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To View the Timezone: 1. Click on the bottom right corner of the desktop, where the time and date are located.
Article Id: 18014
Category: Troubleshooting

Windows 10: Finding Your IP Address This will describe how to find Windows 10 IP address: 1. In the Cortana Search bar of your Start menu, type cmd and click cmd . NOTE: This can also be done using the Windows key +...
Article Id: 18152
Category: Troubleshooting

Windows 10: Generate a Wireless Network Report 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen. ...
Article Id: 19479
Category: Troubleshooting

Article Id: 19486
Category: Troubleshooting

To Reset TCP / IP Stack in Windows 10. 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Article Id: 19483
Category: Troubleshooting

Run the Network Troubleshooter 1. Click the search bar in the taskbar of the computer, and type Network Troubleshooter. Select Identify and repair network problems.
Article Id: 19480
Category: Troubleshooting

General Activation Information: Before you can have a Successful Activation, your System Clock Time MUST MATCH the LSU KMS Server System Clock Time . If they DO NOT match, you MUST Manually Change ...
Article Id: 18015
Category: Troubleshooting

Sometimes Firewalls can affect connectivity. You can see if the connection issue is caused by a firewall by turning it off temporarily and then trying to visit a website you trust. IMPORTANT NOTE: Turning off your Firewall makes your PC more vulnerable to hackers, worms, or viruses. Turn it back on as soon as possible.
Article Id: 19476
Category: Troubleshooting

If your network stopped working after a recent update, try uninstalling the network adapter. After uninstalling, restarting your computer will connect it to the latest driver. To Uninstall a Network Adapter Driver in Windows 10: 1. Click the Windows icon in the bottom left corner of the screen, and type Device...
Article Id: 19482
Category: Troubleshooting

An outdated Network Adapter Driver can result in connection issues - especially after upgrading to Windows 10. To check if this may be the cause, please see the following instructions. To Update Your Network Adapter in Windows 10: 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen, and type ...
Article Id: 19478
Category: Troubleshooting