|I've just typed up a stack of stuff and then the post vanished. I think you double posted because the other one was in Windows 7. I'll type it out again but if this lot vanishes I'm giving up because I'm in the UK and it's approaching 3.00 am. Not the best time for doing retypes.|
We need more info. First of all is it Linux as per your spec or Windows?
I'm going to assume Win 7 although much of the following applies to both.
Have you any other devices on your network and if so are they connecting?
It might be a network issue or a browser issue. What happens when you try to connect, any error messages?
If you have an alternative browser is that the same?
Are there any error messages (usually yellow icons) showing in "Device Manager > Networks" against any of your network devices.
Are you using Wifi or Ethernet cable?
If you go to Control Panel > Network Connections are the appropriate devices enabled? Note that Enable/Disable is a toggle so if it shows "Disable" that means it is "Enabled".
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks
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