January 3rd, 2006, 08:21 PM #1
Can't Connect to Internet Through wireless!!
Starting yesterday, my computer with wireless was unable to go online. Whenever i tried connecting, it saids "Limited or No connectivity" I tried disabling/enabling it, reinstall my adaptor, try talkin to the router but no luck. However i can go under netgear router setup through my other computer downstairs thats wired. I have a Netgear WGR614 and Zyxel G360 Adaptor. I know its not signal issue b/c under utility it shows i still get good signal.
Can anyone help me how to fix this damn wireless problem?Live Fast, Die Young, Dont Forget, Dont Regret
January 4th, 2006, 03:15 PM #2
I assuming there weren't any changes on teh Netgear router were there?
Even if you do get signal, it doesn't necessarily mean that it will be a quality signal.
January 5th, 2006, 01:41 AM #3
No, the router hasnt been modified. See the problem is, when i try to connect other networks near my neighbor hood, it doesnt even try to aquire IP address. It just directly says "limited or no connection" to all connection available around me...
I think my router is working fine...Live Fast, Die Young, Dont Forget, Dont Regret
January 7th, 2006, 06:32 PM #4
bump...Live Fast, Die Young, Dont Forget, Dont Regret
January 7th, 2006, 07:02 PM #5
Sound like you wireless receiver card in your computer may have died.
I'd try uninstalling it and removing it, do the restart, check device mgr to make sure it is gone.
Then put it back in and let it reinstall itself. Make sure you are on the correct channel for you wireless when you finish.Obama doesn't need an "enemies list"... He sees half the country as his enemy.
January 7th, 2006, 07:14 PM #6
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You may have interference with something else, like a new wireless network on the same channel close by or a new cordless phone. Try changing the channel, if the first time does not work try all of them one at a time. make sure to try it with the router and your computer in the same room.
January 8th, 2006, 07:02 PM #7
okay... i'll try. I don't think its my adaptor dying because i put my old adaptor in and it results in same behavier. Also i think its my computers network configuration thats messed up b/c when i try to connect to my neighbors connection, that doesnt work also. But i guess ill try switching channels one by one and let u guys know.Live Fast, Die Young, Dont Forget, Dont Regret
January 8th, 2006, 07:25 PM #8
This is the same problem I am having!!!With my Buffalo Airstation. Just started a few days ago also!! My regular CompUSA (backup wired)router wont work either. . Will connect directly to the internet via cable modem, however will not through any of the routers. Routers will allow PC's to share with each other but not internet.Swapped cables around, uninstalling repairing etc.Etc Road Runner says it isn't the modem. Update related!??????!!!Work hard to become not to acquire. I didn't work hard to win a million dollars, I worked hard to become Winston Cup Champion. Alan Kulwicki 1992
January 8th, 2006, 09:44 PM #9
Wierd after four days, it started working again.Work hard to become not to acquire. I didn't work hard to win a million dollars, I worked hard to become Winston Cup Champion. Alan Kulwicki 1992
January 8th, 2006, 09:55 PM #10
Do this, Have your wireless device such as a laptop, go into wireless settings for your laptop and have it only connect to your router, name your router something and have it connect to this. In the router properties switch it to MAC address verify, find out your mac address for your laptop lets say, typ eit in the acceptable mac address in the router properties, and that way it will only connec tto the router, and the router will only connect to devices that you have listed under MAC addresses. That way you wont have anyone leach off of your router. Its 100% compared to other types of security.Theos Ek Mechanes
January 8th, 2006, 10:29 PM #11Originally Posted by aramazdLive Fast, Die Young, Dont Forget, Dont Regret
January 8th, 2006, 11:09 PM #12
Gosh.... I've been trying switching channels but no luck. I even tried reinstalling TCP/IP protocol and drivers for adaptor. I think its my computer related problem. I dont think its the hardware malfunctioning problem. Does any1 have any idea whats up?Live Fast, Die Young, Dont Forget, Dont Regret
January 9th, 2006, 12:33 AM #13
Call your IP provider and ask them if anyone else is having the same trouble. Might be with your IP provider.I think mine was because it suddenly started worrking again like it was never broken.Was very wierd.
1. Your DHCP server is down on a hardwired network. On a home network, this server could be your Internet service provider's server, your personal router, or your DHCP provider.
2. Your DHCP server is down on a wireless network. On a home network, this server could be your ISP's server, your personal router, or your DHCP provider.
3. On a wireless network, this message may appear when you use an incorrect Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) key or if you do not have a WEP key.
4. You may not have an IP address, or your TCP/IP settings may be corrupted.
5. You may be experiencing other issues that are related to your Internet connection.Work hard to become not to acquire. I didn't work hard to win a million dollars, I worked hard to become Winston Cup Champion. Alan Kulwicki 1992
January 9th, 2006, 09:07 PM #14
hm... well i think it was TCP/IP setting corrupted. I deleted winsock and winsock2 reg in regedit and reinstalled TCP/IP and it started to work again....so far.Live Fast, Die Young, Dont Forget, Dont Regret
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