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Techelius - Welcome to TSF,

Johnwill is not around but I'll be glad to assist you. Thanks for the kind words, that's nice.
Ok so I have been reading through these forums and it seems JohnWill is the man.. he has solved a lot of peoples problems. Johnwill I have seen people join the forums just to thank you for fixing their problems so cudos to you man. I just want to say thank you for everything you have posted already and I appreciate any help you can offer me with my problem.
Your wireless connection is showing a working IP, but I need for you to do another ipconfig /all and post it here please.
Click on Start => in run or search box type cmd, press enter. Open up a command prompt, run as an Admin then Copy and Paste these ipconfig /all >c:\ipconfig.txt . Please attach the .txt file to be found in your Local Disk 'C' on your next post.

For now please try these recommendations:

From your wireless computer pls. install and run Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector.
Click on the 'Show Networks' to display all wireless networks on the xirrus icon on your desktop of if you have one running in a corner. Tap the Printscreen key on your keyboard, open up Paint then choose Edit from the Menu and select Paste, then SAVE it. Upload and attached it here, click on Go Advanced and locate Manage Attachments Tab and attached the file.

Restart your computer, tap F8 and select Safe Mode with Networking. Can you connect here?

Remove your network encryption from the router, test your connection after. If you can't connect, try a WEP security.

Please post back and give us an update.
 
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