Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Everytime i turn on my modem to connect to the 'net, i get a message that the connection has "limited or no connectivity' issues. This only started about a week ago. Before that, it connects just fine.
When i get this message, i just go to the control panel and click "repair" to repair the connection. After that it works just fine. I just dont want to do this everytime i connect to the internet. Anybody can help me with this?
Im using a cisco 2100 cable modem, with pctools firewall plus on a WinXP home service pack 3.
limited or no connectivity issue comes on a computer when modem and computer are not talking to each other in a proper manner .in this case the ip address of the computer turns to be 169.215......... which is a false ip first of all try to power cycle the complete system and while doing this flip the cables .once you have done that turn on your computer and check that it works or not .if not please try to trun off the firewall .even after doing this if it doesnot works then you need to hard reset the router and then you need to confgure it back again of the same problem comes please try to get back to me on fixya and i would love to solve your problem
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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