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Hey guys, so I’m having a bit of an issue. I’m running a fresh install of win7 for over a week without any problems. Yesterday, for no apparent reason (ie. no updates, no modifications, no new software install really NOTHING) my network access icon on the bottom right taskbar has a yellow triangle over it and says i have “no internet access” even though i clearly have internet. May 16,  · The network/internet connection icon in the task bar shows ‘No Internet access’ with a yellow exclamation mark and the Network and Sharing Centre shows a red X on the line. However I seem to have normal internet access! What is going on? The only recent change is that I had to reset Firefox with add-ons disabled, but that is all working. Windows also uses a technique called ‘Passive Polling’ to monitor for traffic received from the internet. If the “No Internet Access” warning is displayed incorrectly it is likely your environment is affected by an issue with Passive Polling. Passive Polling works by analyzing the TTL (Time To Live) in the IP header of TCP/UDP packets.
 
 

Windows 7 no internet access with yellow warning icon but connected free download.network icon says “no internet access” but i am connected – Microsoft Community

Oct 10,  · The Internet Connection check is actually made by using a standard DNS call: the outcome, if less than ok, will be displayed by using an overlay icon – the yellow triangle, the red cross, and so on – over the network icon in the systray: it’s worth to notice that this is an overall result for all the available networks – that’s because the network icon is the same – focusing . May 16,  · The network/internet connection icon in the task bar shows ‘No Internet access’ with a yellow exclamation mark and the Network and Sharing Centre shows a red X on the line. However I seem to have normal internet access! What is going on? The only recent change is that I had to reset Firefox with add-ons disabled, but that is all working. Hey guys, so I’m having a bit of an issue. I’m running a fresh install of win7 for over a week without any problems. Yesterday, for no apparent reason (ie. no updates, no modifications, no new software install really NOTHING) my network access icon on the bottom right taskbar has a yellow triangle over it and says i have “no internet access” even though i clearly have internet.
 
 
 
 

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Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 7 Search Community member. Hey guys, so I’m having a bit of an issue. I’m running a fresh install of win7 for over a week without any problems. Yesterday, for no apparent reason ie. I probably wouldnt be worried too much if it was just a wrong icon, but the problem is, software that check for updates and checks to see if im online keeps saying im offline and can only work in offline mode.

This is causing a serious issue. Any1 have any clues how to fix this? I run Kasp Antivir and thats about it.

No other wierd or free software I just dont get how it can just happen from 1 day to the other. Oh and the whole win7 “Troubleshoot” didnt detect any problems. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. David Vinod. In reply to Beowulf’s post on December 1, Hi, If the issue persists then, create a Windows user account and check if this issue occurs with the new user account.

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