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Windows 7: why accessed internet from wireless + LAN in same time

18 Jan 2010   #1

why accessed internet from wireless + LAN in same time

sorry about wrong topic heading
We means Why win7 network access internet from home and work network in the same time

dear experts
We would like to ask you about network and 'Home group' in window 7. When we switched on PC, the network function were finding to access internet from every source that it could. So it means if window can find wireless and LAN, it will access them twice. And it notice 'no internet access' whether Home group network or Work network. The way we use to solve them is go to 'change adapter setting' in network and Sharing center to disable and enable it again.
Eventually, we have to do that method to solve it in every time we switch on PC. We don't understand why PC doesn't remember setting value that we choose. Could you please give us some suggestions 'cause we don't know how

thank you for your kindness

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18 Jan 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit

hi rukturna, if your have setup your W7 to automatically logon to your wireless network, then once it detects it it will automatically try and logon. As for the LAN, i would think this is in the router's setting to allow the machine to access the internet 24hrs and 7 days a week.

As for no internet access, could be again a router property, your IP setup for your connection (if not automatic).
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