Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft
So wireless if connected to another wireless router?
When connected to wireless (and no internet) start a command prompt:
route print -4>route.txt
Post route.txt. route.txt may be deleted afterwards
Not sure what you are asking. I have a wireless network. One router. I have two laptops that connect to it, have done so without problem for years.
I have tried to add a new laptop, simply want it to connect to the wireless. It does get connectivity. But, there is NO internet access.
Today, I brought that laptop to work, turned it on, and it immediately finds the wireless network, connects right away, and I CAN GET ON THE INTERNET
. At home, I turn the computer on, it finds the wireless network, connects, but, I CANNOT GET ON THE INTERNET.