Connection stays on even after unplugging it

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I need help in my computer. My mouse and audio is stuttering and my wireless internet connection stays on whether I unplugged it or not, and to the use of a wired connection. I tried putting my Wi-Fi card into another slot, but still it did not help. I have a good internet wireless coverage, but I can’t use my computer in this kind of condition. Please help me Experts!

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Answered By 0 points N/A #110504

Connection stays on even after unplugging it

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Hello Kris,

 

Some of the reasons why it's happening because of low or bad power supply. Try unplugging and plugging it again and then trubleshoot your internet connection. Here are the steps:

  • Go to control panel and click network connerctions
  • Right click internet connection and then choose disable
  • After disabling it, unplug internet connection for 10-15 seconds
  • After 15 seconds, plug in your internet connection
  • Enabled internet access
  • Refrsh your computer
  • Itw ould be much better if you restart youc omputer if nothing happens.

I hope it might lep. Have a great day!

 

Zorian

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Connection stays on even after unplugging it

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Mouse and audio are stuttering is caused by bad wires connected at the back of the computer going to it's respected slots, mouse and speaker. Check all these wires and make sure all are sured, you may unplugged and replugged it back if needed.

Wireless Internet connection is not working is caused by numbers of reasons, wireless card, wireless router, wireless software settings and wireless encryption code.

All these issues play big factor why the wireless Internet connection is not working. To identify if the problem with the router, try using wired connection. If this works, using wired plugged in, then you can do and move on to the next possible issue.

Make sure you have the correct wireless network name or SSID and encryption code or WEP/WPA. Log-in to the router settings, going to 192.168.1.1 if necessary, to make sure you have the correct information needed for wireless.

If all are at hand, then do this steps to configure the wireless connection.

Go to Start, Control Panel
Network and Internet
Network and Sharing Center
Change Adapter Settings
Right click Wireless Connections
Left click on Connect/Disconnect
Choose your wireless network
Highlight your SSID and click Connect
Type the encryption code, WEP/WPA

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