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Discussion in 'Networking' started by Aphrodite4u, Mar 17, 2017.

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  1. Aphrodite4u

    Aphrodite4u Thread Starter

    Mar 17, 2017
    Hi there,
    New to this Group and this resource. Hope someone can help.
    Switched on m PC this morning (Core2Duo HP) and all was fine, connected to WiFi connection fine. About 45 mins later pc froze, had to restart and woudnt boot up saying boot error. Tried 5 times before it did finally come on.
    When it did come on it would not connect to the wireless connection. The wireless link IS connected and strong, it just has 'No internet access', 'No network access' (as described in IPv4 and IPv6 Connectivity.
    Also the Wireless Network Connection says it is an Unidentified network.

    The schematic shows Tony-PC (This computer) --------graphic of a Bench with 'Unidentified network' below it -----------X---------Grey Globe-Internet.

    Below that:
    Two columns
    Park Bench again - Unidentified network
    Public Network

    Second Column:
    Access Type: No Internet Access
    Connections: Al Green bars - Wireless Network Connection (Name of conncction)

    I have accessed the wireless connection on my cellphone and works perfectly. I have also connected to it with this laptop. But main PC won't connect... just like that, all of a sudden after those crashes or refusing to boot....

    I have Avira AV installed but that seems to be displaying startup problems as well. Wont start up nor will Windows Defender ! (Not sure if related but all started same time)

    Anyone have any suggestins any solutions ?


    Image attached of just one of the chnging messages...

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  2. TerryNet

    TerryNet Moderator

    Mar 23, 2005
    Run diagnostics on the hard drive and on memory.
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