netsh int ip reset reset.log"

Doing that reset helped the machine along from "limited or no connectivity" to "connected."

Bad news, still cant connect to any sites, 0 packets recieved.

Here's my ipconfig /all:

Microsoft(R) Windows DOS
(C)Copyright Microsoft Corp 1990-2001.
C:\DOCUME~1\OWNER>ipconfig /all
Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : your-sz6x6sefxo
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadcast
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection 4:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Wireless-B PCI Adapter #2
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-0F-66-E5-4A-22
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A:XP wireless limited or no connectivity issue

C:\DOCUME~1\OWNER>ipconfig /all
Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : your-sz6x6sefxo
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadcast
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection 4:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Wireless-B PCI Adapter #2
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-0F-66-E5-4A-22
Dhcp Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration IP Address. . . : 169.254.224.11
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.0.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Realtek RTL8139 Family PCI Fast Ethe
rnet NIC
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-40-2B-61-52-36 Click to expand...

From the above Output, i can confirm that your wireless connection is not established with your wireless router/Modem. It has an APIPA address (169.254.X.X) for wireless adapter which means your computer doesn't have wireless connectivity


I'm on a machine that is connected via cable, not wireless. Don't know if it helps since it's wired, but here's the ipconfig for it:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
C:\Users\Holloway>ipconfig /all
Windows IP Configuration
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I have several computers on my home network, all of which can connect to the internet just fine. After upgrading one of them to Windows 7 I get either a very SLOW internet connection or none at all. This computer connected just fine as a Vista machine. Only after upgrading to Windows 7 did the problem occur. I have tried updating the Broadcom 802.11b/g wireless network adapter driver, to no avail. Has anyone else experienced this? Is there a simple solution? (stupid question, I know.) Thanks for any and all help!

A:Windows 7 Wireless Connectivity Issue

Hi technomann,

Have you tried using different browsers - Firefox, Chrome?

Have you tried a wired connection to the router and see if you're able to replicate the issue?

For now, disable any Startup Apps that are not needed to run and see if that helps.
Click on Start and type msconfig then press enter, locate Start up Tab and uncheck unnecessary Apps running here.

Please post an update.

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A few weeks ago, My internet provided (WOW, or Wide Open West) had a DNS outage. My roommates were able to change their DNS so that they could restore internet connectivity. I, on the other hand, had no such luck. I've tried the following:

-Using Google's DNS (8.8.8.8., and 8.8.4.4 as the alternate)
-Uninstalling/re-installing all wireless adapted drivers and utilities
-I've used multiple adapters, and all have had the same issue

Here are some details:

My IP is WOW
The modem supplied by Wow is an Arris DG950, and I have an apple airport extreme as the router
Anti-virus and firewall have been disabled
The wireless adapter that I'm currently using is an asus EZ N
Doing a system restore seems to fix the issue, but never permanently. It always seems to happen when I shut my computer down.

If I need to submit any more info in order to assist, just let me know and I'll be glad to do so.

A:Limited Connectivity issue (wireless)

get the wireless connection details (gateway, dns, dhcp, wins, etc) so u would right click ur wireless connection that you are connected to and click on details and do a print screen to that. DNS servers won't allow you to resolve any host to ip address or vice versa but doesn't really stop you from getting an IP address since that's what the DHCP server is for, give me this info and ill bear with you to help you figure this out.

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The problem is with an HP laptop with Vista SP2. It will connect just fine with an Ethernet cable.

When connected wirelessly, it will connect to the network but no Internet is available. Connection is shown as "Unidentified Network" and access is "Local."

ipconfig is as follows:
Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : GREG-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : NVIDIA nForce 10/100/1000 Mbps Networking Controller
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-1F-16-72-45-68
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Atheros AR5007 802.11b/g WiFi Adapter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-24-2B-DA-67-9F
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::4d0d:1291:f495:fc5c%10(Preferred)
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.145(Preferred)
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
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A:Solved: Vista Wireless Connectivity Issue

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Hi,

I have a computer called a "Titan Krypt" AMD Athlon II X4 640 3.00GHz Quad Core DDR3 System bought from Overclockers just over a year ago. I am running 64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium which I just reinstalled so its the only thing on the machine. I was using a wireless dongle by CISCO LINKSYS (WUSB100 ver.2) and everything was fine. Then I moved house, although I could see the wireless network I could never really connect and if I could only for a short while and really slow. I have since moved house twice more and been through several ISP and routers. The CPU seems to connect to the internet intermittently as in for 10 secs every minute or two. Several other computers in the house I have lived in can connect with no problems. I have tried to update drivers and install AVG (payed version). None of this helped so I bought a new wireless dongle by NETGEAR (WNDA3100) and for a short time everything worked perfectly. Then the old problems started to occur. I used to get error messages from diagnostics about DNS issues. Now I only get either/both network cable is damaged or unplugged and cannot find default gateway. Sometimes it just comes up with cannot connect. My speed varies from nothing up to about 20 mbps. I have good signal strength. I have taken the sides off the CPU and checked all wires are secured properly. There does not appear to be any physical damage (although I do not know precisely where to look). If anyone could give me some advice on how to fix thi... Read more

A:Unknown wireless internet connectivity issue

You tell us the dongle but not the router, are you connecting 2.4 Ghz and on what channel, is the router placed close to a cordless phone base (10ft) or on an outside wall, next to a window...

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Problem:

Laptop connects to wifi network. But it shows "No Internet Access" message.
My Macbook connects to the internet just fine and the wifi on my iphone works as well.
The ethernet on the laptop works and I am able to access the internet this way. The laptop does connect to some of the other access points but I've had issues with my router.

I tried the usual debugging mechanisms - disable/enable adapter, reset the router, reset the tcp/ip stack.

None of them seem to work. At this point, I'm baffled by the issue.

Wireless card - Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6200 AGN (Latest Drivers)
Router - Trendnet TED-652BRP
Wireless Connection Details - Channel 6 / -19 dBm / 802.11n / WPA2-PSK auth / AES-CCMP encryption
Antivirus - MS Security Essentials
Firewall - Windows Defender
Also INstalled - Malwarebytes
Any pointers?
 

A:Laptop Wireless Connectivity Issue - can't figure it out!

What firewall / security suite or anti-virus do you currently have on the PC - or you have ever had on the PC in the past - any trial ware - like Norton, Mcafee , AVG etc

there was an issue in August with Mcafee and I had a laptop given to me today that would not connect and turned out to be the mcafee issue
see here http://forums.techguy.org/networking/1065830-customers-may-experience-loss-network.html

otherwise can we see an ipconfig /all - also an xirrus screen shot
try a tcp/ip reset

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ipconfig /all
If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to paste the results into something like notepad and then copy onto a machine that can access the internet and post the results in a reply here.
Save the file to a USB flash drive or other removable media. Plug it into the working computer with internet access and copy the file and paste here.

We would like to see the results from an ipconfig /all - post back the results in a reply here.

Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD then press Enter to open a command prompt box
(A new dialogue box - black with white font, will appear on screen ):

In the command prompt window that opens, type the following command:

Note that there is a space before the /ALL, but there is NOT a space after the / in the following command.

ipconfig /all > network.txt & network.txt

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Hi Guys, I recently got my NETGEAR N150 (150MB/s Wireless USB Adapter) today as my computer has no Wireless card built in. It can connect but after time it suddenly drops. I think if I get 300MB/s it will boost the signal range. I get a really slow speed too, the computer is in my bedroom and the Router is in the Kitchen and I can not move the computer - so that might be an issue but my iPhone can connect but occasionally I will have to renew the lease.

And my previous Netbook worked until some time until a certain point :/

If the Adapter stops working, to fix it, I unplug and plug it back in.

The Router I have is a VirginMedia 10MB/s NETGEAR DGN1000SP. I am thinking about getting a High Performance N600 Adapter instead as that has better connectivity and avoids interference, etc.

What do you guys suggest I do.
Thanks for your help.

A:NETGEAR Wireless USB Adapter Connectivity Issue.

Check the channel you are using on the router and get it as far from cordless phone as possible. Try to use upper channels 6-11.

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I have T430s. My wifi does not work any more, it suddenly stopped working. I have tried all the following steps:1) Ensure the wifi hardware swtich is on2) function F5 3) Drivers uninstall and install the latest - 4) Use Access Connection - I get a message, Your wireless radio is currently off, turning the hardware switch also doesnt fix this.5) Uninstalled and reinstalled Intel ProSet Wireless6) Changed the power management setting to connect to wifi always7) Checked the BIOS setting to enable wireless always What else needs to be done? Should I fix my hardware switch, did not find any tutorial as to how to do it or Should I  replace my wireless network card? Any help would be greatly apprecaited. ThanksSantosh Jami

A:T430s wi-fi connectivity issue - wireless radio is currently off

Hi Santosh Jami,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community!
 
You have performed almost all the troubleshooting steps for that, can you also check with reseating the Wifi card once.
 
http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-t-series-laptops/thinkpad-t43...
 
Hope this helps.
 
Best regards,
Hemanth Kumar





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Hi, I'm having a weird problem with Vista Home Premium (32bit).

Background
About 10 days ago, I came home from a trip to discover that my wireless connection on my Vista desktop had gone down. I restarted the computer, and when that didn't solve the problem, I restarted my wireless router. This usually fixes things, but this time it didn't - so I tried uninstalling ZoneAlarm free firewall. This didn't work either, so I tried disabling the Windows Firewall, releasing IPv6 & IPv4 through NETSH, running IPCONFIG, etc (everything that I could find on forums related to the topic).

I even bought a new a new USB wireless adapter and this didn't work either. I can view all of the WiFi hotspots in the neighborhood (and the detailed information such as encryption types) but I can't connect to them (or my own hotspot). I can connect but I get the "Connected with Limited Access" error.

When I try "netsh interface show interface", I get the following (condensed):
LAN - Disconnected
LAN 2 - Disconnected
Wireless Network Connection - Connected

However, when I run ipconfig /all, I get this:

Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Home-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled . . . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled . . . . . . . . : No
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A:Software networking issue - no LAN or Wireless Connectivity

I think it might be your router or either your ISP. First check the router configuration and if something in it is causing the problem. Next contact your internet service provider and see if there a issue with them.
 

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Hello,
 
Recently I have been experiencing recurring internet connectivity issues. Roughly every 30 minutes, my laptop will report limited connectivity to my home's wireless network and I will lose internet access. Disconnecting and reconnecting to the wireless network will allow me to temporarily regain internet access (up until my computer inevitably loses its internet connection again due to the limited connectivity issue). This issue appeared suddenly, but I suspect it might be due to a virus of some kind (as I have neither installed any software recently nor have I tampered with my computer's internet settings). I also believe the wireless network is fully functional as I am able to access internet at all times using other computers and wifi devices (even when my laptop is reporting limited connectivity). I ran a Norton 360 Full System Scan and a Malwarebytes Anti-malware scan but to no avail.
 
Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Recurring Limited Access Wireless Connectivity Issue

Try to set static IP and check if the issues exists after. Try also disabling power managment of Wifi card in Device manager, I doubt that is the issue but can't  do no harm.

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This problem has me at my wit's end so I thank you vigorously in advance for any help you might be able to provide.

First, the technical specs. My ISP is Road Runner through Time Warner with a Surfboard SB4100 cable modem. I have the above mentioned Belkin wireless router updated to the latest firmware. There are two computers that use the connection.

Mine:
Toshiba Satellite A105-S4014 w/Windows XP SP 3 and an Intel (R) 3945ABG wireless card that is factory original.

Girlfriend's:
HP Pavilion w/Windows Vista (hers is NOT having a problem so not as detailed here).

I have WPA+WPA2 PSK security enabled, channel is set on router and in my wireless settings to 11, protected mode is on, and all other settings are factory default except for things like time zone.

The problem is that I have intermittent bouts of no/low connectivity. Using an Ethernet cable during these periods results in connectivity being restored. This problem oftentimes manifests after my computer goes into screen saver mode. Disconnecting from the network and reconnecting fixes the problem. If I try to ping the router during one of these periods wirelessly it results in a time out. My wireless driver is current, power management is set to highest, and the computer is not allowed to turn the device off to save power.

I think that is all relevant information. If anything else is needed, let me know and I will provide it.

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A:Wireless Network Connectivity Issue SPECS INSIDE Please help!

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Hello, 
I have run into a problem with my Dell XPS 13 9350 laptop. I was deleting and uninstalling a few programs, hardware, files etc., when I accidentally uninstalled something that cut the connection between my laptop and modem. I have not been able to reconnect to the router, and my Dell USB multi-adapter is not with me so I cannot hard-wire an Ethernet cable the laptop, and have no connection to the internet. Any suggestions? 

A:Dell XPS 13 9350 - wireless Wifi connectivity issue

Hi,
Thank you for writing to the Dell Community Forum.
The Dell XPS 13 9350 system goes with two different options of wireless card. The Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 and the Dell Wireless 1820A. Use another system and please go to the our support site using this link http://dell.to/1TvnfOs, enter the service tag of the system. Under original system configuration, check for the wireless card. Then click on Driver and Downloads, choose the operating system. Click on the Network and download the file, transfer it on to a USB drive. Use this drive on the Dell XPS 13 9350 system, install the driver and check the status. You may also check the device manager to see, if there is any ! or ? mark in the list.
Kindly get back if there are any further queries.
For me to better assist in troubleshooting, please click my DELL-username and send me a Private Message with the Dell Service Tag number and your email address.

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Hey guys I'm having a problem with my laptop with connecting. It was working fine yesterday but when I turned it on this morning it said limited connectivity!

My iconfig results:

IPv4 Address: 169.254.231.93
Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
Default gateway:

I'm not sure whats wrong i've tried to restart my modem and all but it still gives me this limited to no connectivity error :x.

Thanks for your help guys
 

A:HP Pavillion dv2000 wireless limited connectivity issue.

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Hi, can someone please help me. I have a Samsung NC10 laptop. I have complete restore it because there were viruses on it. Every since, I can't seem to connect to my wireless network. It detects the network but when I try to connect I get " Limited or no connectivity".

The details are:

Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Version 2002
SP3
C:\Documents and Settings\ ipconfig/all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Christine
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadcast
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : 3Com 10/100 Mini PCI Ethernet Adapter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-04-76-4D-CC-3D

My router/modem (?) is an AirStation TurboG BUFFALO model whr-g54s

Hope someone can help me as I'm absolutely stumped and have tried fixing this for months now.
 

A:Solved: Limited or no connectivity - wireless network issue

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Hi, i have upgraded my laptop to windows 10 recently. after upgradation, my intel wireless centrino n2230 card has started connectivity problems. it turns off and donot detects any wifi network where as network is available and can be detected by other devices. i disable and re-enable network device in device manager then it starts working. this connectivity issues happen oftenly. i have upgraded driver through widows 10 as well but issue is not fixed. i have googled this problem and seen that no one has found a permanent and reasonable solution to it so i have decided to replace this wireless adapter with some one that has compatibility with my notebook and operating system as well. please suggest me few device models (both single and dual band) that as compatible with my book and windows 10. since i want to upgrade the card so i would prefer some device with dual band and 2 stream. Thanks..may

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Ok so first things first--hi, I'm new here, 24, a chick, etc. <insert generic yet witty & brief introductory statement here>

My cousin has to have one of the most perplexing wireless connections issues I've ever heard of. It's been a shapeshifter or has occurred simultaneously with other issues and masqueraded beneath them as they were repaired for at least a year now. It has persisted to different extents throughout the change of wiring, modems, laptops, routers, even bandwidth caps [she lives in Canada and has an account with Rogers].
She is hopeless when it comes to figuring out her own technical problems, as is her father even though he himself is an IT auditor. At the moment I do not have the model # of the new router they just 5 days ago, but it is a Linksys, as was the former router they exchanged it for [it was under warantee] which was also only a few months old. I can get it and will get it, but in total desperation tonight all the way in Florida trying to help her with her problem by gathering info to tell her tomorrow I decided to just vomit up the general details of the problem to give you guys a framework of deduction.
Sigh. This is going to be complicated. I will do it in steps.

1. The house has two laptops set up on Rogers wireless network, Rogers sucks btw I'm so glad I'm not Canadian because they monopolize things up there but anyway, with a modem and a router. I'd like to tell you conclusively whether or not it�... Read more

A:MYSTERY wireless connectivity issue--multiple equipment replacements/tech visits

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Does anyone have information on when a security update will be available for the issue?
On 10/18/17 MS Article Stated: "Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release of the security patch. This is expected to be available in another 2-3 weeks or earlier."

For Issue:
JET provider is no longer able to connect after the October update. This update (released October 10<sup>th</sup>, 2017) includes a security update release that inadvertently affects the JET provider. The update was kb4041678 and included in
the patch kb4041681.  These patches affected the Operating System, which adversely has an issue with the following technologies: Microsoft Windows Search Component, Windows kernel-mode drivers, Microsoft Graphics Component, Internet Explorer, Windows
kernel, Windows Wireless Networking, Microsoft JET Database Engine, and the Windows SMB Server. It is important to note that the changes were not to these technologies themselves.

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Hello, I have been having a problem recently with my desktop's wireless connections. I know the hardwire connections worked without a problem while I was living on campus but while I am at home on winter break I have to rely on a wireless setup. The machine's specs are listed next to my profile name, and I am using a Linksys wireless-N receiver and router. What happens is once I log on and the machine boots up it automatically connects to my secured and encrypted connection with full signal strength and pretty good speed. It is capable of full internet connectivity and web browsing, but it often fails after a while.

I have had this problem for a couple weeks, ever since I moved out of my dorm. My brother uses the same USB receiver and we tried switching out the adapters with the same result so I am also fairly certain the adapter is not the cause here. Typically, if I only browse the web the connection has no problems, but if I try to connect to Steam or use Himachi to connect to a LAN with some friends the signal changes from high strength to limited connectivity and displays the yellow triangle/exclamation point icon on the task tray. Once this occurs I am unable to connect to the internet whatsoever, though the signal strength from my router is still very strong. I live in an apartment and my room is right next to where the router is located with only a wall getting in between the adapter and router, so I don't think that's an issue either. Oh, and the... Read more

A:Loss of Wireless Connectivity/Limited Connectivity

accidentally posted in the Windows 7 forum, moved to the Internet and Networking forum. posting this comment until i figure out how to delete this thread
 

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Hey, i have a windows 7 laptop that ive just recently purchased. The wireless Connectivity was working fine last week, now suddenly it just wont work. I believe that its due to a program i recently installed that goes by the name of Connectify. I have uninstalled it yet still whenever i try connecting to any router wirelessly, the PC displays limited or no connectivity. On the other hand When i connect my laptop to a router via an Ethernet cable everything is fine. In case you are wondering, im currently using a 3g usb wireless stick to surf the internet, but i dont want to use it as i already have a router to use. Here are all my info:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\Ahmedlaptop>IPCONFIG/ALL

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Ahmedlaptop-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Mobile Broadband adapter Mobile Broadband Connection 3:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : HUAWEI Mobile Connect - 3G Network Card #
3
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-1E-10-1F-63-CF
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 10.254.2.98(Preferred)
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.252
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 10.254.2.97
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A:Solved: Wireless Limited or no connectivity Connectivity

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Hello, I have been having a problem recently with my desktop's wireless connections. I know the hardwire connections worked without a problem while I was living on campus but while I am at home on winter break I have to rely on a wireless setup. The machine's specs are listed next to my profile name, and I am using a Linksys wireless-N receiver and router. What happens is once I log on and the machine boots up it automatically connects to my secured and encrypted connection with full signal strength and pretty good speed. It is capable of full internet connectivity and web browsing, but it often fails after a while.

I have had this problem for a couple weeks, ever since I moved out of my dorm. My brother uses the same USB receiver and we tried switching out the adapters with the same result so I am also fairly certain the adapter is not the cause here. Typically, if I only browse the web the connection has no problems, but if I try to connect to Steam or use Himachi to connect to a LAN with some friends the signal changes from high strength to limited connectivity and displays the yellow triangle/exclamation point icon on the task tray. Once this occurs I am unable to connect to the internet whatsoever, though the signal strength from my router is still very strong. I live in an apartment and my room is right next to where the router is located with only a wall getting in between the adapter and router, so I don't think that's an issue either. Oh, and the... Read more

A:Loss of Wireless Connectivity/Limited Connectivity

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Hello everyone,
I've recently had a problem with my wireless connection. I've just changed my encryption type from WPA to WEP 64-bit on my router and at that time my PC stopped connecting to the internet via wireless connection.

So, originally I just changed the encryption back to WPA thinking that my adapter wasn't compatible with WEP but, this doesn't seem to be the case.
I am detecting multiple wireless networks around the area however, when trying to connect to one in particular it always comes back with the error message, "Wireless connectivity issue". So, I'm quite sure it's not an adapter issue but, am a bit stuck with what to do next.

I'm using a Belkin F5D9230-4 Wireless Router with 64-bit WEP encryption.

Thanks for your time.

A:"Wireless Connectivity Issue"

Hi Kaz and welcome to the forum!

Please refer to the earlier post "Wireless Problems" - it contains troubleshooting step and tips that might help resolve your issue.

Cheers

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Just did a "nuke and pave" on my son's Toshiba laptop.

(Windows XP)

Says connected to wireless with good signal strength.

BUT can't get any access...

Can't access internet sites.

Can't access router by typing router IP address into EI

Can't Ping router IP address (times out)

What to try?
 

A:Solved: Got wireless cGot wireless connectivity but can't access internet

Never mind---

The first thing to try is to jiggle the handle.

Disconnected/reconnected

Now works fine..

Go figure.
 

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I have had this latop less than 18 months. This is the 3rd time I have suddenly lost wireless connectivity. Previously It has miraculously return after a period of a week, but not this time. Even my computer tech can't work out why. Yes, I have done all the trouble shooting advice suggested to the many other consumers with the same problem and nothing works. The wireless adapter isn't even listed in the Device Manager. Any thoughts or feelings on this situation or is my laptop a lemon?

A:lost wireless connectivity and have no wireless adapter in d...

Windows XP? I was going to suggest using the PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI, but you may not have it installed. Which OS did your notebook ship with?  Reinstall it and then try internet acces via your wifi again. If it still does not work, then run the HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI --> Component tests --> wireless. Run the test.  If it fails or even if it doesn't, contact HP to report the issue. I had to use the warranty to have my kid's HP Pavilion 15" notebook's wifi adapter troubleshot and repaired. The HP Service Center came up with the same results tyhat I did. The adapter had failed. They replaced it and  returned it to me. As a result, I had a happier 15 year-old again.

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Opps, maybe not so unique since I just noticed an ENTIRE forum for browsers...perhaps moving this is appropriate...if so, please do. I will be reading up in there.


Its interesting because I can't find any mention of it anywhere on this site. Specifically browser connectivity is lost after a little while (guessing 7 minutes, though it may be a number of browser pages displayed trigger i went 3 hrs today) after I start browsing. If I don't start a browser, the death clock doesn't begin until I start browsing. Now, at the same time, all shares, the other machines on the network, work fine. Also if I am playing an online game, I will not have any issues. Just IE and firefox can't display pages and other programs (like updates of AVG) are soon to follow.

***Important to note this is new, the network was fine for over a week before this started a couple days ago.

I notice, when it works, net info states Homegroup - ready to connect (I am using a workgroup to connect to other machines) but last night, during a browser outage it said it was connected. I notice now it calls my workgroup a homegroup (I think is used to say workgroup)

(This problem may have started around when I tried to synchronise a folder to "always available offline", but there are other things that were done in that period of time unfortuately, all have since been undone.


System...Win7 7100 all updated.

Browsers IE8 and Firefox are effected (updated)

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A:Interesting connectivity issue, just a browser issue

I would doubt if it is really a browser problem since I tried safari, firefox and IE and still giving me this dropage... But continue your search I will follow ur footstep

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I'm at my brother's house. He has AT&T UVerse. His IPad will connect wirelessly, as will my Galaxy S6. But his laptop won't. It doesn't see it in the tray, but it sees a neighbor's AT&T connection. Please advise. As always, much appreciated - Shep

Oh yeah, laptop is a HP G71-34OUS Notebook. adaptor is Intel 1000 BGN

A:AT&T wireless connectivity

From a cmd prompt type netsh wlan show networks can it be seen then?

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My old linksys G router finally failed. We replaced it with a belkin wireless N router.
I had to buy a N wireless card and got the linksys one. Installed it.

My computer sits less than 20 feet from the router yet the best i can get is 54mps. When I first installed it, it ran great, now its running crappy. and video is slow.
.

heres the problem, or part of it. This is a system upgrade. Basicaly start from scratch. New MB, Case, etc. only the HD cd drives and keyboard are orginal.
ASUS M4a785-m Mother board
AMD Atholon II X4 620 CPU
4gigs ram
2.61 Ghz

had to install it with wireless system, to get upgrades. Cannot get windows wirless stuff to work, and am relying on what i think is poor software from linksys to monitor the connection.

With wireless N, I should be reading 100mps connection this close to the router, am I correct?

Any help apprecated.
 

A:Low connectivity on wireless N

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hi

so i installed vista and tried to get my wireless network going.. I have been able to connect to the network but have not been able to get an ip address and surf the net. Is this problem vista related to something wrong with my network (ie. no more available ip addresses? currently there are 2 other comps on the network and they all are connected)

thanks

A:Wireless Connectivity

What computer do you own?

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hi guys

im having problem of connecting with wireless workstation and server. my workstation is using d-link wireless air plus network card and my wireless point is using blw-04em.
sometimes my workstation can get signal from wireless point and sometimes cant.
q1- how do i solve this problem?
q2- why this problem can occur?
 

A:wireless connectivity

I swapped the Q's around because in order to fix it you have to know what is happening with wireless -

q2- why this problem can occur?Click to expand...

A number of factors - Including and not limted to environment (type of structure I.E. is it open floorplan? are there walls? What are the walls made of? Are there any types of lines going through the wall that may release EMF or anything that interferes with Wi-Fi?, location I.E. are you close to the router or far away from the router the farther out you go the worse the signal gets and will cut out as well as some routers are known to cut out if your right next to them wirelessly as well, What else is wireless in the area I.E. do you have cordless phones using the same band that your wi-fi is? Is there a neighbor using the same band you are and they are competing? lastly there is computer problems I.E. has anyone else come over with Wifi and worked just absolutely fine on it when you can't? Have you taken you wireless workstation to another location and seen if it works just fine somewhere else?

q1- how do i solve this problem?

Once you have all that down then you need to do some troubleshooting. Maybe move the PC around a little to find the best wireless location for it to be, Maybe check the channel your wireless is broadcasting on in the router and change it. Maybe if your at the edge of your signal buy a repeater or access point and wire it closer. If its the PC portion you may have to do some uninstallin... Read more

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Hello, I am new to this forum.

Also, kind of new to computers. I have a wireless internet connection problem and I'm sorry if I can't explain everything properly but I will do my best.
My housemate has a wireless router which connects to her laptop no problem. The internet on the PC in the house is working fine.
So I bought a laptop and I am having a problem getting on to the network.

Both her computers are McIntosh and she is running windows live. I have Windows 7 home premium. If that makes any difference........?
Also, I have the option to connect to her network and the password but it's not working.

I've tried following the support assistant on the PC. I've reset the router and still nothing.
My laptop says Problems found: Problem with wireless adapter or access point.

How do I check what the problem is?

I know I am just a girl but I need help too.
 

A:Wireless connectivity

10r said:





Also, kind of new to computers. ...
Also, I have the option to connect to her network and the password but it's not working.

I've tried following the support assistant on the PC. I've reset the router and still nothing.
My laptop says Problems found: Problem with wireless adapter or access point.

How do I check what the problem is?

I know I am just a girl but I need help too.Click to expand...

Fine; I promise - - GENDER is not the issue :wave:

Macs and PCs can co-exist nicely so don't fret on that issue either.

Let's gather some info for a baseline:
please report manufacture and model number of the common router
also report the Windows Version/Edition/SP level
eg: Windows XP / PRO / SP3
Windows 7 / Pro / sp?
and try to document your WiFi adapter see below


[*] right-click My Computer -> (meaning goto ) Manage
click Device Manager
find [+] Network Adapters in the right pane and click on the [+]
one entry will contain blah Wireless blah
copy that line precisely and then

follow-up with a-thru-c
 

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I recently had to reinstall XP and all the drivers for my friend's laptop but it seems it does not recognize any wireless connections. When I click the Choose a wireless network it says "No wireless networks were found in range" however I can use my laptop just fine.

I clicked the network adapter and it says everything is running fine so I am not sure what the issue is. Please assist me on how I can fix this and get the wireless internet working.

Thanks in advance.

A:No wireless connectivity

Try changing the wireless channel on your router to a higher number.

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So I got my wireless network to work. I am able to successfully use my laptop wirelessly and browse the internet on my PC. I have noticed every 2 days I have to reboot my dsl modem and wireless router otherwise I will not be able to use my laptop wirelessly or on the PC. Any ideas what might be wrong?
 

A:Wireless Connectivity

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help!! i have just upgraded my broadband package to 50 mbps, and am only achieving =-20mbps wirelessly. i was told by my provider that my Dell xps m1330 needs an upgraded wireless card to achieve
this speed. my computer is not new, but is a high end laptop.

A:wireless connectivity

Hi willoc,welcome to the forums, I have the Dell XPS m1730 laptop,the wireless card in that is the Intel Pro/wireless 4965AGN, this acheives 57mbps from a 60mbps feed ,which card do you have in your laptop? also what are you using for a router ?

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I am attempting to connect to a wireless unsecured network.  It shows 4 bars and 72 mbps but then tells me that the "wireless network does not have a valid IP configuration".  When I pull up the connection screen it show IPv4 "no internet access"  When I open the window to Type in the network name and change the Icon I am blocked.  I picked this up before, it is a public wireless in a restaurant.  How do I get a valid IP configuration?  Thanks for dealing with a novice.

A:wireless connectivity

First of all - welcome to BC !
 
Wi-fi connection from a computer of any sort to the internet is in two parts. The first is from your computer to the router, the second is from the router to the ISP, usually by telephone line.
 
The four bars and 72mbps relates to your connection to the router, which appears to be solid. The 'no internet access' relates to your connection from the router to the ISP. It may be you need to log-on to their system in some way.
 
I work as a volunteer instructor with a local group, meeting twice a week - once in a bar (!) and once in a cafe, using public wi-fi in both. It turns out to be exactly the same system in both places and everybody using the wi-fi connection has to log in with their e-mail address and a password to use it. Have you tried asking the manager how you get on-line?
 
Of course, if you were able to connect previously but can't now, it may be because their connection is down. Oh, and when you do get on-line there, since it is a public system - don't do anything sensitive while you are connected to it !
 
Chris Cosgrove

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