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Connected to a network, but can't surf the internet.


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#1 nohal02

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Posted 24 December 2013 - 11:42 PM

I have a problem where my computer is connected to a network, but I can't browse website or surf any sort of internet connection needed application.

 

Ping to a website also proven to failed.

 

Whenever this happens, I need to restart my computer several times until it is fixed. But if I do a computer restart when this problem happens, I can't properly shutdown/restart my computer. It will stuck on windows 7 shutting down screen. It need a reset or a hard shutdown (Power ON button hold). 

 

Tried Wireless adapter, still problem persist, need restart for wifi be able to function too.

 

Tried reinstalled NIC driver. Still problem persist.

 

My computer specifications are as in Overclock.net rig signature http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/4352722 .

 

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

 

Herewith I've attached a screen shot during the problem for more information.

 

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Thank You.

 

P/S : If I need to move my topic elsewhere suitable, please inform me. It would be better if admin/mod can move and point me towards. I'm new to this forum. :)


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#2 nohal02

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Posted 25 December 2013 - 07:21 AM

Come on.. Lotsa views, no suggestion?



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Posted 26 December 2013 - 02:46 PM

Can you shut down the McAfee and see if that is the issue?

 

Any other devices on the network that work when your machine doesn't?



#4 nohal02

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Posted 26 December 2013 - 06:04 PM

Can you shut down the McAfee and see if that is the issue?

 

Any other devices on the network that work when your machine doesn't?

 

Shutdown McAfee, still the same. All other machine running internet fine. Only my PC that's not working.



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Posted 29 December 2013 - 06:02 PM

Did you check the adapter and the hosts file, to make sure that no malware has made any changes.

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 09:26 PM

Solved it, turns out McAfee didn't close properly on shutdowns or restarts, resulting that problem.

 

Reinstall McAfee solved the problem. Thank you.



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Posted 06 January 2014 - 09:56 PM

Solved it, turns out McAfee didn't close properly on shutdowns or restarts, resulting that problem.

 

Reinstall McAfee solved the problem. Thank you.

You need to just get rid of McAfee all together.  If you do not want to use Microsoft Security Essentials for Anti-Virus, Avast will do just as good of a job.  The firewall for Windows is better then McAfee's.

 

I disable firewalls when on my home LAN, due to our Gateway uses IPTables to handle all incoming and outgoing requests.



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Posted 06 January 2014 - 11:42 PM

 

Solved it, turns out McAfee didn't close properly on shutdowns or restarts, resulting that problem.

 

Reinstall McAfee solved the problem. Thank you.

You need to just get rid of McAfee all together.  If you do not want to use Microsoft Security Essentials for Anti-Virus, Avast will do just as good of a job.  The firewall for Windows is better then McAfee's.

 

I disable firewalls when on my home LAN, due to our Gateway uses IPTables to handle all incoming and outgoing requests.

 

 

I'm good with McAfee, few troubles here and there. But serves me well. 



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Posted 21 August 2016 - 11:18 AM

I copy paste this answer from another forum..

Check this link for better explanation  
Internet Access but Cannot Browse.
 
This video will guide you step by step on how to fix this.
It Covers three(3) Options;
 
Option 1
Basic Troubleshooting.
a) Hardware (Cable)
B) Software Trouble Shooting
c) DNS and Proxy
e) Application
 
Option 2
CMD and Firewall
 
a) Renew your IP address
B) Reset your Network Adapter
c)Restore your FireWall
 
Option 3
 
Restore your computer to an earlier date.


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Posted 21 December 2016 - 10:50 AM

i think i had this issue today and it was my wireless belkin router . please follow this guide that helped me solve this http://fixingblog.com/belkin-router-connect-no-internet-access/ see if this works and get your problem resolved 






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