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DLink connection DLink router has been set up by the internet server. All lights are green. Laptop is on and functioning fine all networks are fine, yet the pop up says there is no connection. Everything seems to be fin, but no internet connection. Passwords etc. are all in order. Any suggestions? Aaron Lehman. aaronl@incentre.net

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  • Jeff richtman
    Jeff richtman May 11, 2010

    What OS are you using? XP/Vista?
    Sometimes windows will give a false positive when trying to detect an internet connection going through some routers. If the pop-up comes up on and off it could be a weak connection or if another computer is hooked up possibly a network collision.

    Check your ip address and make sure its a 192.168 or 10.x.x and not the 269.254.x.x ip givin by windows.

    If you can surf the internet fine, and everything is working more then likely its a false positive created by windows. Make sure you have the latest updates and service packs installed as well.


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  • try updating your D-Link's firmware at:http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=DI%2D524

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