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Helpful +2 Report gj Apr 15, 2010 at 12:04 AM Does reduced signal strength means less users connected to access point Helpful +2 Report phone newbie May 28, 2010 at 10:58 The upper right shows the selected network, in this case, friedchicken. LikeLike Comment by techpaul | May 26, 2009 I'm getting with my laptops on my network but not my desktop! Ever notice how sometimes on a secure site your web browser will say "this page contains both secure and non-secure items. http://magicnewspaper.com/internet-connection/only-my-computer-s-internet-connection-dies.html

One little image can easily be equal to the data of all the text on the page. In my case it was due to problems with sleep/hibernate. But, I still can use my laptop connect to wifi at the office . Get the answer notsofaroffJan 16, 2011, 2:41 AM Okay problem still hasn't been fixed.

Windows 7 Loses Internet Connection But Not Network Connection

So to keep browsing I have to disconnect and reconnect to the internet. Each device works fine but when I log my Mac into wifi everything else looses connection. Any ideas on what is wrong...I think it has something to do with a registry key or a port block.

Doing that defeats the purpose of the wireless. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Running the network troubleshooter would resolve it by reseting the NIC card. Internet Connection Drops Every 30 Minutes Wonder what the cause of this is and if it's fixable. –Zoran Jan 17 '10 at 23:15 @Zoran - Try stopping and restarting the LAN Adapter via the Network

Helpful +5 Report Level2Tech Jan 5, 2010 at 07:39 PM If you're certain there is no security software or firewall preventing your access (boot to safe mode /w networking & try) Keep Losing Internet Connection Windows 7 Many computer users are savvy enough to try to clean their machines themselves, and others should get professional assistance. Helpful +5 Report gounbas Jul 8, 2009 at 04:02 PM 3 of my clients are experiencing the same issue. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/31798-43-internet-connection-drops-minutes LikeLike Comment by techpaul | March 26, 2011 Good day!

You provide another clue, "computer runs so slow I can turn it on in the morning, have.." Sure sounds like spyware infection to me. Computer Keeps Losing Internet Connection This solution is perfect and has worked straight away. Maybe if you figure out your issue, it'll point me in the right direction. Loading...

Keep Losing Internet Connection Windows 7

Nov 9, 2009 at 10:02 PM I'm also having the same issue with my SONY laptop.. if it not can u email me and tell me how to fix it thank you !!! Windows 7 Loses Internet Connection But Not Network Connection Reply Ben Dover November 3, 2013 I had the same problem with only one solution. Losing Internet Connection Windows 10 If you have tried the steps provided in the article and answers to previous comments… * used the repair feature * cleared the browser cache * reset IE * cleaned any

Readthis! Any advice would help a ton. I finally came across an updated driver for the Centrino Wireless n 1030. If you're constantly rebooting the router then here are three tips that will almost certainly fix the problem: Change the Channel Check Power Settings Update Drivers and Firmware Change the Channel Wireless Connection Keeps Dropping

You may have to repeat the Repair tool after the modem reboot. Helpful +6 Report Omegaman Jan 1, 2009 at 01:37 PM I am sorry to disagree with the post that stated the OS "only" controls the internet connection. Reboot. Power cycling fixes the problem.

When that doesn't work, call your service provider. Losing Internet Connection Every Few Minutes Click the "plus" button to make a new location and click Done. This was a fantastic suggestion and I don't know why I didn't think of it sooner myself.

Please let me know if your with TWC.

Pingback: Why do I keep losing Wi-Fi after sleeping? | fixedByVonnie() Daniel S Stanley My router's wifi randomly will turn off and back on within a few minutes. In my past experiences, in which I have encounter at least 5-7 times of this with no solution, with the exception of wiping everything out and re-installing the operating system. LISTEN while others are talking. Laptop Keeps Losing Wifi Connection Windows 10 Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the

After months of non-conformity (even after running Spybot and Malwarebytes), my IE browswer refused to load any quicker than 12 seconds. Glad I could help. alyoshkaJan 21, 2011, 11:17 AM Remove the new card and then do the reinstall windows........Then check if you still have the problem, that's the easiest way, but, the longest..... Reply Kenny April 10, 2013 This worked for me.

The problem is only with this computer. HELP MEEEE solved Connection drops out for a few seconds every 10 mins! It's definitely not my isp all the lights that are suppose to be lit on the modem are staying on like they should. Thanks!

Now my problem is how to save this plan to be as a default plan when the computer starts. LikeLike Comment by Merrilee | November 21, 2008 Merrilee- Here is a clue: "It ran beautifully for about the first 3-4 months".. The problem almost assuredly has to do with an IP setting on ports, connection timing, or both. I even looked in the system32 folder, looked in the drivers ETC folder and checked the Hosts file for any added lines.

Uncheck the box on the same line as Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6). But, I haven't seen your machine. You can update your WiFi driver by clicking the Windows icon in the lower left corner of the screen and typing  this phrase: windows update After this your connectivity should return LikeLike Comment by KsTinMan | March 26, 2011 KsTinMan, You are quite correct.

I shall attempt these and see how that goes. more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science I changed my router for a different one at first and that didn't "solve" the problem. Even if every anti-malware scanner known told me I was clean..

I don't know if the instructions here are clearer -- but check them out: http://8help.osu.edu/3618.html And no, an ipconfig /flushdns should not require another power cycle -- but it might take Why does this happen in the first place, though?