Cable connection part for good - once I started using the wireless NETWORK card!
I went although all people in support on this issue, but now I have no other choice than to ask all you people here!
That is the problem. I have two computers with multiple network cards. One is a laptop computer with wireless Draft-N support and 10/100/1000 NIC onboard. The other is a desktop computer with an ASUS Wifi b/g edge and also dual GigE ports nVidia graphics card.
Whenever I try to use network wired for internet or local network even cards use, it died on me. It is impossible to obtain an IP address from the router to use and is unable to communicate with anyone at all. Not even with my local network or even directly to the router (192.168.1.1). If I turn on the wireless card, it connects and everything is groovy (except that I lost my GigE connection to my local network, which is most important!).
I havegone through the standard fare of cyclic power to the router and cable modem, reboot of my machines, etc. all the normal things, we are required to do.
After some hassles with the support of Linksys to get them to send me a new WRT330N, I finally received a new WRT310N and it shows exactly the same problem! Wireless connections work fine, but as soon as I disable the WiFi and wired go, Windows XP gives me nothing else than a message "limited or no connectivity" and let me out of the network.
This leads me to think it's some sort of network problem due to multiple MACs on the same host name. Does anyone know how to get around this problem?
Disable the firewall on the computer and then also try to connect the computer to the modem and check if the computer is able to connect.
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I can't connect to the internet using my wireless network connection. I had made the diagnosis and he stated that "the DHCP is not enabled for the wireless network connection. I had checked the DHCP, but it has been activated!... Someone would give any suggestion for me to solve the problem?
Open the run command box by pressing Windows key + R, type services.msc and press enter . Search The Client DHCP and check if it is enabled or disabled. If disabled then turn it on and see if the problem still persists or not.
Open the run command box by pressing Windows key + R, type cmd , and press enter . At the command prompt, type ipconfig/all and press ENTER. Now, check the IP address, default gateway, DNS etc. If you find all the information is correct, but you cannot yet access the Internet so if you connect the wireless network is secure or not. To determine the glance to the wireless network icon in the taskbar, then click on it. It will show you the available wireless networks. If there is a "yellow shield" present on the network icon, the network is not guaranteed, if there is no "yellow shield" does while the network is secure. In a secure network, you might have a "network security key. In this case try to disable the 'Network security key' option for this network. To do this:
Open Control Panel , click network and Internet , click network and sharing Center , click manage wireless networks on the left.
In the list select the wireless network and do a right click, select Properties, Security disable tab all options that is, in security type do not select no authentication (Open) and to the type of encryption , select none . You can also activate the automatic connection and SSID settings to further enhance connectivity, on the connection tab, click to select the "connect automatically if this network is in range " and "check boxesto connect even if the network is broadcasting his name (SSID) .
For more information click here and see how you can determine whether a network is secure or not.
If the problem still persists, then check your firewall settings and make sure that the firewall is not blocking your Internet connection. Some software Antivirus has a built-in firewall and they block by default all unknown connection to the tightening of security.
Try to restore Windows Firewall default settings. Open Control Panel click on network and Internet , click system and security , click Windows Firewall , click default settings .
Hope this will help. Thank you.
I recenty installed a new Intel 5100 Series 512AN_MWW Mini PCI NIC in my Satellite P100 - 188 PSPA3E database.
However, when it is installed, he refused to view and start.
I'm sure (read the technical info) that these cards use the same interface.
So why it won't work?
Is an update of the BIOS to enable a feature. If so, could someone kludge one together please?
I have the latest version of the BIOS installed 4.70 and am running Windows Vista.
I am desperate for this that I already have a project N AP 2.0 and want to use it to its full capabilities.
If I understand your message you have improved the Interior card WLan Intel (Golan) Intel 3945ABG 802. 11a / g to Intel 5100 with project support.
Boyfriend although it seems that you can't use the WLan draft N card in this laptop model.
Seems such card is not compatible and cause interference.
As I know the Draft N need of 3-wire antenna the antenna Satellite P100-188 supports 2 wires only and can be used with the 802.11 A, B or G standard.
Windows Vista and office computer HP. The use of the Airport Extreme.
All other computers in the House can connect to the wireless network.
The Vista machine declined the connection Wireless intermittently for the past two weeks. Tonight, he lost it completely. When I click on "connect to network" in the network control panel - I see the wireless network. But when I click on connect, I get a message that Windows cannot connect to this network.
I changed the password on the Airport Extreme and rebooted, it. Wireless usb on Windows machine the device works correctly, by checking through the properties box.
For example, Vista machine is recognizing the wireless network, but does not connect. Why not?
I'm ready to throw the computer out the window!
Check the PoodlesAway solution to the same issue here:
Apple Airport may be your main problem - did you check its firmware?
Actually try updating your driver and disabling the network logon.
Control Panel - network - write down of the brand and the model of the Wifi - double click top - tab of the driver - write
version - click the driver update (cannot do something that MS is far behind the pilots of certification). Then
Right click on the Wifi device and UNINSTALL - Reboot - it will refresh the driver stack.
Look at the sites of the manufacturer for drivers - and the manufacturer of the device manually.
How to install a device driver in Vista Device Manager
Download - SAVE - go where you put it - right click – RUN AS ADMIN.
You can download several at once however restart after the installation of each of them.
After watching the system manufacturer, you can check the manufacturer of the device an even newer version. (The
manufacturer of system become your backup policies).
Repeat for network (NIC) card and is a good time to get the other updated drivers as Vista like
I would also turn off auto update for the drivers. If the updates Windows suggests a just HIDE as they
are almost always old, and you can search drivers manually as needed.
How to disable automatic driver Installation in Windows Vista - drivers
http://TechNet.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730606 (WS.10) .aspx
Make sure you know the details of connection to your wireless router - SSID and password.
You lose connection when you do and have to redo your logon.
Control Panel - Network & Sharing Center - right, click Customize - page set of network locations.
lower left click on merge or delete network locations - REMOVE all instances of your network (and the
others you don't use anymore) - REBOOT. Start - Connect To log on to the network.
Check this box:
Strange problem with Internet under Vista
Windows Vista cannot obtain an IP address from certain routers or some non-Microsoft DHCP servers
Network connection problems
I hope this helps.
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I got a 1nj c660 and I have a wireless connection to a Fritzbox 7170.
Now, this morning, everything was fine and I connected wonderfully, but now I can't connect no settings have been changed I just stop and start as usual. I used configfree and it shows the network but if I try to connect it says unable to connect to the network. I have Win7 home basic OS.
I uninstalled the wireless network card and reinstalled, updated the drivers but nothing works, I still get the same error.
Can someone help will appreciate it greatly!
Are you able to connect to open WLan?
I mean you can try to disable security options in your Fritzbox and might test whether you are able to connect without the WEP, WPA or other safety standards.
Of course, you should only done for testing purposes
If this box works, then it means that the security of your router settings were not consistent with the settings of the Wlan card.
Original title: wireless network card problem
I have a laptop HP g series.
I am not able to connect to Wi - Fi. The network symbol that appears at the bottom right does not appear. Solve the problem. He said it was a problem with the driver for the wireless network card. I tried to uninstall the driver, and this is the error I get.
For a better understanding of the issue, I would need more information on your side.
1. How do you uninstall the network driver?
2. What is the number of the model of the laptop?
This problem could occur due to corrupted wireless network driver.
If you haven't tried these steps, I suggest to uninstall the driver from Device Manager wireless network and install the latest driver for the wireless network on the site of computer manufacturer.
Step 1: Uninstall the wireless driver.
a. Click on the Start button , and then type Device Manager in the Search.
b. open the Device Manager and double-click the network adapter to extend.
c. right-click on the driver wireless network which entered and select Properties.
d. in the window open, click the drivers tab.
e. in the tab drivers , click the Uninstall option.
Step 2: Install the latest driver for the wireless network on the site of computer manufacturer.
See the articles for more information.
Hope this information helps. Answer the post with an up-to-date issue report to help you further.
The title says it all really.I was connected and working normally for about an hour this morning, until suddenly the connection has been lost.Windows detects the wireless network but will not connect. Two other users in the same office connect without difficulty.Help, please.Thank you.original title: vista detection network but will not connect
1. you have made no changes to the computer before the broadcast took place?
2. What is the exact error message you get?
3 is connected to the domain of the computer?
4. what happens when you try to connect to the network?
Try the steps from the following link:
Windows wireless and wired network connection problems
Wireless network card: frequently asked questions
IM using an Inspiron 8600 that worked fine on wireless networks, when my girlfriend returned by this student teaching, is currently not connected to my network home. I currently have another computer using the wireless network.
OK the real problem is that is shows connect to my network, when I type it brings security, I enter the key, and when he opens the window that says «Please wait while windows connects to the newtork...» Pending network"he animation for what I believe to be long, then it just POPs to available networks, showing with having bound.
I went through what I believe to be all the lamen steps, with the computer and network troubleshooting. So all advice is appreciated.
Basically, I had a new router and discovered that the wireless connection icon was missing. I checked the network connection and I only had the local connection box. I opened my laptop and my phone was always ok. So what can I do to recover my wireless connection?
Your laptop has a switch that turns on and off the wireless network card?
I recently reinstalled xp on my Satellite Pro A100 and I can not get the wireless connection works.
He worked prior to re - install. I downloaded a bunch of driver but cannot make it work.
First you should check if the WiFi network card status in Device Manager.
You can see a Wlan card?
If you n t see the Wlan card listed in the network adapters, it would mean the failure of the driver installation WiFi card or you have used is not compatible Wlan driver!
I m not to mention of course that you have the card Wlan but there are only two options; It s Atheros or Intel.
I recommend you to visit the European driver Toshiba page and download the latest Wlan driver for this device.
We have a router that connects two laptop computers, a smart phone and smart TV, a Kindle reader and a printer.
I want to know is so that desktop shows a "wireless network connection", I actually use this connection if this computer is connected through a CATV cable? Specifically, if I disconnect in that regard, maybe would I win any speed for this computer or laptop computers that are located in different parts of the House?
And if so, how can I fix it so that it does not automatically each time connect that I boot?
Thanks for your advice.
It seems to me that you have a wireless router with many connected devices, including a desktop PC, and you want to know if forcing the PC being used a wired connection to the router, instead of a wireless connection, will increase speed or ease of use for one of your devices?
Short answer, probably yes, and it should not hurt anything.
Wireless network connections are all just more finicky than the wired connections. Without knowing the details of your router, I can't do any insurance policy, but reducing the pressure on your wireless radio components and its replacement by the PC with a wireless connection wired should not hurt anything and could help.
I guess CATV here means a type of wired network cable CAT-5 cable? If it's just a "CAT 5" cable, he'll only go 100 Mbps, which might be slower than your wireless router. However, 100 Mbps is probably faster than your internet connection at home (your speed of the router to the outside world), so it should be good. If it's a "CAT-5e" cable, so no problem.
To disable your wireless connection on the PC, go to control panel-> Device Manager command. You will get a window with a list of all the hardware devices on your computer, listed by category. A category must be "Network adapters" or something similar. Expand this category by clicking on it and find your wireless card (something something Wifi or wireless network card). Right-click, and then click on disable. Now your computer will be able to connect with the wired connection. When you want to cancel the process, simply repeat these steps and you will find that 'Disable' has been replaced with the option 'enable '.
I have House part for my iPhone and apple TV, but the iPhone libraries are not listed under computers on Apple TV. I don't see libraries for my Mac. I use the same ID across the three devices apple
I have House part for my iPhone and apple TV, but the iPhone libraries are not listed under computers on Apple TV. I don't see libraries for my Mac. I use the same identifier apple through the three devices. I have an iPhone 6 more working 9.0. The devices are all on the same home network running.
You can't share a library that is located on an iPhone, iPod or iPad with other devices. You can only share a library that is located on a Mac or a PC with other devices. On other devices, iPhone, iPod and iPad for example, you then activate home sharing to connect to the shared library.
Loses the connection to the wireless network sometimes directly after that the computer is turned on at other times after 5 min and sometimes after an hour. No other device I have loses the connection to the wireless network. Help, please.
Thank you for visiting the Forums from the HP Support! The forums are a great place where you can find solutions for your problems, with the help of the community!
I understand that you have a problem with the WiFi and wanted to help you!
First of all, try to review the next steps, offered by community member @Great-Christine-Tree:
First of all, we have a step by step guide to guide you through the process of diagnosis here:
A second option is to try the following steps:
Powercycle the network:
1. turn off your laptop.
2. unplug the power to your router.
3. disconnect the power to your modem.
4. wait at least 45 seconds.
5 reconnect the modem and wait for it to come back online.
6 plug in the router and wait for it to come back online.
7. turn on your laptop and test your connection.
Turn off the power to the adapter:
1. open Device Manager. (Win Key + R > type devmgmt.msc > OK)
2. expand the network adapters.
3. right click on the Ethernet adapter / wireless, and then click Properties.
4. click on the power management tab.
5 remove the check mark next to allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
6. click on OK.
7 test cycle.
Reset the TCP/IP settings on your PC:
1. go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.
2. right-click on the command prompt icon and select run as administrator.
3. in the window that opens type "netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt" without the quotes and press ENTER.
4 restart your PC and test.
It can also help to reset the winsock catalog:
1. go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.
2. right-click on the command prompt icon and select run as administrator.
3. in the window that opens type "netsh winsock reset" without the quotes, and then press ENTER.
4 restart your PC and test.
Reinstall the NIC drivers:
1. download the drivers from here , but do not run them again.
2. go to your Start menu/screen and type Device Manager.
3. expand network adapters.
4. right click on the wireless adapter and choose uninstall.
5 install the drivers downloaded in step 1.
6. restart your PC and test.
Test an ethernet connection:
Explicit. Test if the problem persists on a wired connection to the adapter hardware troubleshooting wireless can be directed to the appropriate areas.
Test another connection:
Many people excluded their home network as a problem if another device working on the same network. Networking is not as simple as that. Each device interacts differently with your router or modem and it is impossible to exclude the settings for this device until the laptop has been tested on another network.
If these steps do not resolve the problem, try this document published by Microsoft for network management issues: wired and wireless network problems. You can change the operating system with the drop-down list in the upper right of the document.
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Title: Cannot get an Internet connection!
Connection Wi - Fi comes with a warning that 'the settings saved on this computer for the network do not match the requirements of the network"what should I do to get a connection?
Hello-Did you do changes on the computer before this problem?Method 1: I suggest you follow the steps to run the troubleshooter from thelink and check if the problem persists.Using the troubleshooter from network in Windows 7Method 2: I also suggest you to follow the steps from the link and check if it helps.Windows wireless and wired network connection problemshttp://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/help/wired-and-wireless-network-connection-problems-in-WindowsMethod 3: Follow the steps below to remove and add the wireless network.(a) click Start and select Panel.(b) select network and sharing Center and manage the networks without wire (on the left).(c) in the list, click on your network and Remove top.(d) you can then search for available wireless networks again and reconnect it to your network.Hope this information helps.
Quite suddenly my laptop (Toshiba) could not connect to my Modem and printer. I can only connect to the internet with a cable connection to the modem. The printer reports no problem with the connection. Troubleshooting report 'Problem with the driver for the wireless network connection card.' Problems also with ISATAP MS Driver adapter and Teredo Tunneling adapter. Software could not solve the problem. A technician online know-how also faled to solve the problem after an hour trying everything - uninstalling and reinstalling, etc. He thought it would be a virus even though I have several active antivirus programs. Any ideas? Should I chuck the laptop away and buy a new one?
If, as you say, you have several active antivirus running programs, they will conflict with each other and you will have no protection
Visit the support of Tosh, specific to your model, and reinstall the drivers for the chipset and wireless
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