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Home Network deleted, using wifi now on pc, need help


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#1 zora576

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Posted 10 May 2014 - 11:12 PM

I've had my PC for quite some time and the network was already setup on my PC, it was a home network I believe not WIFI. So recently for some reason I deleted the home network accidentally while trying to trouble fix some issues with my pc and now it's gone. So I've connected my PC to our Wifi, it's from the same internet connection but I don't know, for some odd reason I'm having issues with browsing, everything is laggy from gaming to downloading sometimes. My previous home connection never had issues this severe.

 

So I'm wondering, is there any way I can get this connection back? Do I need to call my provider to get my ISP information to re set it up? Not tech savvy so this stuff is still difficult for me. Thanks guys.



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Posted 11 May 2014 - 02:13 PM

If you disable the wireless and plug the wire back in, what happens?


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