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Can't connect to home network -couldn't detect proxy-

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#1 Fares989


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Posted 17 August 2017 - 11:33 PM

I just got a new pc yesterday with wn881nd adapter.
Everything is good except one problem. I couldn't connect to my home wifi. It is connected but there is no internet.
Tried troubleshooting and it shows that the problem is "Could not detect proxy settings". I reset the tcp ip and many things -found that in internet. I don't have any knowledge about network- but didn't work.
Also tried to disable the adapter and enable it again, set IPv4 and IPv6 as automatic but nothing.
I can connect to my phone hotspot and the internet working great but when I change to home wifi the internet won't work.
Sorry for my poor english.

Edited by Fares989, 18 August 2017 - 03:51 AM.

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