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Wireless Connection Says Connected At Excellent Strength But My Browser Cannot Find Server And Says I Am Not Connected

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#1 goodman1970


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Posted 25 December 2007 - 02:41 PM

I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop with wireless capability, and I have run the connection wizard and successfully created a connection to my home network. My computer tells me I am connected to the network at excellent strength but I cant get anything online. Browser says cannot find server. I have been looking at Toshiba, Microsoft, and Windows tech support pages and I have done everything fromredoing the network wizard to running ipconfig/all, ipconfig/release, and ipconfig/renew. It tells me that my ip adress is, which the web page says is indicative of having wireless adaptor problems. In the view connections page I have a local internet connection which says a network cable is unplugged, a loopback connector for Xdrive, and a 1394 wireless adaptor, and another wireless adaptor. All of these are also listed in my SUMMIT connectivity doctor, which says that it is unable to connect. I am not well versed in computers and Im about freaked out here. I use this laptop for my job and it quit working (internet) about a month ago. Can someone please help me?

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