Question about Computers & Internet
Please follow the steps suggested in order.
First, temporarily disable all the security and firewall software
Note : enable them after performing troubleshooting steps.
Second, you may run the Network troubleshooter first to see if it canhelp diagnose and solve your problem. Open the Network troubleshooter byright-clicking the network icon in the notification area, and then clickingTroubleshoot problems.
You can also run the Internet Connections troubleshooter by:
1. Clicking the Start button , and thenclicking Control Panel.
2. In the search box, type troubleshooter,and then click Troubleshooting.
3. Under Network and Internet, clickConnect to the Internet.
For more troubleshooting help, see Why can't I connect to the Internet? (http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/Windows7/why-can-t-i-connect-to-the-internet)
Third, I would suggest you to turn on network discovery and checkwhether it helps to fix the issue. To do so, please follow the steps below:
1. Open Advanced sharing settings by clicking the Startbutton, and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type network, clickNetwork and Sharing Center, and then, in the navigation pane, click Changeadvanced sharing settings.
2. Click the chevron to expand the current network profile.
3. Click Turn on network discovery, and then click Savechanges. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, typethe password or provide confirmation.
To know more about this feature, please visit the below mentioned link:
Flush DNS and request a new IP address from your ISP server by following thesesteps.
* Click Start
* Click run
* In the run box type cmd.exe and click OK
* When the command prompt opens type the following. ENTERafter each new line.
* ipconfig /flushdns
For Internet Explorer you may perform the following methods and check.
Method 1 :
Run Internet Explorer in No Add-ons mode Although browser add-ons can enhanceyour online experience, they can occasionally interfere or conflict with othersoftware on your computer. Try starting Internet Explorer without add-ons tosee whether the problem is resolved. Follow these steps:
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
Open the network protocol ..and take a look on the support ..and see if any servers are allocated...if there are not ..it is either a matter of drivers for the network card ..or the provider has a temporary issue with the connection ...The servers on the modems can be manually inserted if you get into the browser ..and type the http://ip of the modem ...and hit enter..
the modem's IP address is written on the label ...This way you will be directed to the modem's settings and if you know the server you can manually insert it ..and save changes..
But I think first you should unplug it from the power source for 30 seconds and plug it again ..and see if it gets the server automatically ...and also call the provider..cause if you use the tcp/ip protocol with assign an IP address automatically ..it means that your lack of connection to the server is the provider's fault ...(you can check it by connecting another computer for a moment and see if it works ..this way you will know that it is a fault of the notebook ..and look for the LAN driver to reinstall ...
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If you keep getting this ps3 error 807101ff, then somethings definitely wrong with your online communication. To be specific, you are having what it called a DNS error. You see, the DNS settings on your network is your means of contacting and communicating with an online server. In the case of the ps3, that online server happens to be a game server. Without a correct DNS setting, your online network is "doomed", or put in another way, useless.
807101ff problem? It's really quite easy! What you can do is to try the POWER CYCLING method. To do this, turn off your ps3 and all of your networking devices like the modem and router. Remove the power cord of the router and modem as well, to be sure. You then wait for a short while, like a few minutes.
After the short wait, you can now connect back the modem and turn it on. After you get a solid light on the modem, connect back the router. The last thing you turn on is the ps3. This way, your ps3 would be able to try obtaining an IP address. Likewise, it will also try to establish a stable DNS setting. This technique works most of the time in solving the problem
Hope this helps you!
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