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Laptop not connecting to network

I am having a problem with my router. My laptop can see and connect to my router and says it is connected to my network, but I can not access the internet nor any other computer on my network.

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Re: laptop not connecting to network

Haved u tries Unplagging your Cable or DSL modem and also unplug the router.  Connect them again and this shoud fix your problem.  If not unplug both again but this time also Reset the router after its on.  hope this helps

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What type of hardware are you using (laptop/desktop/tablet)? What make and model is it? If you have both wired and wireless network adapters, try making a new network with the other adapter. Also try to create a new network connection for the current adapter.

You can check for driver issues from the desktop clicking the Windows key + X (on systems with keyboards) and choosing the Control Panel. Then under System and Security (or Hardware and Sound) choose the Device Manager. Scroll down to the Network Adapters and expand that section by clicking on the plus sign. If there is a triangle with an exclamation point or a red x, then you have a driver issue. Use another machine to download the drivers and place them on a USB drive or other external media. Install the drivers. (If you can use a different network adapter, then just download and install the drivers.) Try the network trouble-shooter to identify a problem.

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