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It could be that your home router is broadcasting at G or N and her wireless card isn't compatible, can she see the SSID of the router on the list? Look into what type of signal your router uses (802.11/b/g or whatever) and then compare that with with the types supported by the wireless card in her laptop.


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You are making this more complicated than this needs to be. If your laptop's wired internet connection is cutting out and your Android is still connected to WiFi, then your internet connection is what is being flaky. Remember, WiFi is the medium your Android is connected to the router, it has nothing to do with the internet connection itself. If the door ...


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First of all, thanks for a very interesting question, even without the possibility of a poltergeist. Let me summarise my understanding of your situation (please correct me if I'm wrong) before I offer some suggestions to isolate the cause (I can't be sure, without having physically looked at your setup, that something strange isn't going on). In your room ...


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right click on your wireles icon and choose connect to a network find your network and right click choosing status from options click properties on on the wireless network connection status window A list of ticked boxes appears. Untick the one that uses AVG.... exit All should than be fixed. It appears your internet tries to connect using AVG driver I ...


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First of all when you connect your phone via USBthere you would be asked to connect via type, there you select Nokia PC suite. As soon after you would receive a pop up regarding setting of a mobile broadband connection. There you follow the steps. Then after you have o set on your mobile broadband connection on top right corner.


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If you get an address within 169.254.0.0/16, then you need to first start with the basics: Ensure that the Ethernet cable is plugged in securely on both sides and that you have link lights. Check the arp table and see if your router is present. Lastly, you can monitor DHCP traffic and look for any errors using windump or wireshark. That address is ...


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EYou should try Speedify or Connectify Dispatch. Speedify automatically detects and bonds active Internet connections such as WiFi, DSL, Ethernet, and 3G & 4G devices. The more you have the faster you’ll go! If you want to do it free check this link. Combining LANs (wired,wireless or DSL) Turn everything on, i.e. your computer, modems. Connect them ...


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If the ISP has only blocked the DNS in their servers then you can change your router to use one of the public DNS providers, eg: Google 8.8.8.8 / 8.8.4.4 or OpenDNS 208.67.222.222 / 208.67.220.220


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The default gateway has to be on the same network as your PC (192.168.90.x/24). You need to configure a policy on the Fortigate to route all traffic from 192.168.90.22 through the VPN and set the default gateway of the computer to the IP address of the Fortinet. Look at page 140 on the manual for instructions on how to set this up.


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Try looking for the most updated version for the driver of your ethernet card via manufacturer's website. Windows would only automatically install the driver it previously had in system32 and that may have been corrupted from the power outage.


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If it is an external WiFi adapter, try disconnecting it and reconnecting it. My WiFi adapter seems to go on vacation sometimes. This usually works. If its a USB one then try plugging it into a different USB port. If its an internal one the, you could try moving it to a different PCIe slot? Try an external WiFi adapter and see if that works.


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I was having trouble connecting to a certain Wifi network at a coffee shop and ipconfig /reset didn't do anything because I wasn't connected to the internet. I have Windows 7. The first thing I tried was asking them to reset the router, and I reset my computer, but I still could not get on. What ended up working was updating the device driver. Go to ...



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