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My Laptop has no Internet Access during certain time frame

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#1 Kay100


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Posted 13 October 2016 - 05:21 PM

It started few days ago. In the morning my laptop works fine. But I usually turn it on at around 4pm in the afternoon every day and there would be no internet access for this laptop. And then wait around until 9:30pm at night, the internet access would be back on again. And then until 12am midnight the internet access would be gone again. Then the next morning would all be working fine. 


It seem like there is a fixed time frame every day that the wifi internet access would be gone. And then In the morning and late night it would be working all fine.


I wonder if there's some new kind of virus that's causing this to happen?


By the way there's no problem with the internet provider because I have other devices that use the internet and they all running fine all day.

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#2 buddy215


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Posted 14 October 2016 - 04:38 AM

This sounds like there is some type of parental control being used. I suggest you look for that. It could be a Windows parental control setting

or some Third Party program....Here is a link to search results that may help...restrict time online in Windows - Google Search

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