My landlord upgraded to unlimited internet (through Rogers) and had to upgrade his modem as well. Since then, I have been unable to access the internet on my Lenovo Windows 8 computer (I have a Windows 7 wireless driver due to a previous problem-see Cisco incompatibility issue: support.microsoft.com/kb/2749073/en-us). My 8 year old Dell with Windows XP connects to the internet just fine as does every other computer in the house (the landlord's and other tenants computers work just fine). Troubleshooting says the problem is the DNS server. Other forums have said that Rogers has crappy DNS servers, but since my XP gets internet just fine, there has to be some sort of problem other than that, right? My computer gets internet just fine at coffee shops, restaurants, libraries etc. so it's rather odd that it's the ONLY computer that does not work on the internet at home. We did an ipconfig /dnsflush and we got internet again for 3-4 days but my husband left town with the computer and when he came back, it wasn’t working again. I noticed windows did an update during that time so I did a system restore to before the update but it didn’t help. I’ve tried the dnsflush, and I’ve changed the preferred DNS servers but to no avail. I’ve downloaded a windows 8 driver again, and that didn’t do anything either so I’ve once again rolled back to the windows 7 wifi driver on a windows 8 system. I've also tried the following to no avail: 1: run following command as administrator, then restart computer: netsh winsock reset 2: try static IP address 3: Reinstall network adapter driver from manufacturer’s website. 4: Turn off IPv6 in Windows 8. 5: Turn off power management on network adapter: Also, I don’t think it’s relevant but the internet is set-up so that we connect to an unsecure connection that then pops up a webpage with a pace to login (like a coffee shop or hotel) but the page doesn’t ever pop up even if I type in the URL and yet the computer claims that I’m connected. It also doesn’t matter which browser I use (IE, firefox, chrome), the problem persists. Here's a link to my ipconfig and windows tracing folder: https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=964C74E639BD0EF5!183&authkey=!AKvQMG1yvKH87ZQ&ithint=file%2c.zip Thanks for any help you can provide!