- Registration date
- Sunday June 6, 2010
- Last seen
- July 16, 2020
Try this 1
1) First check your SSID and the security key.
2) Check if you are laptop is able to acquire IP address, subnet mask etc from the
router. Click on Start --> In search box, type cmd and press Enter.
[If you are using Windows XP then Click on Start --> Run --> Type cmd and press
"Command Prompt' will be opened. Enter the below command
ipconfig/all and press Enter.
Make sure that IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and DNS Servers
are having addresses.
3) Internet Explorer :
Right click on the "Internet Explorer" icon---->Click on "Properties"---> Click on
"Connections" tab-->Click on LAN settings button. In that window uncheck all the
options, if you notice any option selected.
4) Open the command prompt and enter the below command
netsh I i r r --> Press Enter.
If the problem still exists, try disabling either your antivirus or firewall.