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Strange Problem With The Internet On This Computer ....


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#1 Gibral33

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Posted 24 December 2015 - 03:48 AM

Hi Guys,

 

So my brother have a problem with Internet on his computer. You know that Internet Indicator/Icon in the right hand side of the tray in Windows 7 which indicates LAN/WLAN status ? He can use computer as always but It either randomly stop working and suddenly displays yellow exclamation mark or when we try to download a game via Origin after like 5 - 20 minutes it's happening the same thing. The only way to do is to turn off and on Lan adapter in computer management. I want to also add while this is happening, other computers in the network have internet and router is working as it should.

 

Any suggestions ?

Thanks



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#2 Skov

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Posted 25 December 2015 - 09:57 AM

The yellow exclamation point means limited connectivity, usually means your connected to the other computers on your network but not on the internet. I would try instead of disabling the adapter go to device manager and right click on it and uninstall. if you have a check box to leave files on PC leave them. then reboot it and it reinstalls the adapter. is it wifi or wired?






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