My laptop won't connect to the wireless unless I reboot. This happens every time I want to use my computer. I know it's not the router because if I use another computer it is connected fine. The wireless is turned on in my computer so it's not that, and if I try to find a network sometimes it doesn't even show up and when it does, my computer won't connect to it until I reboot. I can't figure out what is going on. I have checked my computer's support website and can't find anything. Hopefully someone can tell me what I can do to fix this rather than tossing it out the window. Thanks!
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Ok, this is conflicting... won't retain or create!! Doesn't it have to be created to retain it?
Did it connect before you downloaded windows 7? Exactly what happens when you try to get on the internet? Do you have the wireless switch on the laptop turned on? Do you see your wireless router? If so did you put the password in correctly? If not, it will never connect.
How many wired and wireless computers do you have ion the network. Do you have any wired computer ? Connect your laptop to the router with the Ethernet cable and try to access Internet. See if the wired connection is working or not. If the wired connection is working then I think you will need to check the wireless settings of the router and the laptop.
This used to happen all the time when I had one. The best thing to do is to completely uninstall the printer and all it's added programs from your computer.
Switch off the computer and let cool down (have a cup of coffee) Now reboot the computer and then reinstall the printer and follow instructions to connect via Wi Fi
If this works make sure auto update is switched OFF as every time mine was updated your problem occurred. So much for Degreed wonders who try to justify their existence and completely mess up a perfectly sound working system when they don't know what they are doing, shame they never seem to have a brain or any logic.
Try "rebooting" your internet. If it's fed through a router, disconnect the power to the router, as well as all of the connections, then reconnect them. Re-connect the power last. Also, try moving closer to the source of your wireless internet. Sometimes the Dsi won't pick up on the signal because it has a weaker wireless receiver than a computer or most devices that will connect.
well!! I have an answer for you.your comp is loosing the IP address.
goto start - programmes - accessories - dos prompt.
type ipconfig.you`ll get ip address,subnet mask,default gateway.copy it.
goto network and sharing center,click on view status,goto propertiesand double click on internet protocol(tcp/ip) or IPv4.type in the IP address,subnet mask,default gateway.in DNS server address type the default gateway in primary DNS and in secondary 22.214.171.124.
your connection won`t drop after this.
I had the same problem it was to do with starforce drivers in DEVICE MANAGER-VIEW-SHOW HIDDEN DEVICES then expand NON PLUG AND PLAY DRIVERS and uninstalled all starforce stuff . My annoying problem has gone . Hope this works for you too.