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Limited for the network connection or could not connected


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redwave250443

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My computer appeared a problem that the icon 'Local area connection' in task bar showed 'Limited for the network or could not connect'. My computer belongs to DHCP LAN that connected to internet through ADSL.

Why? Appreciation.
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Usually means the router hasn't given Windows an IP address that it's been waiting for.

Either that or there's something on your system that's stopping Windows from obtaining an IP address from the router. Panda software is quite good at doing this.
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not to mention anything from Symantec......................
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