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Cosmic Ray

WiFi showing limit sign

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I am using the Notebook Flash Pentium processor.
OS - Windows 8.
Last night I had a terribly strange experience. I couldn't browse the internet with my laptop. The WiFi showing a limit sign. But at the same time, I was able to browse the internet with my mobile device. Even Samsung, yahoo, homeztale i mean, i couldn't browse the internet completely. I am attaching a screenshot for reference.
I re-setup my Windows. Now no longer have this issue. If this happens in the future so please if you could give me a solution to this problem I would be very happy.

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Re: WiFi showing limit sign

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Open a command prompt window, type ipconfig /release, then Enter. Type in ipconfig /renew, then Enter. Restart the computer.


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Re: WiFi showing limit sign

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The limited connection is generally caused be a corrupted IP stack. It can be cleared by releasing and renewing the IP configuration in your command prompt.


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Cosmic Ray

Re: WiFi showing limit sign

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Thanks for replying.
Would you please give me an example of how may i do that?

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Re: WiFi showing limit sign

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Open a command prompt window, type ipconfig /release, then Enter. Type in ipconfig /renew, then Enter. Restart the computer.


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