Connection problem to wifi (Windows 8.1)

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Weissbach

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When i start up my computer and try to connect to the wifi its telling me (its takeing longer time to connect to the internet) and after that its telling me (the connection is limit) (sorry for the danish picture)
 

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TerryNet

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The problem is with several wireless networks or only with one? If only one network, does any other device have a similar problem with it?

Any problem with an ethernet connection?
 

Weissbach

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No only my computer, but I think it has to do with it is a Packard Bell computer maby?
 

Fireflycph

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Have you tried to delete the connection and re-establish? Also delete drivers for wifi card and re-install. If it's easier for you to answer in Danish, go ahead. I can read it. However, it'll probably limit your responses to just mine. :)
 
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just throwing the obvious out there but have you
- reset the router you are trying to connect to (provided you have access to it)
- tried troubleshooting it (works for me)
- reset your computer
 

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Terrynet: I respect your position and I tend to agree. However, for some people who has english as a second language it may be easier to communicate in the native tongue, so to speak. There is, as far as I know, no sites like this in Danish. And, I doubt it breaks any of the rules here. I certainly could be wrong about the last one though.
I was just trying to make it easier on the original poster.
 
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