Question about Computers & Internet
Disconnect the power cord from your outlet box, and wait for 45 seconds. and connect again. use small pencil eraser and make click to the small switch in the router for complete reset. and try again.
However if the problem persist run the utility in network for diagnostic and repair.
you can restore by going to control panel and use the utility system restore put the last days that you know was working good and ready.
You must be sure that internet supplier is working good. You mus reset the MODEM with your broadband in case if the problem persist use the disk coming with the MODEN.
God bless you
Posted on Jul 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok let's try something for you. Going into your internet settings and clicking on tcp/ip properties, go ahead and write down the ip address assigned to you from your service provider. Once you have done that let's connect the modem into the port labeled WAN and then connect the computer to one of the other ports labeled 1-4. Now in an open internet explorer type 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 one of these will open a window asking for username and password. Both should be admin. Once we are in the web based settings of your router you need to check the status of your router. On that page you should see the same ip address that you wrote down. If not go ahead and release and renew and see if you finally get the ip address to be the same. Once that is established you can check your ip address on your computer by going to the internet options and checking it. It should be somewhere between 192.168.1.2 through 192.168.1.256 (those number depend on the parameters of your router i.e. how many wireless devices are able to connect to your computer.) Silly question but do you have a wireless adapter on the computer that you are trying to connect? Laptops (new) usually have them built in and they must be turned on. Desktops require installation of a wireless adapter. Router's are basically looked at by your service provider as a computer behind your modem, they assign an IP address to your modem, whether you connect a computer or a router to your modem your service don't see the difference, it still assigns. Once the router receives the ip address from your service provider, it then has the duty of assigning IP addresses to all of the devices you wish to connect to the internet and each other.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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