a default gateway is not available in windows 7

G ' Day,.

Although Windows 7 works and looks good, there is a major problem which threatens to derail the whole experience for me.

Several times a day, the default gateway becomes unavailable, which means that the PC running Windows 7 loses internet connectivity. At the same time, other PC, running Vista, continue to operate normally. It is a PC with a WiFi connection and another that is normally connected.

Here are the details of my network controllers (are there two).

... Description: NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller
Reference of the manufacturer.... : NVIDIA
Provider of...: Microsoft
Version...: 1.0.1.211
INF file name... . : C:\Windows\INF\netnvm32.inf
Date of the INF.... April 22, 2009 12:47:44 AM
Name of the section.... : NVENET55. NDI
Hardware... ID: pci\ven_10de & dev_0373
Instance... state flags: 0x180200a
Status code of Device Manager. . : 0
IfType  . . . . . . . . . . . . : 6
Type of physical support...: 14

The problem is solved by manually fix the problem when Windows 7 detects that the default gateway is not available to the general public and resets the network 2 controller.

I saw that this isn't an isolated fact with several reports on the net, some suggesting that a different driver may help, but which? Any suggestions?

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    b. right-click on the connection to the Local network and click Properties. c. double-click Protocol Internet Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and assign the IP address manually.
    Example: Old Ip address is 192.168.0.1
    Replace the IP 192.168.0.50
    d. let the subnet mask and default gateway are the same.
    Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
    Gateway by default, would usually 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1
    e. click apply then click Ok and restart the computer and check if it helps to solve the problem.

    Method 3: You can also try to contact the manufacturer of the router and try to reset the settings of the router and check if that helps you solve the problem.


    Method 4: Also try to uninstall the network card in Device Manager, then restart the computer. Later allow Windows to install generic drivers and check if it works very well.

    Before you uninstall the network card, I you suggests to create a System Restore Point manually, so that in this case, a problem occurs when performing these steps, you can always perform a system restore.

    Note: When you use system restore to restore the computer to a previous state, programs
    and updates that you have installed are removed.

    Follow the steps below to uninstall and reinstall the network card.

    a. click on start
    b. in the type of search box of start of "devmgmt.msc" and press enter
    (c) in Device Manager, expand network adapters
    d. right-click on the network adapter and uninstall.
    e. restart the computer, and then reinstall the network card.

    When uninstalling device drivers make sure you put a check mark against 'delete the driver for this device '.

    Hope the suggestions above helps. Please post back the results.

  • RALink error/Default Gateway is not available!

    This error is related to its not human software error. This is a confirmed software issue and H/P should Man Up and offer phone support, weather, you have a warranty or not. This error everything has started on an update of Windows, so that a fault is? Microsoft. Please HP offer telephone support or a link it would repair

    This is NOT official HP customer service and I, like most other people on this forum do not work for HP. It is a forum for users of peer-to-peer supported for class for the HP consumer products. HP maintains no official presence on this forum and it is unlikely that HP will respond in an official capacity. Response of an employee of HP represents his own opinion and not that of HP.

    Everything simply because you say that this isn't your router, make right. I had updated my firmware on the router and I started to have problems connecting Wi - Fi on some of my devices. Your router's firmware may be the source of your troubles. You should consider updating the firmware to see if that helps.

    Also try installing the Mediatek / Ralink - PCIe (RT2790 / RT309X / RT35X2 / RT539X / RT3290 / MT7630) driver. This driver can help with your problem.

    Please keep all posts on this topic in a single thread. Post the same question over and over is a violation of the terms of use and the Rules of Participation that you have agreed to HP.

    Please contact the official support of HP in your region / country, via the Portal to support HP worldwide, for more help on this issue.

    If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.

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  • The default gateway is not available.

    Computer loses internet connection when he wakes.  I have a windows 7 64 bit hp Pavilion.  I tried to go to Device Manager, click the network adapter, click with the right button on properties to change the power options.  When I click on properties, I don't have any options.  He listed under properties is 'networks '.  That's all.  Can not just click or anything else to change power options.  The only way I can keep the connection is to go into power options computer and click never go to sleep when the cover is closed.  Help.

    Hi Nancy,.

    Thanks for the update on the issue. I understand that it is a little frustrating when such a thing happens. I appreciate your time and effort.

    You can read the following article and check if it helps.

    https://support.Microsoft.com/en-us/KB/937477

    If the problem persists, try the suggestion posted by BurrWalnut replied January 1, 2013 for a similar problem.

    http://answers.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/Forum/windows_8-networking/wifi-disconnects-after-sleep-Windows-8/e0e9e1f1-ED60-4710-aad4-973fed047233

    Try also to create a new power plan and check.

    Power plans: frequently asked questions
    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-8/power-plans-FAQ

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