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I can't connect to My Wifi while Others Can

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I got a wifi provided by hotspot through 3GB/4GB data mobile network gadget. I recently got a new laptop which i am able to connect to other wifi and hotspot but not to the main WIFI i have in the house. The drivers are up to date and i have tried unstalling and reinstalling them back. I am not able to access router configuration page to change the channel as i have seen in other posts. 


The only time, the laptop was able to identify the WIFI after doing a "Manual connect to a wireless network" but i get an error " Can't connect to the network"



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Can you please reset Windows services to default startup setting with batch script attached to this post.

Also reset TCP/IP protocol suite configurations to its default settings with batch script attached to this post.



Attached File  RestoreWindowsServices.zip   3.45KB   93 downloads



Attached File  ResetNetworkCompenents.zip   44.81KB   74 downloads



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Then you only have to reinstall the network card from the official website of the manufacturer.




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Edited by merar4, 08 April 2017 - 11:18 AM.

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