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As title says, I've got no network access, and unidentified network, I've tried every method I've seen, like dns flush, resetting tcp/ip. Setting to obtain IP automatically yet no luck, tried disabling and reenabling my network adapter, this is very frustrating as I can't go on my pc or anything. Help would mean the world, comment your suggestions or possible fixes please. Thank you. (I'm using TPLink and have even bought a usb 2.0 to CAT 6 ethernet to see if it would make a difference, also tried my brothers TPlink, so it isn't a problem with the network adapter itself, and all other devices on my network can access the internet.)
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Could be a winsock problem, Open Administrative CMD and type netsh winsock reset (without the quotations) wait for it to finish then type netsh int ipv4 reset & netsh int ipv6 reset (without the quotations). wait for it to finish and restart the computer. Let me know if it works.
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DrAzzazzin wroteCould be a winsock problem, Open Administrative CMD and type netsh winsock reset (without the quotations) wait for it to finish then type netsh int ipv4 reset & netsh int ipv6 reset (without the quotations). wait for it to finish and restart the computer. Let me know if it works.
Unfortunately this never worked, I also forgot to mention that I have an "Invalid IP configuration error."
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ceIIyy wrote
DrAzzazzin wroteCould be a winsock problem, Open Administrative CMD and type netsh winsock reset (without the quotations) wait for it to finish then type netsh int ipv4 reset & netsh int ipv6 reset (without the quotations). wait for it to finish and restart the computer. Let me know if it works.
Unfortunately this never worked, I also forgot to mention that I have an "Invalid IP configuration error."


That method didn't work for me when I had this issue. I believe it is something to do with your pc. I had factory reset my entire pc and after I wiped everything off of it and started it like a fresh PC it started working again.
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How did you go around doing this? ;p
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If you set a manual IP that is within the DHCP range and not being used, does it work from there.

Check for testing with your DNS as 8.8.8.8
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ive had this issue before and as i connect via a TP-Link at the moment. i get it alot more than usual, i found out my issue was that my pc couldn't connect to the DHCP server so what i did to fix my issue was to turn off my Virgin Media Hub/Router/Modem and pulled the power cable out and left it fot 10 minutes, once i switched the hub on again my Pc could connect again. its worth a try if you havent done so already. hope it helps buddy!
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read through your event viewer logs ( custom view > admin events )

uninstall you network adapter drivers
power off your modem and power it back on again
re install the drivers

if that doesn't work give yourself a static IP

if that doesn't work do a system restore to before this happened
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