> i already disable IPv6 but the problem still exist
If you had really disabled IPv6, you wouldn't be getting the "IPv6 limited
Since you aren't providing any other information I can't help you further.
Obviously something has changed in the past "2-3 days". What? Only you can
Other extremely common reasons for Internet connectivity problems are
malware infection, ISP issues, and router failure.
Scan for malware:
Connect the computer wired directly to the router. Still having problems?
Then it's probably the router. Prove it by connecting wired directly to the
modem. Still having problems? Call your ISP.
If you updated your wireless adapter drivers from Windows Update, roll back
to the correct drivers.
Roll Back Troublesome Device Drivers in Windows Vista from the How-To Geek -
So there are a few suggestions. If you need more help, these links will show
you what details to include so people who want to help you have something
with which to work:
- How to Ask a Question
Elephant Boy Computers - Don't Panic!
FAQ - http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/#FAQ