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I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop running Windows XP Home Edition SP2. Recently, I got hit with a Limited or No Connectivity error trying to connect to my wireless router. At first, it was solved using WinsockXPFix, but it is back. This time WinsockXPFix does not help. I can manually assign an IP address to access my router, but I would rather acquire an IP address automatically. I connect to a D-Link DI-524 router at home.

I would appreciate any help that would solve this issue.
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why dont you remove the power coed from the router for about five minutes.... most of the time when a router gets heated up, it wont work properly.... so just remove the power adapter from it for 5 minuites and reconect it DO NOT RESET IT just unplug it
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