Please see below for a statement concerning the offline navigation problem with Maps 3.06 after updating to the latest map data 0.2.47.103: Nokia has released a new map data release for the Symbian and WP7 Location Based Applications (Nokia Maps 3.06 – 3.09, Nokia Drive for WP7) on 21st December 2012 (map data version no. Unfortunately, due to a problem with the Maps 3.06 application on Symbian, the offline routing and navigation functionality, which is a key feature of our offering, were not working any more with the new map data.This lead to the fact that customers using Nokia Maps 3.06 could no longer use the offline navigation capability, but only online navigation and routing.In your case, I'd suggest seeing if you can ping your PC from another one on your network. This thread seems to describe your issue - there is a solution link at the end: Solved System indicates no internet connection on restart but am connected - Windows 10 Forums Good luck. Not sure how many things you've tried (disable firewall, delete adapter/uninstall NIC, look at ipconfig/all, look at route print) but all else failing I'd run netcfg -d if there are no apparent problems. Both desktop update fine to build 10586 but the laptop keep saying up to date after check. I just download Windows 10 Build 10586 direct from a Microsoft Download site. Even try Lan connection still no go for laptop to update. This workshop offers a way to reboot and reset the system.This is a general system “reboot.” This procedure varies from what is suggested in the Owner’s Manual, but it accomplishes the same thing.
I have discovered there are a number of people with issues with their Ford My Ford Touch system.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. Customers using this Nokia Maps release will get map data release 0.2.46.103 instead for the time being.If you have been affected by this problem, please erase all map data from your device by removing the folder “cities” and a file called “qf”, usually located on the mass memory of your device, then start the Maps application once on your device and download the map data again via the On-device Map Loader (select Update from the Maps main menu) or via Nokia Suite.Normally I would expect the Network Connections to automatically re-create when I uninstall/scan the network devices but it's not working. I dint had any VPN software installed, almost no 3rd party software expect classic shell.