Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Edition
Hello all, I just purchased a new computer that has Windows Visa installed on it. When connecting it to my office network it seems to be having some issues. It will connect to the network with no problems, but the internet doesn't stay connected. It will constantly connect and reconnect to the internet. All of our other computers stay connected with no problem, and the Ethernet wire connected to the new computer has no issues. Everytime it disconnects from the internet I click on the network icon on the bottom right of the screen (next to the time) and diagnose my problem. The computer finds that there is no problem with anything, and then amazingly the internet is working again! Has anyone else had this issue? Is there any way to correct it? Please let me know! Thanks all!
We had similar problem earlier and unformtualtly we have to install the OS again. you can first check you firewall setting, try disabling firewall and check. Or will suggest reinstall the OS.
You can also try running antivirus/antispy/CCleaner etc before that.
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