Question about Toshiba Tecra 8000 Notebook
My laptop has limited or no connectivity to wireless internet. I've done power cycles, restarted everything, reset my setting to a few days ago when it did work. My roommates' computers work fine and connect to our wireless. I called the cable company and he took me through a bunch of steps and said the issue wasn't with our internet connection or our router. I took my computer to starbucks to see if it would work there: just the same thing, high signal strength, tries to acquire network address, and then comes up as limited or no connectivity. My computer worked fine 24 hours ago, and I haven't done anything to it, so I don't know what's wrong. Please help.
Your problem is very indicative of an assigned ip address to your wireless card. Assuming you have windows xp as your operating system. Go to start, run, type in CMD, once the dos screen appears type ipconfig and look to see what your assigned ip address is.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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