Quote: Originally Posted by Tired
I already tried resetting the router and such. I opened the program as Administrator and it reset the TKIP and whatnot. Here's the ipconfig/all after that.
That batch file isn't for resetting TKIP which is a security encryption standard for wireless connections.
The batch file resets winsock,resets the TCP/IP stack and releases and renews your IP.
You should try using WPA2 security and AES encryption rather than using TKIP and WEP.
As it stands you still aren't getting anything from the router for the wireless connection. But, I can see that your wired connection is working and probably is plugged in.
If you are trying to do this with the eithernet cable plugged in you need to unplug it
. Windows 7 will choose the wired connection over the wireless when the eithernet cable is plugged in.
One other thing, do you have iTunes or Adobe photo suite installed on this machine?