unidentified network - no internet access windows 7

Hi, I have a pavilion dv6 - windows 7 Home premium. everything was working fine until recently, but since this morning my wireless connection is coming as 'public network' with an error message "schooner - no internet access network. its connected to the router as usual with strong signals and other wireless computers work fine. I have not change whatsoever on my laptop but now I tried all the solutions mentioned on the internet. reboot/uninstall-install the drivers / updated drivers/called HP support/safemode network but nothing has worked so far. I use AVG Anti-virus if it's important. other ideas would be very appreciated. and how can I change a public network at my home netowrk in this case?

Thank you

Hello

It may be an idea to set up a static IP address to see if it will connect you.

Open windows control panel and open network and sharing Center.  Click on change settings card and in the next window, right click on your wireless connection, and then select Properties.  Left click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) to highlight (click on the wording and not with the beat box) and then click the properties button.  Click the radio button next to "use IP address, then enter the following values. following

IP 192.168.1.110

Subnet mask 255.255.255.0

Default gateway 192.168.1.1

In addition, assign the following DNS server address

Preferred DNS 208.67.222.222 Server (these belong to OpenDNS)

Auxiliary DNS 208.67.220.220 Server

After entering these values, don't forget to click OK for each open window, before restarting the laptop.

Kind regards

DP - K

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