Right now, I'm having a problem with my desktop's internet connection. Whenever I turn it on, I get a message saying "Limited or no connectivity." This has been going on since I tried to fix my System Restore. Here is everything that I did that led up to this issue:
My system restore was not working. Due to a few things I saw on the internet, I had a plan of action. I disabled System Restore, and then rebooted my computer. Before I rebooted, my internet connection was fine.
Upon rebooting, I got a message saying that I had limited or no connectivity on my internet connection. In addition, csrss.exe was now running overtime, taking up 25-50% of the CPU. This has never happened before, so I believe that it may be part of the problem. Other processes I've noted that haven't been running so long is winlogon.exe and System.
I have tried everything I could find to fix the issue. I've flushed the DNS, renewed the IP, even uninstalled the adapter and reinstalled it. Nothing's worked. I know the adapter is not to blame, because it's the same one I have plugged into my laptop (which I am using right now) to connect to the internet, and I know it's not the router, because I'm connected to the same connection I've always used. This problem is extremely annoying, because all of my files are on my desktop.
Thanks in advance for any help.