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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 9816 15-Oct-2006 19:30
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Hi All

I am have a few issues connecting to my wireless Router (Belkin F5D7230-4). Every time I try and coonect I get the responce "Limited or no Connectivity" a friend suggested I go to the wireless routers setting by entering it's IP address ( However when i do this i get nothing. I have tried using the repair function of windows and i just get a responces telling me that i have an IP address conflict. My PC shows that both the signal and strength and speed are ok!



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Reply # 48739 15-Oct-2006 19:38
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If your PC is reporting an IP conflict then you should open the My Network Places properties and check the configuration for this network adapter. You will see that most likely the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" has an IP address there - try setting it to use automatic instead. Or check if the IP address is correct and no other computer on your network is using that address.

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Reply # 48816 16-Oct-2006 19:49
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Thanks for your help

I changed my settings to automatic and reset my router and that did the job. Then when I turned my PC on this morning I had another issue?

When I try to connect to my wireless netwrok it come back with a reply saying it is unable to connect however "it is connected". every few minutes it tries to connecting again and then displays that it is unable to however it is connected!!!!

When i go into my netwrok connections it shows as not being connected. when i click on it to connect it won't

What is going on? How do i get this working propery again

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