Hello Zacharias! Thank you for your question. I am a licensed computer professional with over ten years of experience, and I will be assisting you today.I'm sorry about the issue. Have you also tried to disconnect the power cord from the modem/router for a few minutes, then reconnect?
What's the current IP address of the computer?
Does this affect one computer, or all computers/devices?
Please let me know. Thank you,
The problem only affects my "pc" (same problem at different routers). My MacBook (and other devices) works fine at the same routers.
I'm not sure how to find the ip address? cmd->ipconfig and then ?
Now I'have tried to disconnect the power but same result.
Forbindelsesspecifikt dns-suffiks: P-2601HN-F1
Please let me know if I should i remove the edit I performed before contacting you:?
No the laptop is not able to connect through any other wi-fi / router (evan not my iPhone with internet sharing on).
I have tried as suggested changing the DNS server addresses but it didn't help either.
DhcpConnForceBroadcastFlag set to 0 for all network adapters...
DhcpConnEnableBcastFlagToggle is still set to 1 for the wireless adapter
Still: "Access: Only local"
No wired connection doesn't work either it seems.
It is a Toshiba Satellite Pro PA3613U-1MPC.
I'll have to get an external hard drive and then back up the necessary files. But yes, then I'll be able to reset the computer...
It didn't help to reset the computer either. Actually i'm quite mystified about what is wrong. If it was a hardware problem then the problem would as I see it only be allocated to either the LAN or the WLAN as it seems to be to different devices. If it was a software issue reinstall of OS should fix the problem but this doesn't help either.
Sorry it's strange. Do you have MAC address filter enabled on the modern/router?
Can you go to the Toshiba website and update the BIOS and network drivers if available?
Does your Toshiba laptop work at another internet connection somewhere else?