My onboard ethernet port got hit by lightning recently. Then I tried again to see if it can connect, and yes it says “Network: This thread is locked. Thanks for marking this as the answer. I have the same question 7.
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Tell us about your experience with our site. Internet Access” on the bottom right icon. Have you contacted D-Link to see if they have proper Windows 8 Drivers for the device?
It’s all in these pictures: I can’t understand the problem please help me. Did this solve your problem? In reply to Alex T Jr’s post on November 15, My onboard ethernet port got hit by lightning recently.
Swap out LAN cables. The diagnose result says that “The network gateway is accessible, but Windows couldn’t receive traffic from the Internet”.
Have you checked the Device Manager to make sure that it is using the proper drivers? So it musn’t be a cable issue I believe.
Hello Friends I am In A trouble. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Narayan Chatterjee Created on November 15, FurryNutz on November 01, But could you fix the problem in other way yet?
As well as using the LAN to USB device on the “defect” PC and can connect to internet fine untill yesterday another lightning strikes that device and made it dead. Ensure your using updated drivers for the new LAN card.
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Please login or register. How satisfied are you with this reply? Narayan Chatterjee Replied on November 16, I can see that, because the light on the port would not go off even when there’s no Cadr cable attached to it and it dissapeared mytesriously from the device manager.
Please help me to fix my old pc it is about 2years old and have the genuine fully updated windows 7. It sounds as if Windows installed just a generic driver but it is not allowing it to connect to the network. A shortcut for this problem xard to deactivate then activate the network adapter. Sorry this didn’t help. Alex T Jr Replied on November 15, I have the same question 7. November 01, You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
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