A few days ago, I removed a virus on my laptop(at least part of it, enough to be able to login under normal startup). I was trying to connect to the internet via wireless and/or wired DSL to run a few more antivirus softwares to finally remove all of the virus. However, the computer is not able to connect to the internet. When using wireless, the computer recognizes the network but says "local only" and no internet. When connecting the dsl modem directly it also doesn't recognize the modem and/or router. The modem and router are working fine. I have a desktop that works fine when wired to router and another wireless device that connects perfectly fine to router. So, I am sure is not an issue with the router or the modem or the internet service.
Windows Vista Home Premium
Service Pack 1
When I do ipconfig/all it shows the following:
Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix.:
Link-Local IPv6 Address........: fe80::ad15:7169:3c1c:e1ae%11
Autoconfiguration IPv4 Address.: 22.214.171.124
Subnet Mask....................: 126.96.36.199
Things I've tried:
1.- Ipconfig release and renew. Rrenew doesn't work. It says "An error occurred while renewing interface Wireless Network Connection: unable to contact your DHCP server. Request has timed out..."
2.- netsh reset catalog. Successfull reset
3.- regedit (checked that Dhcp Default Gateway didn't have extra lines)
4.- Manually specifying IP addresses under Network Connection Properties.
I am thinking my winsock and winsock2 registry keys are corrupted.
In advance, thanks for your help!
Edited by lkmst11, 20 February 2011 - 03:15 PM.