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[Solved] WiFi does not work - the network card does not have the correct IP configuration

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  • Level 5  
    Hello,

    I have a problem with WiFi connection on one laptop. It certainly doesn't involve a router, because exactly the same problem appeared in Germany. Now, after returning to Poland, there is exactly the same problem.

    In the bottom right corner there is a yellow exclamation mark with the information "Unidentified network. No internet access", but after clicking this button WiFi is enabled and the connection selected, however with the message "Limited access". In turn, the network troubleshooting tool shows the message: The Wi-Fi network adapter does not have the correct IP configuration .

    I would add that this problem appeared quite suddenly, and all other devices on the network are working properly. Although it may have something to do with updates, because my dad (it's his laptop) noticed that the System Restore option worked several times until before any updates and WiFi could work for several days, but then the same error suddenly reappeared.

    I tried everything. Among others entering in cmd all commands starting with ipconfig and netsh, or reinstalling drivers. With the driver I had a problem that after clicking on the network card in the device manager and later Uninstall, after restarting the computer, it automatically installed itself with this driver. In the end, however, I uninstalled, and immediately installed a new driver (downloaded from another computer from the network) and after restarting the computer finally shows the newly installed one. But the problem still exists.

    Can You help me? Enter the result of entering comedy ipconfig \ all?
  • Helpful post
    Network and Internet specialist
    shadyyo313 wrote:
    Enter the result of entering comedy ipconfig \ all?

    Yes.
  • Level 5  
    makosuu wrote:
    shadyyo313 wrote:
    Enter the result of entering comedy ipconfig \ all?

    Yes.


    WiFi does not work - the network card does not have the correct IP configuration WiFi does not work - the network card does not have the correct IP configuration

    All in all, after installing this driver, suddenly the network is called Wi-Fi 3 (previously it was simply called Wi-Fi) and now after ipconfig / all more of all this is shown. I don't know why, but even if there was one network there, it was the same problem.
  • Helpful post
    Network and Internet specialist
    The card does not get an address from DHCP. It works normally on other devices, and does this card work on another network?
  • Level 5  
    makosuu wrote:
    The card does not get an address from DHCP. It works normally on other devices, and does this card work on another network?


    As I mentioned - other devices (computer, telephones) work normally on this network. Similarly, this card had exactly the same problem being in a different network (in Germany).
  • Helpful post
    Network and Internet specialist
    @ shadyyo313
    Enter the LAN IP address in the router for this card, add the MAC card of the card if required, restart the computer - it should help.
  • Level 5  
    KOCUREK1970 wrote:
    @ shadyyo313
    Enter the LAN IP address in the router for this card, add the MAC card of the card if required, restart the computer - it should help.


    Ultimately, however, I gave up and simply did a system reinstall. The problem was no longer after the first start of the system. Before I wrote here, I was sitting on it for about a week and that's why it was beyond my strength.

    But thanks so much for your willingness!
  • Helpful post
    Network and Internet specialist
    shadyyo313 wrote:
    The problem was no longer after the first start of the system.

    Apparently it is breaking some update for the system.
    It is worth doing it anyway - whatever happens, IP will always be the same.
  • Level 5  
    Reinstallation of the system