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    [tech-help] help needed

    Laptop wifi says limted access , the diagonostics policy service is not running.

    Wifi connects to everything else (including this laptop lloolol) so any clue? Will pay and full rep and thanks

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    I'm not 100% sure what you're asking, but...
    Try resetting your router and your laptop. I know my laptop starts getting picky about wifi when it's been on for a while.



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    Not sure if this will help but try this. Control Panel > Network and internet > Network and Sharing Center. when u get there click manage wireless networks at the top left of the page. Click your network and click remove. Try connecting to your wireless network again. Hope this helped :o

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    Reset the network stack (this is a little more thorough than what Network Diagnostics does.)
    To do this: open an Elevated command prompt (Start > type command prompt > right-click > Run as Administrator; OK the UAC prompt.)
    Run the following command: netsh int ip reset C:\resetlog.txt
    Once it's done processing (I can't recall if it actually gives any feedback - just give it about 5 minutes; if no feedback, close the window), reboot.
    Work now yes/no?

    Do you have the Bonjour service (installed with Apple apps (such as iTunes)?
    If you do open services.msc (just type that at the Start menu), find the Bonjour service (if it's there.) Double-click the entry. In the box that opens, hit the Stop button, and then change the startup type to 'disabled.' Click OK.
    If network connectivity is restored, great. If not, re-run Network Diagnostics, and let it try to fix things again.

    ( I take no credit in this if it works or not I googled your problem and came across here (you need an account to see links) )

    HAHA your problem was a week ago XD i hope its fixed by now!
    Last edited by Victoria; 01-06-2012 at 08:26 PM.



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