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Can't connect wirelessly or wired from other computers

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Ok so here is the situation. I thought it was a spyware/malware issue because I was directed here after running several programs from you all. For some reason I can no longer connect wirelessly to my router. IT happened suddenly not after any installation/significant event. I cannot connected wireless through any of my computers ( I have two desktops, and one laptop). And all but this one ( will refer to it as desktop 1) cannot connect wired either. I cant ping my router, it just gives a can't find page. I have a netgear wgr614v4 router. the address to ping it is The odd thing was I had looked at my ipconfig details and I saw this.

what ms comman prompt is showing

IP Address:
Default Gateway:


What it should be with my netgear router connected ( and it is)

DNS its usually on automatic just like the ip so cant remember its settings.
But usually each one starts with 227 and 247.

REset my router a dozen times and still nothing. I can only stay connected wired on this computer but cant go wireless. All my other computers cant go either. Havent changed anything significant and I know for sure from previous experience that when i reset router it will recognize wireless and wired and right ip regardless of any program conflict. It looks like something is ignoring the router config altogether.

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