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Windows 7: Windows Can't Automatically Detect This Network's Settings

30 Jan 2014   #1
123billy

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 
Windows Can't Automatically Detect This Network's Settings

I have been getting this issue for a few months now, and it is very aggravating. I have to restart my router every time I re-boot my computer, and after having it on a bit, it disconnects from the internet, making me restart the router. Now, It's not the router or the cord I use to connect because I have used a different router, and got the same issue, along with a different Ethernet cord. I originally thought it was my motherboard's Ethernet port, but I got a network card, and have the same issue. I have uninstalled a lot of programs that could effect it, but nothing has fixed it. I've googled it, but all I can find is Windows cannot automatically detect this network's proxy settings. I've tried the fixes I found with those, and nothing has fixed. I have tried updating my network drivers, reinstalling them, etc, and nothing has fixed. http://puu.sh/6DA6R.png - screencap of the troubleshooting window. Any help would be deeply appreciated. Hopefully I can resolve this soon.


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31 Jan 2014   #2
matts6887

Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Is there a way you can capture in a screenshot what it says when you click on view detailed information when it shows windows cant detect this network's settings?
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31 Jan 2014   #3
jbk209

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Bro same issue on me before. but mine is on mouse fixed
there's is i need to ask you? cause

i cant really understand what do you mean?

windows can't automatically detect your network setting
its like you said your router working on your pc but you want to
edit your network settings, but your router didn't accept your settings you want it?


>if your router cant detect on your pc you should do
if there is a file you download you did last before this happen
make sure to remove it and if it is not that make sure the setting you change it
and i guess make them default



if continue not fixed this you try to

disk clean up =start>program>accessories>system tools>disk clean up
check disk errors =start>computer>right click hard disk /:C>properties>tools>check disk and schedule it
defragment = start >search defragment


nothing happen try to update your windows in windows update but this to risk
this cause a good performance but your network can be infected a feel the slow of internet
(so this not our response if you got problem on this)


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01 Feb 2014   #4
123billy

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jbk209 View Post
Bro same issue on me before. but mine is on mouse fixed
there's is i need to ask you? cause

i cant really understand what do you mean?

windows can't automatically detect your network setting
its like you said your router working on your pc but you want to
edit your network settings, but your router didn't accept your settings you want it?


>if your router cant detect on your pc you should do
if there is a file you download you did last before this happen
make sure to remove it and if it is not that make sure the setting you change it
and i guess make them default



if continue not fixed this you try to

disk clean up =start>program>accessories>system tools>disk clean up
check disk errors =start>computer>right click hard disk /:C>properties>tools>check disk and schedule it
defragment = start >search defragment


nothing happen try to update your windows in windows update but this to risk
this cause a good performance but your network can be infected a feel the slow of internet
(so this not our response if you got problem on this)


I've done all of that when the issue started occurring and nothing has fixed it.
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02 Feb 2014   #5
chev65

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,
 
 

Maybe the same solutions that worked last time will work to fix this problem again.

Last time this problem came up virus scan's were required to remove viruses.
Windows could not Automatically detect this network proxy settings ;[

Then run the sfc /scannow command in an elevated command prompt, it may take a reboot then to run the scan a few more times with reboots after each time you run the scan. The scan will tell you if there are problems and if it fixed them.

After that run the IPReset file below, this file will reset the entire network stack, flush the DNS, reset the IP etc. it will also reboot your machine after it's finished. Let me know if doing all this has an effect on the problem.


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05 Feb 2014   #6
123billy

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chev65 View Post
Maybe the same solutions that worked last time will work to fix this problem again.

Last time this problem came up virus scan's were required to remove viruses.
Windows could not Automatically detect this network proxy settings ;[

Then run the sfc /scannow command in an elevated command prompt, it may take a reboot then to run the scan a few more times with reboots after each time you run the scan. The scan will tell you if there are problems and if it fixed them.

After that run the IPReset file below, this file will reset the entire network stack, flush the DNS, reset the IP etc. it will also reboot your machine after it's finished. Let me know if doing all this has an effect on the problem.
It's not a virus, and I've done that with no luck. I'm just going to re-install soon. Been needing to re-install for awhile now, anymore.
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