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Cannot connect to internet through my laptop

Hi when i tried to go on my laptop today it wont connect to the internet even though my computer upstairs is running fine i really dont understand what the problem can be

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  • lowlyv Jun 04, 2008

    my internet symbol will not turn on

  • natz20 Jun 15, 2008

    i got a belkin router 54g a few weeks back i followed all the instructions and set it up everythinf worked great until last nite my internet just stopped working so i tried reinstalling the belkin and everytime i do it says its sucessful but when i try to connect to the internet wirelessly it wont work i now need to have the cable connected at all times.. it is not showing that i have a wireless network anymore to connect to how do i fix this?

  • AS_179 Aug 26, 2008

    My laptop is the only computer connected to the router, it shows there is local connection, but there is no access to internet. The router is connected to a wimax modem. Not sure what the problem is.

  • srmt25 Aug 30, 2008

    I have the same problem. I have been connected with the router for nearly a year and it seems that in the last 2 months it is getting more and more loss of connectivity. Now i cant even connect with out going straight out of my modem. Whats happening?????

  • PrabhakaranR Oct 09, 2008

    I have two laps with same config, brand and VISTA home premium OS. One is updated with all hotfixes and one is not....



    when i try to conenct the net directly from modem it connects with no problem with two laptops. but when i use to configure benklin 52g router with easy installation guide the laptop without updates can easily detects the router and setsup the password and other things, but the other laptop with all updates and hotfixes says that "no router is detected in any of your network adaptors". I dont find the problem with router as it connects with other laptop and also no problem with network adaptor as it connects directly with modem, then why the router and this laptop are making problems? is it because of updates and hotfixes i have?



    Please do help.

  • Rachel Dixon
    Rachel Dixon May 11, 2010

    What model and OS are you running? Did the above fix work? If not more info needed in order to give you the correct fix

    :0)


  • xCAUSALITYx
    xCAUSALITYx May 11, 2010

    Hi,



    Have you tried retarting the router, belkin routers sometimes lock up.



    Cheers

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Unplug the router for a little while ( I have the same router and it does the same thing) then plug back in and you sould be able to connect

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