I just got a new PC (acer tab) for my graduation and I was using it perfectly fine on my homes wifi until yesterday when my internet stopped working and displayed a little yellow exclamation mark on the wireless connection bars. It says Limited access and won't let me access the internet. I do not have a virus and I tried to reboot my router and computer. I am in tears of frustration. Please HELP!
Try these methods whenever you see “no internet access”/ “Unidentified network access” on the screen :-
Step 1 : Whenever you see “unidentified network access” message on the screen than first of all, check your PC ‘s settings because it might be possible that problem lies with system settings. So, restart your system and reconnect devices. Sometimes a simple reset helps us to resolve connectivity issues in the easiest way.
Step 2 : It might be possible that the website you are trying is visited is currently down. Under such circumstances, choose a different browser and then visit the website.
Step 3 : If your internet was working properly for a long time and suddenly you experience connectivity issues then try this-
Step 4 : If you are using the router then make sure wireless adapter is enabled. Sometimes, wireless adapter gets turned off when you accidentally press the button, so also look into this.
Step 5 : If you are using Windows operating system then repair the connection in the following way -
Check your settings where it says unidentified network to see if it's set to public or private it should be private if not click on customize then private and it should identify. You may have to do this on the host computer.
All Linksys routers come with the default network name of Linksys, so it can be hard to tell several apart when connecting to them. If the other network has changed its encryption settings, you might see symptoms like the ones you're having.
You should try going into the router's administration pages and changing the network name (SSID). You'll have to change all wireless computers and devices to match it.