Re: "Limited or No Connectivity"
If I may.....
You say you have a router, but the message you have says you could connect to the access point. It just couldn't find the Internet. The reason this is, is because the router, that is communicating with the access point (and in turn, is communicating with your wireless card) will not assign you an IP address. You need to find out where the router is. Limited or no connectivity means the dhcp server could not be contacted. And contrary to a post within this thread, if you have a router, you can have as many computers as you want to connect to it, and your ISP will only see your PUBLIC IP address. You will not get charged for IP addresses behind your router. Post back with the model of the device "Microsoft" router. We'll help you out...
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