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DrakeN2k    113

I turned on my pc today and there is no internet .Chome says dns server no found /resolved .windows says my connection is limited .I plugged my eathernet cable into my PlayStation and internet is fine. I have tryed disabled then enable the adapter .Restart my pc.When i try to Bridge my eathernet adapter and my veathernet adapter my connection returns but windows fails to finish and my connection ends.Sorry for grammar  but im typeing this on my PlayStation .Thanks

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+John Teacake    446

I dont think its a DNS server issue if your getting a limited or no connection message. Do an ipconfig /all on a command line and post the result. I suspect you get a 169 IP address. 

 

Why do you need to bridge any adapters? What kind of connection (Internet/Broadband/Whatever) do you have? 

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DrakeN2k    113

I have broadbad internert but i dont have acesses to modem est as i live in a flat                ip192.168.1.101             defult 192.168 .1.44              mask 255.255.255.0

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Praetor    987

I have broadbad internert but i dont have acesses to modem est as i live in a flat                ip192.168.1.101             defult 192.168 .1.44

 

you don't have access to the router? then how can you troubleshoot that? it's kind of hard to give you any support without knowing more from your network...

anyways, see the IP that the Playstation got, as well the gateway and the DNS and configure your pc with the same settings, minus the IP (try a different one). then try pinging 8.8.8.8 (to see if you have internet access - that's the Googles public DNS).

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DrakeN2k    113

Okwill do.  if i had access i would have just reseted by now

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