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I have a dell inspirion 6000 laptop. Im in the military deployed overseas. The router that i connect to is a public router that all military members use. I have had no problems for the past 5 months but as of 3 days ago anytime that i connect all i get is "Limited or no Connectivity". All of the other users are able to connect with no problems. My signal strength is excellent. I've tried to rollback to my previous settings of a week ago and also tried the repair function of the Integrated ProSet Wireless under the control panel but neither worked. Any ideas??
Right click on the WiFi icon on the taskbar, select "view available wireless networks".
Then right click on change order of preferred networks
If the "Use windows to configure my wireless" is unticked, tick it
From the list below select the network you are trying to connect to and remove it and press OK
Then right click on the WiFi icon again and Vioew available networks and try to connect
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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