I would appreciate any help you guys can give me with the following issue.
I have 2 PC's - The first is a Desktop running Windows XP and is connected to my Belkin Wireless Router via an Ethernet Cable - The second is a Laptop running Windows Vista and connects to the internet wirelessly via the router.
I setup the router a couple of months ago and have been running the internet on both PC's ever since with no problems at all.
Then for some reason, seemingly overnight, the internet connection to the desktop PC has stopped working! (The laptop PC can still connect to the internet and seems to be uneffected).
After investigation I found that the desktop PC is showing the following error:
'Limited or No Conectivity'
I have tried shutting down the PC, disconnecting the modem etc all to no avail.
I also tried clicking on the 'repair' button in Windows but got the following message:
Windows could not finish repairing the problem because the following action can not be completed:
Renewing your IP Address.
I am now stuck for ideas on how to get past the problem and would appreciate some advice.
I have just had the same problem with my wife's PC. The problem was solved by removing the network connection in network connections (control panel) and then reinstalling the connection from available networks. You will need to have your WEP or other encryption key available when you reinstall the connection. This completely cured the problem and all has been OK since.
Hi Dave. I cant believe it, you have exactly the same problem as i had yesterday click here Dont know how or why but i turned on pc this morning and all is back to normal??? Very strange but have a look at my thread, it may help. Good luck