Question about Computers & Internet
Hi cpbosley! Let me help you with your issue.
Here's what you need to do:
Try Power Cycle!
STEP 1: Turn off your computer, Wireless Router, and your Modem (if you have one).
STEP 2: Unplug the power cord of those devices.
STEP 3: After unplugging the power cords, press and HOLD the power button of the devices for 5 - 10 seconds.
STEP 4: Turn on the modem first (if you have one) or the Router if you dont have the modem. And watch for the LED lights and check its behavior. If the LED lights are normal, turn on the computer.
STEP 5: Check for functionality by checking if the router is being detected by your computer or if you are connected to it, and then go to the internet to check if you now have the connection.
I know it will work. Be Positive!
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Good luck and thank you!
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