Problem connecting to Acer e l572?help

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Hey everyone,

I'm experiencing problem with my PC, the problem is when I'm connecting to internet on this PC it is showing yellow light and I'm unable to access internet. The thing is its wifi connection and some times it is connecting quickly and when connected its is showing yellow light with no internet access. Please help me solve this.

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Problem connecting to Acer e l572?help

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Hey Miguel, nothing is new with the issues of Acer computers regarding the limited connectivity for the internet connection. This started way back 2011, when the new updates for the Acer LAN and wifi adapters were non-existing. Although this is not a real resolution to the recurring Acer problem, this configuration may provide some quick resolution. Try to go to the computer management option and open your Device Manager. Try to double click your Wireless Network Adapter, usually this is Atheros. Now tap the driver tab, and click update driver. This will provide a momentary relief from the connection issue. 

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Problem connecting to Acer e l572?help

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If you are connecting your computer to the internet using Wi-Fi but there is no internet connection, you should check your Wi-Fi router. Try resetting it. If your Wi-Fi router has a power button, press it to turn it off then unplug it from the power for about 10 to 20 seconds. Press any button on the router to drain any power left and also to power cycle.

After this, plug the router back to the power and turn it on. When the router is ready, try connecting to the internet again and see if it works. Also, make sure your password and SSID are correct. Any Wi-Fi-enabled device will not be able to connect to a Wi-Fi router or Wi-Fi network if one of these is incorrect.

The SSID or Wi-Fi name also acts like a password. You will still not be able to connect to a Wi-Fi network if you only know the password but not the Wi-Fi name or SSID. This is possible if the Wi-Fi name is hidden. If you still can’t connect to the internet via Wi-Fi, try shifting to a cable connection.

Buy an Ethernet cable or LAN cable and plug it to your computer and to the Wi-Fi router. This should fix the problem because it will not require you any password or SSID when connecting. The only downside is the limited distance. If you are using a laptop, you can only go as far as the cable goes.

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