Re: After Upgrade to Windows 7; No Internet Connection
I have the same issue and tried disabling Bonjour. it did not fix the
> Check in services for a process called "Bonjour". If it is there, disable it
> and reboot. The process is used by Adobe and Itunes, but is generally not
> Instructions for the above;
> 1. Left click the the "Start" button
> 2. In the "Search Program and Files" caption box type "Services".
> 3. Select "Services" (exactly as typed here) in the list results.
> 4. When in the "Services List" scroll to "Bonjour Service" right click it
> and select "Properties" and in the "Startup Type" click the down arrow and
> select "Disable".
> 5. OK your way out of "Services" and reboot the computer.
> Let me know how things go for you.
> "denmarfl" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Running W7 Home prem 32bit\IE 8
> > After Upgrade to W7 I no longer had an Interent Connection. I could not
> > connect at all be it with IE8 or Outlook. My other 2 PC's on network
> > connected Fine so my Service is Fine. The network Icon in the Taskbar
> > shows
> > a Yellow Triangle with an Excamation mark in it. When I ran "ipconfig" in
> > a
> > CMD Window under Gateway......I saw "0.0.0.0" with the correct IP address
> > UNDER this. No one seems to know what 0.0.0.0. even means...but whatever
> > it
> > means, it means NO Internet connection because that is the result. I
> > worked
> > with Microsoft tech and they were unable to resolve. I reached out to
> > several resources and NetGear (the Wireless Router I use) instructed me to
> > go
> > to Network Properties and chnage from OBTAIN AUTOMATICALLY to USE ONLY THE
> > FOLLOWING IP ADDRESSES......in otherwords, they directed to to create
> > STATIC
> > settings...and the Windows 7 Desktop (which is Wired) connects to the
> > Internet Fine.
> > Using ths STATIC settings is a work around, its not the fix. has anyone
> > experienced this issue and if so, fixed the issue...and if so, I would
> > appreciate steps you took to correct. I did download the latest Intel
> > Driver
> > for my onboard Motherboard network card and that did not fix the issue.