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Go to your local area connection from Control panel>Network and internet connection>Network connection.There choose the property of your local area connection.
In property,uncheck the option Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity.And choose OK button.Now you have done.Now disable and enable local area connection from network connection.You will seenotification saying acquiring network address and connected.The error of limited area connectivity will never disturb you again.
Thank you for the detailed information. Not having internet can be frustrating! If the "Online" light is not turning on, that means it is not obtaining an IP address from your internet service provider. Since the "send" and "receive" lights are blinking, this means the coaxial cable (Tv cable) is screwed in.
I would suggest finding a phone number for your internet service provider to assist you further. There may be a service outage in your general area, or there may be a localize issue. They may have to go through troubleshooting with you over the phone, so you may have to unplug the modem, and maybe even bypass the Netgear router to troubleshoot with them. If the issue cannot be resolved over the phone, they may need to send out a repair man to resolve your issue.
Connect Modem cable to Modem port of the Belkin Router
Check the light status
Flashing Amber-- Issue with Physical connection (Check Cables)
Steady Amber-- Needs to be configured
Follow these steps
Open Web Browsers like Internet Explroer or Safari
Type in Web address bar
Leave the BOX blank and click on submit
Torwards the left side you can find Restore Factory Defaults
Click on it
Restore Defaults> Click on OK for Disclaimers
Then select Connection Type, then select Dynamic>Host name ( put your computer name)> Click on SUBMIT
Select MAC ADDRESS( towards left side)> select CLONE
Then Reboot both Modem and Router
Hope it will fx the issue for You
STEADY GREEN-- Ready to use the internet
Flashing Green--- Router is booting up
((((((FOR HARDRESET -- Behind the router you can find reset hole... Press and Hold with any sharp object (toothpick or Paper clip) for 40 secs))))
The broadband link light tells you the status of the connection between the modem and the broadband servers in your area. Green means everything is A-Ok while amber means your modem is not picking up a broadband signal.
Try turning the modem off and on and also make sure the cables are secure while you're at it. If the broadband light is still amber, the only thing you could do next is to call your internet service provider.
By connected do you mean ie local area connection says connected but when you try to open any page in your browser it wont load. Right click on local area connection icon in taskbar (right hand corner) select status you should see packet activity with a steady stream on sent and recieved. At the top you will see a support tab click this and you will see details of your IP which should start with 192.168.?? etc click the repair tab this could fix it, also make sure IP does not start 169.??? etc. Hope this helps if not let me know.
Please see this link. You will need to download and install the drivers for your network adapter. You can download these from either the manufacturer's website or the motherboard or network card mfr's site. Please see this tutorial on how to do this. I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread. If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!
assuming it's XP,right click my computer>properties>hardware tab>device manager, then look down list for network adapters, if its there click the '+' sign, then right click on the network adapter and select uninstall.
Restart pc and the network card will be found and the driver automatically installed.
It should now be in network connections, if not reply back