I am having some serious wireless connectivity issues.
About four days ago, my laptop just suddenly refused to connect to the internet. I took it to the Tech department at my school, and they said it seems to be a virus since so many people were having the problem.
I've ran Dr. Web, which is far superior to what came on my computer (McAfee) and what I purchased (SuperAnti Spyware). It found nothing, which is shocking, because it always finds something...
Then, from googling the issue, I did find one suggestion: I reset the WINSOCK and TCP/IP in the command prompt. I'm still have the issues.
My WiFi switch is always in the on position. It will connect for maybe 30 seconds if I turn it off, wait a few seconds, and turn it back on. But, after 30 seconds, it turns off again.
It has been a nightmare since my professors post their assignments online, and most of my personal business is handled online.
I feel that I've done all someone of my limited computer knowledge can do. Please help!
Thanks so much in advance!
Oh, I almost forgot; my OS is Windows 7, and the computer is a Dell XPS M1330.
Again, thank you. If I've left out any pertinent information, please let me know!
Edited by Merope, 05 September 2010 - 12:39 PM.