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Limited or no connectivity

How do I solve this problem
I have reset router
tried static IP's
used windows XP sp2 fix
used netsh winsock reset catalog
tried wireless and hard wired
this is for a number of users so their routers wouldn't all go at the same time although I advised 1 user to buy another router and everything worked

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When the limited or no connection comes up again, try right clicking on it and choosing repair. I hope this solves your problem

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