How to Solve Wireless Internet Connection Problem

There is no doubt that the wireless internet connections are more convenient and easy to use, compared to the wired ones. However, the problem in the wireless internet connections is if any of the devices working in the process get disconnected, you also lose connection with the internet. Whether it is your computer that is causing problem or it is router or internet modem that has stopped working, you will not be able to access anything on the internet, until you do something about it. There are few ways by which you can troubleshoot your internet issue, if your wireless connection faces any problem.


  • 1

    Sometimes, the memory of the modem gets full and it becomes difficult for the computer and wireless router to connect with it. Therefore, it is essential to fix the issue, by unplugging the computer modem and then wait for few seconds, before plugging it in again with the computer. This will clear the memory in the modem. As a result, it will become easy for the devices, such as computer and wireless router to connect with it.

  • 2

    If unplugging and plugging in the computer modem does not solve your problem, try the same process with your wireless router. You can do it by unplugging it and waiting for few seconds. If you have power button on the router, you can also turn it off and wait for few seconds, before turning it on again.

    It will clear the memory of the wireless router, in the same way it did in the computer modem. It will delete all the erroneous lines of code, which were being stored in router’s memory, allowing other devices, such as computer and modem, to interact with it once again.

  • 3

    If the problem still persists, you will then need to repair the connection in your computer. If you are a Windows Vista or Windows 7 user, then you will need to click on “Start” and then select the "Control Panel" icon.

    Locate the "Network and Sharing Centre” icon and double click on it. Now click the "Change Adapter Settings" option. Then right click the "Wireless Network Connection” and select “Repair”.

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    If you are a Windows XP user, then you will need to click on “Settings” in the “Start” menu, to find the “Control Panel”. Now double click the "Network Connections" and then right click the “Wireless Network Connection”, and select “Repair”.

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