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  1. Check the network connection: Ensure that the Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi connection is properly connected to the computer. If it’s a wired connection, make sure the cable is firmly plugged in. If it’s a wireless connection, make sure the computer is connected to the correct Wi-Fi network and the signal strength is strong.
  2. Check the modem and router: Check if the modem and router are functioning properly. Ensure that they are powered on and all cables are properly connected. You can try restarting them by unplugging the power cord, waiting for 30 seconds, and then plugging it back in.
  3. Check the network adapter: Ensure that the network adapter is enabled and working properly. Go to the Control Panel and then to Device Manager to check the status of the network adapter. If it has a yellow exclamation mark, it could indicate a driver issue. Try updating the driver or reinstalling the network adapter driver.
  4. Check the IP address: Check if the computer has a valid IP address. Go to the Command Prompt and type “ipconfig” to check the IP address. If it’s not a valid IP address, you can try renewing the IP address by typing “ipconfig /release” followed by “ipconfig /renew”.
  5. Check the firewall settings: Check if the firewall is blocking the internet connection. You can temporarily disable the firewall to see if that resolves the issue. If it does, you can add an exception to allow the internet connection.
  6. Check the antivirus software: Some antivirus software can interfere with the internet connection. You can try temporarily disabling the antivirus software to see if that resolves the issue. If it does, you can add an exception to allow the internet connection.
  7. Check for malware: Malware can also affect the internet connection. You can run a malware scan using an antivirus software or a malware removal tool.
  8. Reset network settings: You can try resetting the network settings to default. Go to the Control Panel and then to Network and Sharing Center. Click on “Change adapter settings”, right-click on the network adapter, and then click on “Disable”. Wait for a few seconds and then right-click on the adapter again and click on “Enable”.
  9. Check with your ISP: If none of the above steps work, contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to check if there are any issues with the connection.
  10. Contact technical support: If you are still experiencing internet connection issues, contact technical support at Computer Settings, Inc for further assistance. They can assist you in diagnosing and fixing the issue or arrange for a repair or replacement of the faulty hardware component.

We hope this guide helps you in resolving your computer’s internet connection issue. If you have any further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Computer Settings, Inc technical support for assistance.