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    No internet Access even after connecting Laptop of Windows 8 to the Network

    I am using Windows 8 in my HP Elitebook Laptop. Whenever I try to access the Webpage, I am not able to see the Webpage. I do not know why this Problem has raised even after connecting to the Network. Please, anyone help me in Solving the Problem.



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    Re: No internet Access even after connecting Laptop of Windows 8 to the Network

    In Windows 8 Internet Connection or Internet is slow, when compared to Windows 7. But, as you said you are not connecting to the Webpage even you are in the Network, then it is the serious issue. But it can be Solved. First try to reset your Laptop. Even if the Problem is still raising, then it might be the problem with the Internet Security Program. Try to Uninstall and reinstall the AntiVirus and Internet Security Program. It might be blocking you to access the Web page. Once after doing the re installation try to access the Web page. This time you can connect to the Internet. Your Problem is Solved and can access the Web page.
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    Re: No internet Access even after connecting Laptop of Windows 8 to the Network

    Dear friends..

    For these Do as i say..

    First you have set IP address..

    Check now .. Still it's not connecting..

    Go to Task bar

    Right click on Internet Icon..

    Click on Trouble shooting problems..

    It will clear Network adapter problems and Other problems it will resolve..

    Thank you and All the best..

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    Re: No internet Access even after connecting Laptop of Windows 8 to the Network

    hi dear friend...............check the given instructions

    first check the network connections

    then go for the troubleshooting ....for that go to control panel

    and click the ACTION CENTER and after the click the TROUBLESHOOTING option

    then choose the NETWORK AND INTERNET option

    and choose one option from the list depending on your choice........and if you are unable to solve with the troubleshooting then go this way

    Check the IP address ... and if you have ....i mean some service providers provides the IP and some are not like beam, ....etc

    which are directly provide the IP which is to be appeared in the HOME PAGE OF THE SERVICE and for the local connections we need to enter it manually

    and press the windows key+r and type cmd in the run box and press ENTER key

    then type in the command prompt windows as ping (your ip addresss) -t and press ENTER

    like this ping 123.123.123.34 -t and press ENTER

    and observe the ping if it is continuos then there is no problem other wise there is the problem in the NETWORK

    and if you find the ERROR in your lap.....then uninstall the network drivers the re-install again


    ..................ALL THE BEST..............

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