The connection between your access point, router, or cable modem and the Internet is brokenThe connection between your access point, router, or cable modem and the Internet is broken
The network gateway is accessible, but Windows couldn’t receive network traffic from the Internet. Detected
Your broadband modem is experiencing connectivity issues Not run
The default gateway is not availableThe default gateway is not available
The default gateway is a device that connects a local network or computer to the Internet. A broadband modem or router is usually the default gateway. Fixed
Reset the "Local Area Connection" adapter Completed
Investigate router or broadband modem issues Not run
Issues found Detection details
6 The connection between your access point, router, or cable modem and the Internet is broken Detected
The network gateway is accessible, but Windows couldn’t receive network traffic from the Internet.
Your broadband modem is experiencing connectivity issues Not run
Restart your broadband modem: 1. Unplug or turn off the modem. 2. After all the lights on the modem are off, wait at least 10 seconds. 3. Turn the modem on or plug it back into the power outlet. To restart a modem that has a built-in battery, press and quickly release the Reset button. If this doesn't fix the problem, contact your Internet service provider.
6 The default gateway is not available Fixed
The default gateway is a device that connects a local network or computer to the Internet. A broadband modem or router is usually the default gateway.
Reset the "Local Area Connection" adapter Completed
This can sometimes resolve an intermittent problem.
Investigate router or broadband modem issues Not run
If you're connected to a hotspot or domain network, contact the network administrator. Otherwise: 1. Unplug or turn off the device. 2. After all the lights on the device are off, wait at least 10 seconds. 3. Turn the device on or plug it back into the power outlet. To restart a router or modem that has a built-in battery, press and quickly release the Reset button.
I'm using Windows 7 Home Premium.My wireless connection has been working on and off for a while, but now it just refuses to work.The other computers in the wireless network are working just fine, so it must be definitely something in my laptop.I can detect the network just fine, with good signal.It says:
Media State: Enabled IPv4 Connectivity: No internet access IPv6 Connectivity: No internet access
Also, in the activity there are Bytes sent and received, but I cannot connect to any webpage either with Chrome of Firefox I'm using McAfee Security Center. I tried turning off the firewall, but it still doesn't work.
I could be on my computer for hours at a time and after approximately 6 hours of being logged in, my internet browser just stops working. When I try going to a web page, it doesn't even try to load. It gives a very quick blink to the icon on the tab but that's it. I'm not receiving any windows errors. The way that I've been working around this problem has been to log off(or shut it down) then log back on, then I have a few more hours before it does it again. When the browser stops working, "bittorrent" still runs (a program that needs internet access). This isn't a recent problem that I'm having. This has been going on for almost a year now.I'm running Windows7.
my internet explorer was working a few days ago, then i logged off and logged back in and it wont display any pages and says if i would like to start a diagnostics test, and when i do it says everything is fine and it cant find the problem anywhere on the internet. But my internet explorer 64 bit works, my Normal Internet explorer or 32 bit is not. I am using XP not vista.
I upgraded to Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. And it says that it cannot connect to my home network with my Belkin Wireless G adapter. It is the 4.xxx series (both desktops use this kind of adapter). Every other computer in my house connects just fine to the network: Macbook Pro, three Windows 7 laptops, and 1 Windows 7 desktop PC that's connected to a network adapter. Does it have anything to do with the fact that I upgraded my Windows Vista Home PC instead of doing a clean install
I don't know if anyone here can help me, but here goes a shot.For some months, I've had internet disconnections. The pattern is, for a week it will be fine, but then it'll disconnect, more often. It's temporarily fixed when a tech guy comes over and replaces the modem/checks wires/etc. So far, I've had 2 tech guys come over and they both checked the box outside my house and my internet dsl company, hickory tech, has replaced the port in their office last week on Monday, but I had disconnections on friday, saturday, and sunday.
I have been messing around trying to see what the minimal of services are that I can run on Windows 7. The machine is only used for connecting to the internet and office apps. I disabled network connections and network location awareness, the icon for network connectivity in the notifications area displays as not working but Bittorrent AND Firefox still work!
Just Installed Windows 7 But No Internet! My Network Shows that is connected "Local and Internet Access" but when i go to a browser it don't load any webpage i used IE8, Mozilla, GC neither worked. i disable the IPv6 still same problem..
As I said my pc connection is just freaking f***** up. It works on my other Pc's but not on my primary one. It works like this, it works for an hour, day maybe even a week but sometimes it just wont work, i plug the cable in it works for like 1 minute or two, sometimes an hour or maybe a little longer, but at the end it just dissconects from internet i replug my cable and again working or not for a couple of minutes, something has to be on my pc do anybody knows what, though my PC is optimized and very well secured and from time to time cleaned.
although Facebook runs ok ( I cant expand the chat though) I use WINDOWS 7 but when I want to use google it says ' interent has stopped working'. i have tried an earlier resolution but cannot find the RUN program- can you advice me where it is on the Start menu. Also, I have tried a RESTORE but it will not allow me to choose the time/date I want to go back to.
I cleaned up my disk[C:] using Disk Cleanup.I ticked all the items in Files to Delete section and clicked "OK".After that,when I opened Mozilla or IE9 it will stay on loading and will not connect.But If i open Chrome it will connect and I can surf.
I have two operating systems installed on my Sony Vaio VPCF115FG, Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
Wi-Fi is working fine on both, however, LAN connections are only working on Windows 8 but not Windows 7. It reads the LAN connection in Windows 7 but it does not actually connect to the internet. I honestly tried everything, including uninstalling the LAN driver and reinstalling it, no use.
Internet explorer has stopped working, Internet explorer is restarting.windows explorer has stopped working, windows explorer is restarting. I have emailed Microsoft 3 times and they have given me MANY things to try but I am a computer tech, so I had already tried them all.It is all over the internet so my computer details should not matter.It is ALL over the Internet about this problem and no one seems to know the answer.Of course, you can format but that is not a "fix" for it or how to stop it from happening.
I have a dell inspiron labtop with win 7. and i can use the number keys on keyboard whenever I use word or notepad or calculator, but once I access internet explorer I cannot use number keys. To insert any number on search bars or sign in logs I have to copy and paste from word.....
I do school online and I cannot stay connected to the internet with this computer. I have a TOSHIBA SATELLITE L675 with Windows 7 on it. I have done troubleshooting with Comcast who is the cable company I'm through and they said everything is fine and I should have no issues.When I am on the computer for a few minutes I get the status bar on the bottom with the yellow triangle and exclamation point. When I have windows troubleshoot it all it says is, DEFAULT GATEWAY NOT AVAILABLE.
my OS Win 7x64 IE9 and just started experiencing a problem with connecting to the internet.The issue arises when I first connect to the internet.After a few minutes things freeze and there is no response when I move the mouse or attempt to click.Then I am abruptly disconnected from the internet.After a few seconds I am reconnected.Thinking that it may be a virus or other malware I ran MBAM, SAS and MSE along with RKill and TDSS killer. All results are negative. Just wondering what is causing this and how does one correct it.I have not added any new programs or such and the only thing replaced recently is a new mouse.
I have a new laptop with windows 7 installed and Internet Explorer 9 being used.I have checked various options thats other have posted but they do not appear to be resolving the problem.Typical example f the problem....I get an email with a link, click and the link opens within browser. If the link then has a document witin it to open (I think they are PDF'S) the browser comes up with the following message:A problem caused prog to stop working - it then asks you to close the page.
Ok so I have a fairly new computer that had Vista on it. I got the free upgrade and upgraded to Windows 7 Home Premium. I've been using 7 for about 3 weeks now with no problems at all. Then out of nowhere approx 3-4 days ago, the internet doesn't seem to want to cooperate. Once in a while web pages wouldnt load and now most of the time my browser will fail to load any pages. I called my ISP tech support and everything is fine on their end, and I can confirm that I am indeed connected because I can play multiplayer games, use utorrent and occasionally msn messenger.I've tried both Firefox 3.5.5 (default) and IE 8. It appears that there is some conflict somewhere that is denying me internet access. I need this resolved ASAP since most of my school notes are online and it's midterm/finals time.
While talking to tech support I was advised that restoring windows to a backup may solve the problem. So I did that with a backup that was 3 days old and it worked for maybe an hour then I had the same problem.I should also note that I am NOT using wireless. I have a wired cable connection.When the browser does decide to work, I find that it is very slow. Even my download speeds on utorrent have decreased drastically.
my Skype is the only one working on my laptop. All the others (yahoo messenger,internet browser, google chrome, firefox) arent. Although, when I connect it directly to the modem, it works fine. When I use our wireless connection with a router, the Skype works but my internet browser and yahoo messenger doesnt. Did my dad tweak with the router? Is that possible?
i boot the computer, open chrome and start browsing. after a minute (maybe even less) the browser just stops loading web pages, and doesn't pop any errors or messages. the signal exists but it simply won't load. the internet on the other computers works fine. im not sure about this, but i think that it continued loading a Internet video after it stopped working, but wouldn't open any other pages at all. please help me fix this, i'm running 64 bit version of windows 7.
edit: after rebooting it again works for a minute or so and then stops.
I am trying to find a collection for all drivers needed to run my Vaio-FZ21M (original Vista-32 bit) under Windows 7 64 bit. I installed Win 7 64 bit and it works, but I have a problem with the Internet connection (connected but no information in the browser), so I cannot use at this momet Sony upgrade functions.
Acer Aspire 7540 running windows 7 64 bit. Option 515m dongle. Up until about a week ago this worked fine. In fact, it was faster than anything I'd had before, although it sometimes used to get quite warm. Then it started displaying the message "Internet Everywhere has stopped working" every now and then.For the past two days, every time I try to connect the same message appears.
Error es displayed - "Internet everywhere has stopped working: A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available". i went to Orange and they said the problem might be the O/S bt my technician checked it and its ok. i was givn a patch application at orange and still the problem is nt solved. um using Windows 7 Home Basic laptop, Intel Pentium processor P6100 with a 3GB ddr3 memory nd 320GB HDD. but it works well with my Pentium 4 desktop.
I'm having problems with Windows, every time I open internet explorer, I get the message: "Internet Explorer has stopped working. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available". I click close or X on the notice and it just keeps popping up.....I have to restart my computer to stop it. I can only get to google chrome. How do I correct this....
My sister was on my laptop, when the screen froze, she pushed the power-off button to turn it off. When I tried to restart it later, there was this green screen giving me the option of making a backup or to restore. I chose to restore, and after that was completed, my computer would load normally, except now it says msn "stopped working" and when I go to my homepage (google) it loads normally, but when I tryto search something, it says Internet explorer stopped working and tells me to close the program.
Having recently installed an update to my Norton Security package I can no longer access the internet from one computer but can receive and sent emails via outlook. We have several laptops that all work ok and can access the internet. It is the host computer that has the problems.
This is what my system is set up like!
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:UsersSteve>ipconfig/all
I have a mid 2010 iMac 27" 3.2Ghz i3 4GB ram 1TB hard drive space ATI HD4870.Running windows 7 x64 and OS X 10.6.6..I am using a wireless internet source from nearby, and the connection works great on OS X when I boot into windows the internet is completely un-responisive and when it does work its slower then glass (for those of you who don't know glass is technically a liquid)
I recently switched from XP to Win7. Most things worked fine, except for the internet. At first the "Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller" didn't work. But I found a driver for that one. Now there are just two things left: the "PCI Simple Communications-controller" does not work and the "Intel H5 Express chipset LPC interface controller - 3B06" isn't working either. I found these problems in the Device Manager.
All of the sudden my internet disconnected and stopped working. It says Windows was unable to connect to _____ (connection). I also get a Spybot SD notification saying Winlogon Notifiers Value deleted igfxcui. Not sure if that's related. I'm on another computer thats perfectly connected to this internet. I tried system restore twice. I Ran Malwarebytes, Spybot SD - no results. I also recently downloaded Berry Extract (for blackberries). Not sure what to do.
I am connected to a wireless WEP network using a TrendNet wireless adapter running Win 7. The Internet will stop working for some unknown reason only on my PC that uses this wireless adapter, but just web browsing stops working. Skype and Torrent still works. On my MacBook the Internet will still work during these periods.
I mainly use Google Chrome as my internet browser and about a week ago it started acting up. It would get stuck on a page or would repeatedly send me back to my homepage. I was able to use Skype, Ventrillo, World of Warcraft, etc. My AVG wasn't catching any problems, but the problem was happening. I would restart the computer and the browser would work fine for a little while, then stop.Following CNET's advise, I installed CCleaner and Malware Software and ran them.No problems detected.I found a similar forum here. Browsers not working, internet connection is fine And tried everything that was suggested to that user, but still no luck with my computer.I spent an hour+ with AVG Tech Support trying to resolve the issue to no prevail.
Everywhere in my house my internet works but the second i go in my room it stops. It is still connected it just says no internet access. My parents computer works in my room. Is there like a setting I can change to help make it work or is it something with my actual internet?
It will work fine for awhile; sometimes hours, sometimes minutes, and then I randomly won't be able to connect to anything. Windows says I'm still connected and can't find any errors, and when I try to connect to anything it gets timed-out.I did notice that there are quite a few things in the device manager under "Network Adapters," though not sure if there's anything in there that could be causing a problem.My laptop is the only computer in the house that has this issue, and it's had it on both of the connections I've tried using.
I have access to the Internet when I am on the admin account and I use to have access on the guest account as well. Today for some reason I start my computer up and the guest account no longer has Internet access. (using IE) Why could this be? Why would it happen out of no where? I use chrome on my admin account and it works fine.
My Dell Dimension C521 died on me maybe 6 months ago. It has Windows XP on it.
I put it to the side and bought a HP Pavilion G7 laptop to replace it with, which came with Windows 7 Home Premium. From what I remember I just plugged my ethernet cable into it at the time, and I was able to use my Virgin Media connection straight away, didn't have any problems.
So last week I finally repaired the old Dell and I've been using it for about a week now, while the new laptop sat unused in the other room. Now, today when I try to use the laptop again to connect to the internet, it doesn't want to play ball; troubleshooting the connection comes up with 'The default gateway is not available'.
I didn't change anything or do anything, I just didn't use it for a week and now it won't connect to the internet. The only difference I can see is one machine is XP and one is Windows 7...
I used the Windows 7 recovery disc to reinstall the OS hoping that would fix it (after a few system restores failed to address it), but no luck. When I ping my default gateway as it's shown in ipconfig, it comes back 'Request timed out' 3 times, then 'Destination host unreachable'.
"Tunnel adaptor 6T04 Adaptor: cable.virginmedia.net" doesn't have a Default Gateway listed, is this somehow relevant?
i have been having problems with NORTON ANTIVIRUS and when i clicked on it nothing happens also i cant now get access to the INTERNET yesterday i had to go to a RESTORE point but INTERNT ACCESS was ok after i did this i just seemed to drop out when i clicked on NORTON ICON