Internet works but web browser's don't pull up sites

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hisbeauty4ashes

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Hi all this has been a nightmare. I went to my uncles to help care for my dad. I have a Lenovo Ideapad 3030 windows 10 OS 64 bit and 12 gigs memory. When I connect to his internet router my usual websites would not work, so I would turn off and restart my uncles router and then the sites would work. So because of the weird connection we called att and they came out and fixed the router but I have the same problem on all three browsers IE, Google, Firefox. It wont pull up my websites it says," Site cannot be reached. So I cleaned my computer and I did CMD and put ipconfig/flushdns and I did a series of other commands to reset Ip address and still the same problem. Man I have tried so many things! So I went out to Applebee's and my websites pull up fine. I am frustrated, I need wifi at my uncles while caring for my dad and cannot figure out why everyone in the house pulls up wifi just fine but my computer.

Can someone please help me!?

Thanks
 
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What ip address range is the router using? Just set up a static ip and specify your own DNS servers like maybe google's 8.8.8.8
 

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You still have this issue? What modem/router is it? Did you get updated drivers for the wireless connection?

According to your previous thread, does other people also still have the same issue?
 
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