I have a laptop with a Killer Wireless N-1202 network adapter. I'm currently having problems connecting to the internet wirelessly. On this laptop:
- When connected with a wired connection, I can access the internet normally.
- When connected with a wireless connection, I have only very limited internet connectivity
- When trying to connect, I get: "Resolving host". Ends up ultimately in "This Site Could Not Be Reached". Server IP address could not be found.
- With wireless connection, if I try to obtain DNS server automatically in IPv6 and IPv4, I can get the google web page, but virtually nothing else.
- With wireless connection, if I try to obtain DNS server automatically in IPv6 and use 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 for IPv4, I can get google and YouTube websites, but virtually nothing else.
We have several additional computers in the home connected via wireless. They are functioning normally. This problem occurs when trying to connect to networks both at home and work.
I use the chrome browser. I previously used IE on this computer (maybe 6 months ago), but I was having great difficulty connecting to the web. I would open a new tab and it would remain blank. I would have to open multiple tabs before I was able to access google. I assume IE was somehow corrupt. Can't remember if I tried reinstalling IE or just moved to chrome as it was an easy solution.
I read that these symptoms can be a result of malware, but that doesn't seem to be the case. I tried finding a solution in the malware forum, but they referred me to this forum. NASDAQ from the malware team had me delete and reinstall chrome, but this didn't help. You can see all what we tried here:
Other than getting help here, I'm at a loss as to what to do next. Thanks in advance for the help.