After your PC reboots check your network adapter is both active and packets are still flowing. Perform the ipconfig /all check again.
1. Do you have an IP address? Try ipconfig /all. If you don’t have an IP address reboot your PC. If that does not work power cycle your Cable/DSL routers and modem and then reboot your PC again after the system devices are safe and up. Make sure all of your network cables are plugged tight.
Click on the check boxes for Show icon and direct me below. A double PC icon will appear on the lower portion of the taskbar from the tray area and will display while receiving and sending packets. You can set your mouse over the icon to find the standing and click it to acquire additional information.
There should be Packets exhibited in either the Sent and Granite counters. In case the Received counter is 0 check the adapter gets an IP address. Select Properties.
Check your network adapter, click on the Start menu, click Settings, click Control Panel, and select Network Connections. Double click on the Local Area Connection or your Wireless Adapter whichever one you are using. Ensure its Connected. If you’ve got multiple network cards disable the one which you are not using.
Ping 127.0.0.1 – loopback Evaluation (as shown at the image ). The loopback test is used to test if the IP stack is reacting. When it times out or you get an error the issue may occur if some one or more of the following circumstances is true:
From command prompt enter ipconfig /all (as shown in the picture) you ought to see an IP Address and many DNS Server handles.
*Another support is interfering with IP
*The network adapter is not working
Having difficulty connecting to the Internet at home try these steps before calling for support.
3. Assess your connectivity by pinging many Internet sites. If this fails, then your adapter might not be working or it isn’t properly configured.