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    Solve the issue ‘Limited Connectivity’ in Windows 8

    After Windows 8 Successfully completed booting up, my Internet stops Working. It gives a message as ‘Limited Connectivity’. What is it actually? I do not understand what it might be. Please, anyone let me know what it is and how to get off from it.



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    heemanshubhalla Array
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    Re: Solve the issue ‘Limited Connectivity’ in Windows 8

    I have also faced this problem and this video helps me a lot

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Bhnpa7r9Ytc#t=0s

    Otherwise,you can follow these steps :-

    (1) Update the router's firmware to latest, then after, reset it to factory defaults. Then, change the channel to a different one than it is currently set at.


    (2) Install the lan and wireless drivers


    If the wireless is Intel, install the latest driver from their site instead.


    (3) Uninstall any 3rd party security suite or firewall, if installed. Best to do in safe mode with the special tool for the specific product.


    (4) If not using Homegroup to share, disable IPv6 for the wireless adapter and also disable the IP
    Helper service.

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    ak47 Array
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    Re: Solve the issue ‘Limited Connectivity’ in Windows 8

    . Click on Network and Sharing Center.
    b. Click Manage Network Adapter.
    c. Click on Properties under "wireless network adapter."
    d. Click on Wireless tab.
    e. Click "Add" and type SSID.
    f. Set network authentication to shared.
    g. Under Network key box, type the WEP key and then click OK.



    Press the ‘Windows + C’ key on the keyboard.
    b) Click on settings, more pc settings and then general.
    c) Scroll down to advanced start-up, click restart now.
    d) Click on troubleshoot, advanced options, Windows Start-up Settings.
    e) Click restart, select safe mode with networking and then press enter.

    application is causing the issue, as clean boot helps in eliminating software conflicts. Follow these steps to start the computer in clean boot.


    a) Press the ‘Windows + R’ key on the keyboard.
    b) In the ‘Run’ window type ’MSCONFIG’ and click ‘Ok’.
    c) Click the ‘Boot’ tab and uncheck ‘Safe Boot’ option.
    d) On the General tab, click to select the option ‘Selective start-up’, and then click to clear the option Load start-up items check box.
    e) On the ‘Services tab’, click to select the ‘Hide all Microsoft services’ check box, and then clickDisable all.
    f) Click OK, and then click Restart.




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