That would be the networking forum
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Networking issues can get rather in-depth. The guide I provided was meant to be basic. If you're going to cover -all- the basics in networking you can keep on going.
Artelios guide is quite basic and does not cover all possible causes. I usually follow this guide:Limited or no connectivity when I experience network problems, works all the time!
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I've posted at the networking forum but no ones answer my tread..plss read and reply to my treads..thanks
Hello @Artellos, I encounter this issue many times if I am working on my client's computer. As you have said it's easy to solve but somtimes you have to dig deeper into the root of the problem. If all of the above solutions doesn't work, a System Restore may help in my experience. It could be that a virus, attacked the network services. There are also instances that a system restore will not work. If you type "services.msc" in the "run" command and see a lot of ERRORS, that even a system restore will not work anymore. An OS re-installation will be your best bet.
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