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No valid IP configuration for Wifi

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#1 pastorval9


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Posted 05 April 2016 - 08:34 AM

I ran a system restore as my Acer computer was acting a bit strange. When it rebooted I could nolonger access internet. Tried numerous thing ie, safe mode.malwarebyte but scan incomplete because I can't get online for update. Computer repair says I have a virus. Wifi works fine on all my other devices. Please Help

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#2 DefaultGateway


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Posted 05 April 2016 - 08:49 AM

Before System Restore, how was your computer acting strange? Did you see pop-ups or was it slow?

FYI, it's possible to undo the changes System Restore has made, but before that, let's check some network issues.

Can you ping and and google.com ?


Press the Windows Button and R simultaneously.

A small window called "Run" will appear, typ in cmd

A new window will open, here you can use the Ping command. (ping [IP-Address or Hostname])

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