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Identifying and Connected Problem

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#1 gibsgoinpro


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Posted 27 July 2015 - 08:08 PM

Having trouble using Internet and never had a problem before. I moved to a different house.

Have a desktop and a antenna adapter to connect wirelessly. Wireless modem and cable internet with several computers connected wirelessly.

The problem: when connecting to network it says I am connected with great signal strength. But won't let me use Internet because it says "identifying" with a clock symbol. It just stays that way never letting me get on websites.

One time it did let me get on website after I guess it identified but after a short while the speed of the Internet got really slow and finally got to where it just stayed trying to load websites forever so basically wasn't able to use the Internet.

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