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Windows 7: Wireless network connection keeps identifying

30 Apr 2013   #1

x64
 
 
Wireless network connection keeps identifying

My custom build PC cannot wirelessly connect to internet. I used to connect both wire and wireless, and both was working fine. But it was often automatically chose wireless, so I disabled the wireless. Now we moved, the modem/router combo is too far to wire connected. I have to use wireless, however, it is not working anymore, keeps identifying.
What I have done:
I tried to wired to the modem/router, worked fine.
I checked wireless card, it is working fine and updated.
Signal is strong, 4 bars, and my laptop can use wireless flawless at the same point.
I turned off and turned the modem/router combo back on three times, no luck.
I checked ipconfig, I can see my ip address, as below:
Wireless network connection keeps identifying-ipconfig.jpg
I checked ip release, there was an error as below:
Wireless network connection keeps identifying-ip-release.jpg

Network adapters:
Dell trueMobile 1300 WLAN Mini-PCI card
driver version: 4.102.15.61

Processor: intel core i7 720
motherboard: asus
OS: windows 7 ultimate x64



I don’t know what else I should do to have my wireless back, Please help, any inputs will be appreciated.




My System SpecsSystem Spec
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30 Apr 2013   #2

x64
 
 
soloved--disabled IPV6

I tried to disable IPV4, not good, then I tried to disable IPV6, now I have wireless.

thank you everyone
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