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sk8er982002

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I've tried everything I've seen on the internet including the hotfixes from microsoft, but im still getting the error message; "Limited or no connectivity". I have no idea what to do now, but I'm starting to get very frustrated with this issue. I would just hide the message, but I need to be able to network with my other computer. After a few days of getting this message on this computer, it popped up on my other computer, but then it dissappeared after a few days. I didn't do anything to that computer, but I've tried almost everything with this computer and it still wont work.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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chicagotech

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I would check the hardware settings. otherwise, it could be spyware and winsock issues. this page amy help,

troubleshooting limited or no connectivity
"This connection has limited or no connectivity. " "You might not be able to
access the Internet or some network resources" ...
http://www.chicagote...onnectivity.htm - Similar pages
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dineshpandian

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I've tried everything I've seen on the internet including the hotfixes from microsoft, but im still getting the error message; "Limited or no connectivity".  I have no idea what to do now, but I'm starting to get very frustrated with this issue. I would just hide the message, but I need to be able to network with my other computer.  After a few days of getting this message on this computer, it popped up on my other computer, but then it dissappeared after a few days.  I didn't do anything to that computer, but I've tried almost everything with this computer and it still wont work.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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I encountered this error once,
it had something to do with windows' system files,
and is extremely hard to cure.
I did a clean reinstall and it worked.
good luck.
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