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Windows 7: unidentified network


21 Nov 2009   #1

windows 7
 
 
unidentified network

Yes another unidentified network post. I have read atleast 5 and none of them helped me. I got a new desk and had to disconnect all my stuff from the power cord and so I reconnected my modem and router and now i get unidentified network, I have 2 routers one is a belkin and the other is a linksys and neither arnt connecting. I am currently connected straight to my modem. I have done pretty much everything by the book here is what ive done.
system restore
disabled ipv6
push reset button on back of router&modem
run diagnostic its just keep on saying reset the router which ive done atleast 10 times
disconnected my modem's battery and cable including the router.
restarted pc
disabled and enabled my network connections
ipconfig/renew doesnt even do anything

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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21 Nov 2009   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xXwhygodwhYXx View Post
Yes another unidentified network post. I have read atleast 5 and none of them helped me. I got a new desk and had to disconnect all my stuff from the power cord and so I reconnected my modem and router and now i get unidentified network, I have 2 routers one is a belkin and the other is a linksys and neither arnt connecting. I am currently connected straight to my modem. I have done pretty much everything by the book here is what ive done.
system restore
disabled ipv6
push reset button on back of router&modem
run diagnostic its just keep on saying reset the router which ive done atleast 10 times
disconnected my modem's battery and cable including the router.
restarted pc
disabled and enabled my network connections
ipconfig/renew doesnt even do anything
Hi and welcome

Ken J++

could you snip a pic of ipconfig/all and upload it to us? see pic
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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