Such a yellow triangle is strictly a driver issue. It's totally independent of your router and modem. Replacing those wouldn't make any difference for that. It's totally independent of network, LAN and proxy settings also. Changing those don't make any difference.
What are the details shown 'behind' that yellow triangle? I don't know if that's a left or a right click (and I can't check because I don't have any).
I have a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark attached to my wireless internet connection (I have DSL). I can access the internet and surf the web and even watch movies and such. However, this yellow triangle is a little concerning (maybe it isn't, but I don't know much...)
Ever since it appeared several months ago my internet connection has slowed down and some days (not every day, but maybe once a week or so) I need to power cycle the modem and router to get a connection going.
I'm not sure what the issue is, but my drivers are all up to date and I my computer is only a few months old with the latest technology and Windows 7. My modem and router are about 5 years old, maybe more maybe less. I can't quite recall when I got them.
Any suggestions. I have tried checking my network and LAN settings. My proxy settings,too. Would updating the modem or router help or is the issue with something else entirely?? Help pretty please!