vista won't connect to the internet!!!!!!!!!!!

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Click Start , click the Arrow button , then click Shut Down. In the following table, identify the connection problem and select the one that most closely describes your problem. You did not scour enough. Now it is imposible to find the real one for it. Ok real quick, I have tried everything I know but no cigar.

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Laptop won't connect to the internet?

The wierd thing is her computer shows full signal, excellent connection, when connected to the Airport, or directly -- it just doesn't work. So, tell me what to look at or check for. Any help is greatly appreciated. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Aashish G Replied on September 2, Please post back and let us know. Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply?

Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Jesse and Roxy Replied on September 12, In reply to Aashish G's post on September 2, The Vista machine connects to the Airport just fine, excellent signal strength.

When I am in network settings, it shows a good connection between the computer and the Airport, but it shows the Airport is not connected to the modem. I know the Airport is working fine because I am sitting here replying to this on one of the two Macs on this network. The internet was working for two days, and then it just stopped. In reply to Jesse and Roxy's post on September 12, I did everything recommended in this thread up, and realized the problem is not with the network.

I connected directly to the modem, restarted the computer and modem, obviously no internet. So I went into control panel, and the computer says it is connected to the internet. It won't let me diagnose anything if the computer thinks there is a connection. I don't want her to have to take it in somewhere to pay money and find out it is a simple setting that reconfigured when the computer crashed. I must say, I have a lot of respect for the people that work on and maintain windows machines everyday, these things are a pain to even figure out what is wrong, let alone fix a problem.

Networkingisapain in vista Replied on November 6, Your firmware upgrade might accept these protocols and avoid the issues with vista not accepting the dhcp packets request. You could leave it this way it will work just fine. In reply to Networkingisapain in vista's post on November 6, My vista machine woke up one day from hibernation and decided it could no longer identify my wired network.

I've tried a number of other fixes, including modifying my registry, and they do not work. How can I get in to see the DNS servers I'm hooked up to a Motorola don't know exactly what model, I'm not home at the moment to look cable modem? Will I have to borrow someone else's computer and hook it up to see this? I've tried everything in this thread and am still having this issue. I am going to try and back out SP2 and see what happens.

What do you all think? Supun7 Replied on August 4, Thank you very much.. Can't connect to the internet in Windows Vista Ask Question. Any help will be greatly appreciated, i have been on this for 4 weeks now. Joel Coehoorn 24k 8 70 All caps isn't cool. Chris Harrod 1 3. If all that fails comment back and we'll go on to more advanced things. I was able to ping Sounds like you're having a DNS issue then.

DO you use your router as a DNS server? You could try manually setting the DNS server to use as 8. See if you can ping google. Well, it has now gone down again, and says "Local". The Network Sharing says "Identifying So the intrernet seems to be up and down, and when it comes up, then i am able to only ping the above.

Update - I put in a default gateway of " So, now, i am able to get to google web page, ping Changing DNS Server to 8. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name.

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