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Wireless connected but I can't access webpages off my browser

Wireless connectivity

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Running Windows7, Toshiba Satellite laptop. The wireless icon shows full bars, connected. I can bring up Firefox slowly and my home page yet can't bring up any other webpages or bookmarks. Where do I start?
Malware came up negative. Antivirus clear.

Edited by Certifiably Blonde, 05 May 2016 - 08:53 PM.

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Hello,

 

From when this issue start happening? Did you install anything new in your pc prior to this issue?

Can you run command prompt with administrator rights and type ipconfig /all and press enter and please copy paste the results here.


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I'm on my iPad looking for help. I can't connect on the laptop.
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