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Windows 7: no network access

24 Sep 2009   #11
logicearth

Windows 10 Pro (x64)
 
 

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that is problem that Microsoft need to fix it, because there is people that don't use routers at home, only DSL modem

thanks
It is not a problem. It is merely stating a fact that you have no network access because you are not part of a network. There is no issue here. As long as people can connect to the internet that is all they need to care about.
yes but sometimes they don't want to work to the internet, and that triangle is very annoying
What? "don't want to work to the internet"? What does that mean? If they don't want the internet why have it then?


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25 Sep 2009   #12
piratot

dual boot vista and windows7 ultimate
 
 

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What? "don't want to work to the internet"? What does that mean? If they don't want the internet why have it then?

you have to come to Macedonia to see it for your self

not every body works on the internet all the time. I mean this cause I don't work on internet all the time, it's just for relaxing
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25 Sep 2009   #13
logicearth

Windows 10 Pro (x64)
 
 

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you have to come to Macedonia to see it for your self

not every body works on the internet all the time. I mean this cause I don't work on internet all the time, it's just for relaxing
I do not see what that has to do with this "problem".
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25 Sep 2009   #14
piratot

dual boot vista and windows7 ultimate
 
 

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you have to come to Macedonia to see it for your self

not every body works on the internet all the time. I mean this cause I don't work on internet all the time, it's just for relaxing
I do not see what that has to do with this "problem".
the problem is solved, as somebody says cause I work only on one computer and I don't have network at home it shows no network access, simple as that

BTW thank you all for trying to help me
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25 Sep 2009   #15
Snufffed

 

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hello

I am new on this forum so if this tread exist sorry

I have installed windows 7 RTM build 7600 and I have a yellow triangle with exlamation mark saying no network access but I can connect to internet. I am directly connected to internet via DSL modem D-Link 360 R and do not have router. This is on desktop computer. When I dissconect from net the exclamation mark shows and it's very annoying so can somebody help me?

thanks
The best way I know to fix this problem. what I do for customers.
1. open network and sharing
2. delete the internet system that was pre installed.
3. open Make a new connection. and follow the steps outlined.
(do this for both vista and win 7.)
4. locate your NIC adapter - DELETE it. yes DELETE it totally and when it ask YES remove the driver also.
5. shutdown and REBOOT.
this allows either Vista or Win 7 to download install the proper driver for the system locate and find a new IP. it should then be no problem getting the internet connection to work correctly.
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