Limited or No Connectivity Message on Wireless and Ethernet Connections

I swear there’s nothing wrong with my router but my laptop still can’t connect to it by giving me this message.

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…or something like this

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The thing is that my network keep on

  • “Acquiring IP Address”
  • then eventually…. “Limited or No Connectivity”

Solution – There are 3 ways to do this:

  1. Go update your Windows XP or download this update (KB884020) http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=17D997D2-5034-4BBB-B74D-AD8430A1F7C8&displaylang=en
     
  2. Run this command in Command Windows
    netsh int ip reset somelog.txt
     
  3. Or the most common culprit is corrupted winsock catalog. Run this command in Command Windows: netsh winsock reset catalog
  4. winsock
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ddd1

Im on Vista,this method didnt work for me! I still get Local Only and Limited conectivity.The wierd here is my autoassigned IP 169.254.15.197.I entered manually ip but still get the same result!

srteja

I had the same problem with Vista. I switched to XP and then had an issue with timeouts during tftp. That was further solved by disabling firewall.

daedalux

One important piece missing is that for 2 and 3 you have to reboot. Then it worked.

Thanks for the info!!

werefett

i did those two little commands at the bottom and i ended up with a corrupted /system32/hal.dll. file, how did i do this and is it related?

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