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Connected to router, but internet access randomly shuts off.


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#1 Coolos

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Posted 11 April 2015 - 09:50 AM

Hey guys, I have had a recent problem with a new xfinity router I just got where my Inspiron computer running Windows 7 is connected to the router, but says no internet access. This happens often when I am browsing the web or watching a video, but not so much when I am not using the internet. The problem fixes itself usually in about 1 minute or so, or I can disconnect and reconnect to the router to fix it. I also have a problem where my laptop disconnects from the router every time I shut the case. Neither of these seem to happen on other devices connected to the router. Thanks for all comments. 



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#2 Coolos

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Posted 11 April 2015 - 02:33 PM

Another thing that seems to be happening is, after I do shut the laptop, when I open it again a little popup shows up in the bottom left saying that no network adapter can be found, and the network thing on the taskbar says no network connections can be found. This goes away after maybe 2 seconds or so.


Edited by Coolos, 11 April 2015 - 02:37 PM.





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