Have linksys wrt54g router that works fine for my daughter's apple laptop but I can't connect with my acer aspire 9410. Prior to this past week, I had no problem, but when I restored by notebook (because I was having printer problems, which I solved) and now am no longer to connect.
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Had similar problem with a kindle and BT home hub - had to manually change the wireless channel on the router but couldn't get a channel that worked when the microwave oven kicked in. I had two kindles and 2 home hubs and came to the conclusion that some devices must be slightly our of calibration and will struggle to connect on certain channels especially if there are near by routers. In the end I changed my BT router for a Linksys and its been fine since.
If other computers in your home network can access internet then on your PC is already virus that is blocking internet connections. Simplest way is to format system or all HDD and do fresh windows installation.
Hardwired to modem or router? Router = check connection to router (had a router die on me last fall - not AC supply) IP should be 192.168.1.xx or 192.168.2.xx (is standard) Reset Router = reset hole on back - hold for 10 sec Modem= same directions as router (most modems work like single port routers) (do reset of cable modem, I've had that prob too) Using PPOE connection = check log on info Took most of my home network apart to find it was the modem causing the problem - should've started there.
Does your home router have a password? The only thing I can think of doing is removing all the preferred access points from your wireless card's utility or windows (located at start => Setting => Net connections => Wireless => Wireless Networks.