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If you have a virus or malware that is not letting you connect to the internet or your settings have been corrupt, there is a simple setting that you can look for to correct the error. The most prevalent of these is that you can connect to the router and your network but you have no internet access. This is the one I will concentrate on here.
Bring up your internet browser and click on “Tools”,scroll down and click on Internet Options.
Now click on the “Connections” tab.At the bottom of the page, click on the LAN settings button.
Make sure the box for “Automatically detect settings is checked. Now, Un-check the box that states to use a “proxy server for your LAN” at the bottom. Click OK and OK.
Reboot the machine and try to connect to the internet, you should be able to. I have to also add that in some cases if you have “Selective Startup” selected through “MSCONFIG”….it may be beneficial to change that to “Normal Startup” until you get the other settings configured.
Make sure it is in the expansion bay properly, if it is not connected, it might not work. if it still does not work, add a different network or sound card to that bay and see if it works, if not, your PC's expansion bay is damaged, if it does work, you need a different Network card