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Ive been getting "limited access" message on my wireless connection.

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I've been getting "limited access" message on my wireless connection. Only shows up on my Toshiba laptop but not on the Dell. Can't get online at all.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Networking
Expert:  Anthony Brewster replied 5 years ago.

Hello, there are 2 things you can try.



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The first thing you need to do is remove all networks from the system.


1) Click Start

2) Click Control Panel

3) Click Network and Internet

4) Click Network and Sharing Center

5) Click Manage Wireless Networks (Top Left-Hand Column)

6) Right-Click and Remove Network for everything listed here


Now after you do that, close everything out and when your back on the desktop, proceed to step 2.


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We need to uninstall the network devices, and have windows reinstall them.



1) Click Start

2) Right-Click Computer

3) Click Properties

4) Click Device Manager (Top Left-Hand Column)

5) Click the > sign for Network Adapters

6) Right-Click and UNinstall everything listed here and if asked to check the box for the drivers, put a check in that box and click ok.


Finally, restart the computer and let Windows reinstall all of your network devices for you. When this had been completed successfully, please reconnect your pc to the wireless router, and when prompted for the passkey, put that in and your all set!







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