I have Windows 7 ultimate x64. When I installed it and system started first time, everything was fine, network was working great and I had internet access. After first restart and every time I start my computer I get very serious problem with network! First 5 seconds it is ok but then I get yellow exclamation mark on network icon in systrey and it says no internet access(!) also "Local Area Connection Status" looks like this:
after this my suffer starts: several network Disabling/Enabling, cable Unplugging/Plugging, modem reseting and after 10-15 minutes I get internet access...
After I restart the pc, 9 times out of 10 i get a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark over my network icon. When i go over it, it says I'm connected to the network but i have "no internet access" EVEN THOUGH I'm online and i am able to browse the web and download freely.
I updated my drivers, and still nothing, i also have the latest bios version. I tried asking on a couple other forums but it seems they are a bunch of amateurs...so i came here.
For the past few days, I have been on a intermittent wireless connection. Under the wireless network icon, there's an ! mark, I tried to solve it using Microsoft diagnosis, but it didn't work. I switched off Microsoft Miniport Adapter too, didn't work as well. I Pinged my own connection using Command Prompt and the results were fine. For a limited random number of sites, I am still able to access. I tried Torrenting and it still works too.
upgraded to an Intel i5 2400 CPU with ASRock P67 PRO motherboard. Everything went well, Windows found everything and installed the drivers fine apart from one.
In the System there is a Canon LIDE scanner which shows as a CanoScan with the yellow exclamation mark. Also Devices and Printers it shows up but with the yellow exclamation mark. Have reinstalled the supplied 64bit Canon software for it but still no go. It is USB powered so swapped around the USB cable but still a no go area. Unplugging and reconnecting the scanner makes no difference. I have no idea where Canon places the drivers for this when the set up program installs.Going online Windows finds the driver software but reports back that it has encountered an error while attempting to install it. The software it is tryng to install is CanoScan LiDE 600F.
Windows 7 64bit SP1 - Intel i5 2400 - 128gb SSD - ASROCK P67 PRO 3 - 8GB ram.
I have a Asus Xonar DG audio device, but no sound. No sound at all. When I go to my device manager, yellow exclamation points are on my Asus Xonar and on RAID controller. Asus says driver is current. AMD High Def audio device is not disabled, should it be? If I disable it would I have sound? I have to listen to 4 hrs of video for work so I have to have sound back up asap.
So i have 2 laptops, one is win xp and the other one is 7.XP one is connected to internet trough a cable. I enabled wifi sharing on it ( control panel ->network and sharing->wireless networks->properties etc etc.) , to connect and use it on the 7 one. Everything sets up ok, the wifi profile shows up on the list and i can connect to it using set password but i get this yellow exclamation mark on 7 and there is no connection.I can only use the cable on XP laptop, so switching them up is not an option.Also, the internet connection seem to disapear on XP ( cannot access webpages ) when i connect trough that wireless connection on 7 ( and get exclamation
my hd5850 driver display crashes every now and then when i'm using Internet or things of that sort. and i was just browsing through my device manager and i noticed that under atitool utility - atitool driver has a yellow caution sign with an exclamation mark in it. now i'm not sure if this is even causing any problems, but i would rather fix it than to leave it be.
ps. i've downloaded the latest drivers for my graphics card.
When I enter device manager I see the Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller with an orange explanation mark next to it. I need to get drivers for it where can I get them from (windows could not get any). Also im on my newly buily gaming pc on windows professional 64 bit.
A few weeks ago I posted that I was having Network issues. There would always be a yellow triangle on the Network Icon in the System Tray but it never stopped me from connecting to the internet. Once connected the triangle would go away and everything was OK. Once you reboot the triangle is back, etc, etc...I thought the "Rename Homegroup" tweak was causing the problem because it seemed to start on the reboot after that. I WAS WRONG!! What I forgot was that I also Enabled NIS 2010 "Privacy Control" before the reboot.I have just disabled "Privacy Control" rebooted, and everything is now OK.I tested the theory by Enabling "Privacy Control" reboot back again, Disable, reboot gone again.
I have been getting this error, sometimes a few times a day or then sometimes a week.. But still it has the same effect as being on Facebook. The thing that happens is that I get a little yellow triangle with the exclamation mark on it and I cant get online and the only solution so far is that I have to troubleshoot my internet and then I am online again! But I need a better solution because yes no one wants every time to right click the network icon in the right corner and press Troubleshoot Problems.
I have a yellow exclaimation mark by a device under Portable Devices in Device Manager. It is titled WPD FileSystem Volumne Driver.I tried Updating the driver but I get back a message saying I have the latest driver. Under properties for the driver it says, "This device cannot start. (Code 10). As far as I know my sound and volumes are working correctly. Is it safe to just deleted this driver?
I have just had re-install WIndows 7 (32bit)on my PC something that I've done once before with no problems. This time however there's a yellow triangle showing next to the PC icon in devices and printers.Going into properties then hardware it says "The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)" on Intel(R) 82801GB/GR (ICH7 Family) LPC Interface Controller - 27B8.I've got a disk with drivers on it and updated the PC with those but I still have this problem.
I have AT&T U-Verse with a 2Wire (3801 HGV) router. I've had the service for about a month without any issues. As of now, I am able to connect to the internet using WiFi (via my Wii, iPhone, and Laptop), but when trying to make a WIRED connection (via ethernet cable from the 2wire router directly to the PC), all I get is a yellow icon.
If I unplug the ethernet cable and plug it back it, the blue circle appears for a while, then back to the yellow error icon. In the Network and Sharing Center, I am showing my PC with a broken connection (yellow triangle) to "Unidentified Network with a broken "red X" connection the Internet. I thought maybe it was the ethernet cable, so I tried a wired connection from the router to my laptop (also running Windows 7) and it works just fine, so I've determined it must have something to do with the PC itself.
I've tried doing a system rollback, resetting the router itself, made sure the network driver on the PC was up to date and ran the test to make sure it's working properly.....all with no luck. I've tried using Windows to diagnose the problem and I get "Problems Found: Local Area Connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration". What baffles me is it was working fine up until a few days ago.
A friend has Windows 7 purchased last November but has not had on internet yet. Could get an ip address, but not connect. Had yellow warning icon. Had Norton icon but was not installed, most likely came with purchase. Also had problems connecting with ipod wirelessly. Could connect with Vista PC.
I have the yellow triangle with black exclamation mark in the little square box in tray but, I am online? but, with my cursor over it it says I'm not? The thing is it comes and goes randomly, what's causing this and how to cure it? I have no problem staying online it's just annoying. It's just one pc connected to WildBlue Modem
I have a Compaq Presario C700 laptop running windows 7 and one day when turning on my pc I have encountered my wireless icon on my taskbar began showing grey with an orange looking cloud over it. I have dove into the system checking everything that I could think of to change it back to displaying properly. i am connected to the interent through a Netgear router and I can access the internet through either 2 ghz or 5ghz band but the icon will not display properly. No matter where I connect to the internet the icon still displays the same way. I thought it may have been my norton internet security that caused the issue I removed Norton and rebooted the icon remained the same I then Installed my Mcafee virus shield.When the problem began I had changed nothing nor had I installed anything to cause the issue. It just began one day.
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 184.108.40.206 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate , Service Pack 1, 32 bit Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU T2310 @ 1.46GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 13 Processor Count: 2 RAM: 3062 Mb
Saturday, I updated to the Windows 7 SP1. Soon after, I started having this problem with a yellow triangle in the tray icon where the internet access indicator is that says "no internet access". This is a bogus message, but its still annoying. This went away if you reboot, and then later maybe that same day the triangle would reappear. Each time I did still have internet access. I tried several other things like getting rid of IE 9 which I updated to during the same day and maybe a couple of other updates around this time.
Last night (Thur) was to get rid of the SP1 after several failed attempts. I had to do so by using the cmd WUSA etc instead of through the control panel, because it kept getting stuck trying to do the uninstall through the control panel uninstall method. This morning, it did not yet have the yellow triangle, and I will check it again this afternoon after work to make sure it has not come back again.
i recently reinstalled windows 7 home premium 64 bit on to my Dell laptop and now my WLAN is not working, when I try and change adapter settings I see no wireless option. pressing the on/off key for wireless has no effect and when I look into my devices, I see my network controller option with an exclamation point.
I have a peculiar issue where I would need to have "Network and Sharing Center" open to be able to see that my my laptop's wireless connection. I would see the signal bar and also see the dreaded red x.Even when I have it open, I can see it refreshing each second; like its losing connection and reestablishing.My internet connection is working and has no issues.
Network and Sharing Center - Open Network and Sharing Center - Open and refreshed Network and Sharing Center - Closed
I completed an upgrade from XP to Windows 7 Home Premium. I have seen articles stating that there should be by default a Vista style network icon in the notification area. My install has no such icon. On XP I could go to network and click/check "Display Icon". How can I add the network icon, what am I doing wrong?
There is a nice range of icons for windows 7, but there were a few that I really liked in windows vista ultimate that I don't seem to be able to find.
One of which that I can remember is the network icon, in vista you could right click, change icon... and I remember being able to select an network icon that was like two monitors stacked on top of each other creating 4 montiors total, and at the bottom was just like any other vista-windows 7 network icon, a connector tube.
I am unable to find this icon to change the desktop icon for "network" in windows 7, does anyone know the icon I am talking about, and any way to download or obtain it in some other way to use?
So recently my computer wouldn't start up and was saying "BOOTMGR IS MISSING | PRESS CTR+ALT+DEL TO RESTART" and then I just left the computer on for a couple days and forgot about it. And just an hour ago I started it up again just seeing if it would work, and it did. It started up and I was really happy. But I got a D-Link wireless network adapter that I connect to the tower because I can't get an Ethernet cable to reach up stairs, So I have to connect to my wi-fi. BUT when I click on "Connect to a network" nothing happens. I can't Set up a new connection or network, and when I click on the network icon on the bottom bar nothing happens. I do NOT have the Windows 7 Ultimate Repair DVD. So I can't use that.
Every time after I install an anti-virus program my network icon goes missing, I can't switch it on also under the customize screen, option is grayed out. It does the same thing with AVG and Kaspersky. It is doing this with build 7048 and 7057, but not on 7022!