Can't connect to home wireless-Limited Access

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i0null
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Can't connect to home wireless-Limited Access

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A few hours ago I installed a Windows update, so my ACER Aspire 5733 restarted. I shut it down after the restart, not paying attention to the wireless. When I went to turn it back on, I couldn't get online because my home wireless connection has "Limited access."

The icon signifying signal strength on the taskbar has a small yellow star-shaped dot on it. When I click on it, it pops up and says "Not connected. Connections are available. It then says my wireless network name and says "Limited access" next to it. The signal strength is excellent.

When I disconnect and then reconnect it says the connection was unsuccessful because the computer has limited connectivity.

The same network is working on my other laptop and on my iPod, but not on my Aspire 5733.

Have absolutely no idea what to do. Help would be greatly appreciated.

iafmanoj
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Joined: Tue Aug 28, 2012 6:13 pm

Re: Can't connect to home wireless-Limited Access

Post by iafmanoj »

Go to control panel, accessories, command prompt. Enter the following command:

ipconfig /all >desktop\ip.txt

and post the file ip.txt from your desktop for us to check out.

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