Windows 7 Internet Connectivity Issue

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I have problems with my internet connectivity with my Windows 7. I tried all the possible ways and failed. I tried System Restore but could not solve the issue. I even entered the IP of my LAN then reset the winsock catalogue with nets hint IPrest catalogue command in cmd then it asked for Administrator password even if I am on my administrator account. How can I resolve the problem?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #98600

Windows 7 Internet Connectivity Issue

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Hi,

 

Try doing a power cycle on your entire network. Turn off your computer, router and/or modem. Turn on your modem first, wait for about 3 minutes, turn on your router, wait for about 3 minutes, then turn on your computer. If that doesn't help, check to see if you're getting a valid ip address from the router. If does, try and do a ping test to the router. If it replies with no problems, ping a website. If it goes through, you have a browser problem. If a ping to a website does not go through, your router may not be configured properly or may need to be configured again to be able to communicate with the modem.

 

Thank you. Hope it helps.

 

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Windows 7 Internet Connectivity Issue

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Do you know that the administrator account created when you installed windows has more access to configure settings than your user created admin accounts. This account wont appear in the logon screen. You will have to press Ctrl + Alt + Del twice to get the classical login dialogue. Enter the username as administrator and leave the password blank (If you didn't set any password for it) and login. Now try to reset the winsock catalogue.

Your newly installed firewall could be causing the problem. Disable it and try to connect the internet.

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