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Trouble getting the wireless card to connect to the internet

I did everything from restarting to going into device manager and clicking on other device and all that jazz and I finally got it to tell me I was connected to the name my parents use for identifying their internet, tells me I have very good signal but i have low to no connectivity as far as my status. I am extremely frazzled and am about to throw the whole computer, card and all out my window. Please help!

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Jackie

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    mine is saying that "you are connected to the accesspoint, but the internet cannot be found" I know the internet is working because right now I am using another computer on that network. please help

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Jackie

you need to set the ip adress of your computer to become network with other computer there,also, you need to have same workgroup/domain name.

when youve already done this, you will have good signal then and not low to no connectivity.

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Several computer models include two specific hardware components that enable the device to connect to the Internet: an Ethernet adapter card and a wireless adapter card. These cards are also called network adapters, or network cards. If your computer suffers from an intermittent Internet connection, and your Internet service provider (ISP) doesn't detect any issues on their end, you can update the software for the network adapters to resolve the intermittent connection. If updating the adapters doesn't resolve the problem, reset the transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP) and Winsock to restore the connection.

Click "Start." Click "Control Panel." Type "manager" into the search bar. Click "Device Manager." Expand "Network Adapters." You should have one wired adapter and one wireless adapter, if the computer has wireless support. Double-click each adapter. Write down the name of the adapter, as well as the manufacturer's name. Go to the computer or network adapter manufacturer's website if you installed the adapter to the computer yourself. If the adapter came with the computer, go to the computer manufacturer's site instead. Select the "Support," "Download" or "Drivers" page. Look up your computer or adapter model. Select your operating system. Click the "Network," "LAN" or "Internet" category. Download the latest adapters for your network devices. Click "Save" or "Save As" and save the files to your desktop. Return to Device Manager. Right-click the first device. Click "Update Driver Software." Click "Browse My Computer for Driver Software." Follow the remaining on-screen directions to reinstall the device driver. Repeat the process for the other network device. Restart the computer after reinstalling the drivers to repair the intermittent Internet issue. Reset IP Log in to Windows as an administrator. Hold down the Ctrl, Shift and Esc keys to open Windows Task Manager. Click "File." Click "New Task." Type "cmd" and press Enter to open Command Prompt. Type "netsh int IP reset c:\resetlog.txt" into the Command Prompt. Press Enter to rewrite the TCP/IP registry keys. Enter "netsh winsock reset" into the command-line prompt. Press Enter to reset the Winsock catalog and resolve the intermittent Internet problem.
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/299357

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Remember 196.254.x.x mostly we call bad ip address in fact this is not a bad ip address, The INTERNET ASSIGNED NUMBER AUTHORITY(IANA) has reserved the private ip address in the range of 169.254.0.0 to 169.254.255.255 for automatic private addressing. So this addresses are not found on internet. That is the reason we cannot go online with this ip addresses normally.

TRY FOLLOWING STEPS

  • Power cycle the system
  • Make the BIOS default
  • Check in Safe Mode with networking it the computer is going online,Try system restore if computer was going online before
  • Release and Renew the IP address
  • Turn off the firewall (Click on start >Type Windows Firewall inthe instant search box>Click on Windows Firewall>Click Off on the Windows Firewall Screen>Click OK>Restartthe computer)
Run Network Diagnostics
Click on Start> Type Network in theinstant search box> Click on Network and Sharing Center> Click on Diagnoseand Repair on the right hand side

Reinstall Network Card
Go to device manager> UnderNetwork Adapters, right click on the network card> Clickon Uninstall> Restartthe computer

Disable any Wireless Card

Go to device manager> Under Network Adapters, right click on the Wireless Card> Click on Disable> Restart the computer

Disable IPV6 ADDRESS

Click on start> Type Network in the instant search box>Click on Network and Sharing Center> Click on Manage Network Connections> Right Click on Local Area Connection> Click on Properties> Uncheck Internet Protocol Version 6 (Ipv6)> Click OK> Restart the computer

RESET WINSOCK AND TCP/IP STACK

Click on run>type cmd>press enter>on the black screen type the following commands.
netsh winsock reset> netsh int ip reset log.txt> Restart the computer

Create a new connection Manually

Click on start> Type Network in the instant search box> Click on Network and Sharing Center> Click on Set up a connection or network> Select Connect to Internet and then click Next> Select No, Create a new connection and click Next> Click on Broadband> Type ISP User name and Password, Type the Connection Name then click on Connect

STILL IT IS NOT GOING ON LINE NEED TO PULL THE COMPUTER TO THE FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING

***(NOTE:- YOU WILL BE LOOSING ALL THE DATA FROM THE HARD DRIVE)

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Your problem may appear from a not properly enabled WLAN card.
Make sure the Wi-Fi swithc is in ON position and on your laptop keyboard try the FN+F8 combination to have displayed the wireless card status. The WLAN card has to be ENABLED to be able to connect to the Internet. The combination done will make appear on your display a window with some options available; choose that option that enables your wireless card.
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Click the [+] next to Network Adapters
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