Difference between Windows 7 64-bit Windows Pro to HP deskjet 32-bit

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I have two computers which use windows 7 of which one is a 64 bit windows professional IBM laptop and the other one is HP Desktop 32bit with windows professional the two seem to have one common problem of not accessing the internet after some time.

They both connect to Linksys G-router but after some time I get an error message “limited internet Access” but when I check all the connections I found out okay and the after I do the uninstallation of wireless drivers and then I boot the pc then it has to ask for the security code for the router after is done then the problem is solved. What could be the problem is it the router or could be the windows 7 which is does not work well with wireless network connection.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #105172

Difference between Windows 7 64-bit Windows Pro to HP deskjet 32-bit

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Hallo Alcres,

The problem that displays a limited network access is most of the times caused by a slow internet connection which could be caused by your routing not connecting properly and hence you will need to restart it. If restarting does not solve the problem with the router you will need to call you ISP for them to fix the problem for you.

Otherwise it could be a problem with the network connection settings. Just go to the network sharing center and then under local area connection properties, check if the IPv4 settings for the gateway, subnet mask, IP address and DNS servers have been properly configured.

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Mahesh Babu

 

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Difference between Windows 7 64-bit Windows Pro to HP deskjet 32-bit

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If your computer is connected to a Wi-Fi router and you receive the message “limited internet access” on the system tray, it simply means you don’t have internet connection. The Wi-Fi router is running but the computer can’t connect to the internet.

If you are using a laptop and you are connected to the router via Wi-Fi, make sure you are not too far from the router because it can cause problems with the connection. Try moving closer to the router. If this doesn’t work or you are connected to the router using a cable but you still don’t have connection, try resetting the router.

Turn off the router and unplug it from the power for about 10 to 20 seconds. Press any button on the router to drain any power left. After this, plug the router back to the power and turn it on. When the router is ready, try connecting to the internet again.

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