based on your explanations. This is not a problem with the router, browser and in the network adapter.
Your TCP/IP is messed up. It's the protocol that will make you connected to the modem or router. If this is corrupted,
you will not be able to connect to any network using this protocol.
one of the most basic troubleshooting is doing system restore.
Click start>all programs>accessories>system tools> system restore
select restore my computer to an earlier time and click next , next is the calendar.
select a date prior to the date when the problem started happening. computer is gonna reboot.
IF system restore didnt work.
Set the speed of your network card to 10mbps half
-right click my computer, go to properties tab, go to device manager, look for network adapter click the plus sign next to it, under network there is
your network adapter (e.g broadcom network, intel etc.), right click it, click on properties, and then click advance tab, and then select speed and duplex on the left side and on the right side select 10mbps half on the drop down menu. and then proceed to resetting the TCP/IP or WINSOCK.
resetting the winsock:
Click Start, then click Run.
In the Run window, type command, then click OK.
In the Command window, type netsh int ip reset dellip.txt, then press Enter.
Type netsh winsock reset catalog, then press Enter.
Restart the computer. proceed to uinstalling and reinstalling the protocol
Uninstall and reinstall the protocol:
Click Start, click Run, type ncpa.cpl, and click OK.
Right-click Local Area Connection and click Properties.
Click the General tab and click Install.
Click Protocol and click Add.
The Select Network Protocol window appears.
Click Have Disk. The Install From Disk window appears.
Type C:\Windows\INF and click OK.
In the Manufacturer column choose Microsoft.
In the Network Protocol column click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click OK.
IF THIS STEP still doesnt work, your OS might be corrupted already. The quickest and the sure way of resolving this is to reinstall the windows operating system. That will be the last resort.
Edited by wytboy55, 01 February 2008 - 02:21 AM.