Internet connection worked fine now adapter saying connection unplugged
I don't know what happened I was conncecting to internet at local cafe, etc. now whenever I try to connect to internet belkin adapter looks like it is connected but it is not I cannot connect through AP list -hit connect and nothing happens. What can I try?
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It's got the wrong gateway setting. Without a gateway (router) to the Internet it can only see local network stuff. I suspect the Magic Jack is still trying to be the gateway but it has no Internet. Stop Magic Jack doing this and it should work.
It means there is issue of tcp ip address.
Limited connectivity means network adapter tcp ip not correct or not getting ip from DHCP server.
For that set static ip in network adapter tcp ip property ac your local network range.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
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Sounds like the usb ports are sharing an I/O channel. So when you unplug one usb device the CPU is being told that the USB port is not being used.....Maybe..... To test this, hardwire into a data cable and plug in different devices, next unplug a devise and see what happens. If you stay connected you may have found your answer. Unfortunately I don’t think a reimage or restore will fix the problem. If you get the same result try a reimage of your OS. Good luck. Again sound like a mother board issue. Questions to ask, When did I notice the problem (Maybe able to restore to the point the problem started.) and did I install new software or hardware when this happened? Good Luck
As long as you have an active DSL connection in the new room, yes you should be fine. All settings are saved in the router's flash memory and won't be lost by disconnecting the power. Make careful note of where everything is plugged in (a digital photo is great!) and in the worst case, you can move it all back until you figure out what is wrong.
Move your computer to different postions and see if the frequency of the problem changes. Take your computer to a wireless internet cafe and see what happens as you move around the cafe. If your computer works at the cafe, your wireless router may be defective.