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Tar-8149 asked ·

Weird network problem???

-Hi guys,so i turned on my pc,and i saw that i dont have internet connection. To fix it i opened the command prompt,and typed in three commands:
-netsh winsock reset
-netsh int ip reset reset.log
-ipconfig /flushdns
I did all of this and i didnt fix it,i've unplugged and plugged back in the ethernet cable,and still nothing.Then i reset my network config,and when i booted up my pc,this showed up in the network settings!!!!!What do i do,i cant fix this and i dont have internet connection on my computer!?


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Hi,

We have not get information from you for several days.
Any update for your issue?

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DSPatrick answered ·

Please post an unedited ipconfig /all


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Badrobot99 answered ·

Go into device manager and uninstall the network driver for the NIC and reinstall it. FYI: without internet it will install the Windows Standard Driver for this. In most cases this is fine, but you may have to go to the website of the NIC for the actual driver. This should essentially for everything to reset.

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KapilArya answered ·

Hello,

Using Troubleshoot button, run Network Adapter troubleshooter. Let us know what it reports back.

Regards.

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Sean-Liming answered ·

First run these commands at the command prompt:

ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew

Second, power cycle the router and cable modem. Verify these are showing Internet connection.

If these don't work contact, your internet provider.

Of course, you posted to this forum so you must have some internet connection with some device.

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NickZervos answered ·

Is it a wireless connection?
Were there recent updates?
Check the lights on the NIC.
Can you ping your routers IP and DNS?
Can you ping a Web site Ike 8.8.8.8?

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GregLindsay-7500 answered ·

Hi,

Please make sure that the network list service is running and not disabled. This is what can cause those lines in the network status.

You can check this by opening the services console. Just run "services.msc" from an elevated (administrator) command prompt.

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hithkj answered ·

Using windows troubleshoot option will reset your network adaptor and configuration and will restart your machine.

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