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I am having a problem with wired connection about media disconnected. When i type ipconfig its show no default Gateway. I'm trying to connect Laptop and desktop with ethernet cable. It gets connected but no network access. What should I do?
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1. Have you tried different browsers?
2. Open firewall and make sure networks are set for "trusted" and not "public".
Or even test by disabling firewalls (windows and others) to see if it will connect.
3. Wireless, and so your network security key may need correction.
4. Make sure your IP & DNS are set for "Auto": Click: Internet Options, Lan Settings = "auto". Click" Adapter settings, right click & click properties, click tcp/ip, click obtain iP "automatically", click obtain DNS "automatically". Win7 had two tcp/ip drivers, so do both.
5. Call your internet provider support number and they will walk you through these same steps and others.

Edited by plac, 28 March 2013 - 11:39 AM.

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