Printer will be only woek when I disconnect from the Internet
Original title: I have a HP Deskjet 3050 a J611 printer all-in-one. Wireless also. I had plugged in my computer on another wireless service, but since I changed it does not connect to the online services service
I have a HP Deskjet 3050 a J611 printer all-in-one. I had plugged in my computer that was on an internet service. I changed my service and now the printer
join the network only when I unplug the printer from the internet and click on connect to the printer?
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As OEM HP is responsible for the good operation of the printer and their drivers. Check with
HP support, their documentation online and drivers and ask in their forums.
Sound like a hardware issue-setting up the printer using the HP installation methods.
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The main issue is probably hardware or drivers but these can help:
Add or remove a printer
Solve printer problems
Open the printer Troubleshooter
Find the manufacturer's Web site
Find and install printer drivers in Windows 7
I hope this helps.
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We have a customer with a Tecra A2 provided by ourselves that, after 5 months without a problem from time to time, hangs when it is disconnected from the internet.
Reboot the laptop and the internet can be found sometimes up to 20 times and then it blocks again when we disconnect from the internet IE. A Ref post causing VOIP problems were found and the software disabled and disconnected hardware. No difference. Running XP SP2, IE6, Kaspersky Anti Virus, Tiscali ISP ADSL, modem ADSL Tiscal (a new requested just in case). A lot of work to do and lose valuable time with customer problem.
It seems that a 3rd party software causes this very strange problem.
You suggested that VOIP is causing the problem. Well, the problem is that Toshiba doesn't support any 3rd party software and applications.
What I can suggest is to check the Event Viewer logs. You will find all the errors that appear on the OS. Double-click the error and you should see the description of Microsoft.
Maybe you will find a solution.
When I disconnect from the internet it shows again that "access Local network only. With this clue my internet automatically re - connect itself. How can I stop this from happening? Thanks for any help you can offer.
Updated Windows Update, updates Antivirus definition and other functions need internet access to function properly.
If you really want to stop internet connection right click on the network icon beside the clock (bottom right)
and disconnect - the network - or the power off your router or Modem - turn off WiFi or disconnect
I hope this helps.
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Why when I turn on the wireless printer HP5510 the computer is disconnected from the internet
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I have an IIS Web site 6.1 on local 32-bit Windows 7 machine that serves HTML and MP4 videos via Internet Explorer on the local computer. An internet connection is not necessary because it is all local storage and local accommodations through IIS. IIS is configured to serve the MP4 videos in the form of downloadable files, don't not streaming somehow. I have the right MIME type ".mp4" with the installation of "video/mp4" in the IIS server, so I don't think that's the problem.
When the machine is connected to the internet, by clicking on a video link MP4 in any HTML page served by the local IIS server results in Windows Media Player opening and playing the video in its own window. However, when the Ethernet cable is unplugged, by clicking on the same results of video link MP4 in Windows Media Player by opening its own window, and then display this error message:
Windows Media Player cannot play the file. If the file is on the Internet, connect to the Internet. If the file is on a removable storage card, insert the storage card.
It's almost as if Windows Media Player has a bug and since it accesses this media file via a URL, but the machine is not connected to a network, he thinks that this file is unplayable.
When the Ethernet cable is disconnected, the local IIS server is still all the HTML code and ActiveX content except for media files. I also tried to access MP3 and WMV files via the IIS server to see if Windows Media Player will open those when the computer is disconnected from the Internet. These caused also Windows Media Player files display the same error message.
I tried the VLC (VideoLAN) Player after changing the property file in VLC of WMP for .mp4 files extension. With VLC installed and the extension changed to VLS property, I can download/open the MP4 video using the link in the web page served by IIS all when they are disconnected from the internet. The only thing I can't do is get VLC player to open and play the video simply by clicking on the link in Internet Explore web pages served by the local IIS server.
I would like to make use of Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player with this IIS server that serves the MP4 videos rather than using VLC player.
I finally found the answer to my problem:
When they are disconnected from the internet, mysteriously, Windows Media Player 12 requires that you check a checkbox in tools > Options... > zone settings tab player called "Internet connection (ignore the other commands). Once this box is checked and the settings saved on APPLY, then Windows Media Player 12 will play videos served by the local IIS server on the same machine, while disconnected from the Internet.
I have a wireless router Belkin g with 1 Server 2003 cable and 2 xp machines and 1 machine vista wireless. My problem is when you transfer files to the internet, the router disconnects from the internet, but the network remains intact. I cannot remote in all computers, but not internet. Once I have restart the router, everything works fine. I was wondering if anyone else has had this problem and how to fix them.original title: problems with the router.
I have no solution for you. It seems more likely to me that it is a hardware problem - but if it was related to traffic, I would expect that the problem on the downloads more downloads.
In addition to DSL reports, you could try to ask some of the forums that specialize in the updated firmware for wireless routers. This is not to say that you need to install the modified firmware (although there may be good reasons to do so), but people who do usually firmware mods are much how the equipment works and what might be its potential failure modes.
Is one of the best-known sites DD-WRT.com, but there is one list of other here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wireless_router_firmware_projects the firmware on these sites was originally designed to run on Modem Linksys WRT54G, but applies generally to Linux with chips Broadcom - based wireless routers and DD - WRT claims that its firmware takes care of some Belkin routers. If your router is one of those on what DD - WRT will work, there will probably be someone in the forum there will have something for you. See the list here: http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database
Windows IP configurationWindows XP / Home Edition / 2002 Version / Service Pack 3
A member of the family interferes with my computer and worse me. It's work! This family member is able to make me become disconnected from the internet. I'm not sure how he does it, but I have a feeling that he is able to see my IP address and it blocks my IP address of the router. I'm not familiar with TCP/IP or DNS settings. Here are some of my settings, perhaps you can direct me in how to change a parameter, so it can stop.Windows IP configurationHost name...............................................Primary Dns suffix...Node Type................................................ UnknownThe active IP routing... NO.Active proxy WINS... NO.DNS suffix search list...Ethernet wireless network connection card:The connection-specific DNS suffix.Description............................................................developmentsPhysical address...Dhcp Enabled.................................................... YesAutoconfiguration enabled... YesIP Address..........................................................Subnet Mask......................................................Default gateway...DHCP Server......................................................DNS Servers............................................................................................................Whether by TCP/IP or DNS, I believe that the family member is accessing my computer. Is it possible to change these settings where the family member is not able to see my local IP address? I need to change the DNS server settings and change TCP/IP settings. Maybe I'm wrong and you can tell me what I should do to fix this problem. Thanks in advance for your answer.
As already mentioned LEM that the rule on the router has an absolute rule that can and cannot access the internet or other network resources. I suggest you lock your computer, turn off the server, Remote Service registry service and Remote Desktop and change the password on all administrator accounts. Make sure that your firewall is enabled and have it block all inbound traffic local. Then talk to the guy that controls the router and ask him to lock the router with a password, the only way to bypass the router, then will be by resetting it and the router administrator will know if everything else does.
Having said that your problems are probably not caused by another Member of the family, it could be caused by flaky or failing hardware, bad cable, bad router, network card bad, if you really think that your problem is caused by a member of the family of your computer, then your question must be addressed and brought to a head in a "family meeting" rather than in a public forum on the internet. There is not a lot of people read here can do to change the behavior of the members of your family.
My computer is constantly disconnected from the internet and to reconnect I just unplug the cable for less than a second and it starts to work instantly. Does every 5 to 10 minutes and it gets frustrating. It is not the cable modem because it is constantly connected, and I repeatedly checked.
I have this problem with all programs on the internet and she does every day and probably every 5 to 10 minutes.
Your router could be suspicious here, you have successfully updated its firmware as a possible solution? And I would like to
Update your WiFi drivers on computers. How you are positioned in the router? Are there
obstacles in the path?
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 keep getting disconnected from the internet. should I call ip or the manufacturer
We may be able to help with this issue. First of all, what version of Windows are you using? Below links who will lead the trouble shooting steps you can do. Select the appropriate steps for your operating system to Windows. Let me know if it helps. Thank you.
What happens if you use your computer, updatesare being downloaded, and you disconnect from the internet?
Nothing happens. The download is incomplete and the updates are not installed. The next time you go on the site to update or the next time that your automatic updates are are that the updates will be downloaded again.
Vista: suddenly, the computer disconnects from the internet (or router) after have been asleep. I have not changed the settings and reflected on the line for the problem and there are people with similar problems, but the answers (and a few sample photos) do not correspond to my screen. Vista's automatic updates, so I think it has something to do with a recent update. I had to restart my computer to access the internet. Right now, I've changed my settings "Never" Go to sleep. All solutions?
Hello. I found a sample - the person who has the same problem as me, and apparently it worked - but I don't have this option of powersave mode when I get to this tab.
"Indeed, the ethernet controller properties window had turned on powersave. Thank you 1 million'
I keep get disconnected from the internet, even if the network and sharing Center shows that there is no problem. The only way I know how to solve this problem is to re-login. Is there a way I could resolve this with on the duty to keep the re-login.
There is a firmware version of January this year for your router. I suggest you update your router to the latest firmware.
05/01/2011 - (format date us)
Ver.2.1.01 (version 5)
MyPcHealth - free tools
I have comcast internet and I connect wirelessly, and I think that my wireless card may be damaged or that it should be replaced because the internet is constantly "to give" even if the wireless signal has full bars and says I'm connected. The problem is very common, and I'm fairly certain that the problem comes from my own computer and not the internet society/router/modem. When internet "deal" I can't connect what either unless I flip the switch market and stop on the wireless card and very often I am disconnected from an online game or programs that use the internet as ventrilo or yahoo messenger. When this happens, I cannot even open a Web browser and when I open the browser, I get the message "waiting for...". blahblah.com"and then after a few minutes, one error message appears saying that the site is not available or that I am not connected to the internet when I'm certainly. Before I discovered that flick the switch on and outside would allow me to have new access to the internet, I should wait for my computer for I guess... resume internet... which could take up to 15 minutes of waiting.
This happens only on my laptop. Other computers that are connected to the wireless network were never this problem or even friends who are signed in to my internet did not have this problem. I'm always connected to the internet, and even after the execution of diagnostic tests, I get the results claiming that he has no problem with my internet, even if I get error messages saying that I'm not connected to the internet when I am. Reset the router and modem do not solve the problem, and I'm starting to get very annoyed. Router is not the problem because I just bought a new router a few days thinking that the old router was the problem, but it wasn't: the problem seems to be getting worse every day.
I even thought that it could be a virus of some sort, but it's not. Every two or three months, I restore my laptop to factory settings and clear all... I did recently to see if that would solve the problem, but it didn't.
In summary: I get disconnected form programs that require the Internet to function and also get error messages that I am not connected to the internet when I am. The internet seems to just 'give' and I have to click on the map with wireless on and outside to solve the problem, until it happens again within 30 minutes to an hour. I think it might be that my wireless card doesn't like his destiny... or is probably damaged.
If anyone has any ideas on how to solve these problems or advice that could help me so I greatly appreciate.
You didn t write anything on your laptop, wireless network card or your operating system installed that s not very useful
However, there are a lot of discussions on similar themes, you should check the other assignments
I recommend to check this:
-Update the WLan driver
-deactivation of energy saving for the WLan
I recently bought a new vaio with touchscreen and win 8. the ' store became available? I clicked on the app and get this message: App not available, either you have been disconnected from the server or access to Internet number... something... not that is the case... .laptop is old 2 days... and I tried to put it in place... it's very frustrating... and I am hating victory 8 technology now...
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-You are able to access the Internet outside of Windows Store?
This issue may be caused if you are using the proxy settings, incorrect settings or store waiting for update needs to be installed on your computer. I would suggest trying the following steps and check if it helps.
Install all pending Windows updates and check if it makes a difference.
To check updates
one) open Windows Update in Control Panel by dragging it from the right edge of the screen, type Search (or, if you are using a mouse, pointing to the top right of the screen, move the pointer of the mouse down and then clicking Search), get into Windows Update in the search box, by typing or clicking on settings and then type or by clicking install optional updates.
(b) in the left pane, press or click find updates, and then wait while Windows searches the latest updates for your PC.
(c) if updates are found, tap or click install updates.
Read and accept the terms of the license and then press or click Finish if the update requires it. You may be prompted for an administrator password or to confirm your choice.
I suggest you delete the Windows Store cache and check how it works.
(a) press Windows + R logo
(b) type wsreset.exe in the run window, and then press ENTER.
Disable the proxy connection
If you use a Proxy connection, then try to disable the proxy connection and check.
Follow the steps to turn off the proxy connection.
(a) click on the gear box in the upper right corner in internet explore.
(b) click on the Tools button and then click on Internet Options.
(c) click on the Connections tab, then click LAN settings.
(d) uncheck the use a proxy server for your LAN check box.
(e) click ok.
Let us know the status of the issue. If you need help, please after return. We will be happy to help you.
I need to disconnect internet to my PC Windows 7 while maintaining my LAN network. Can anyone help?
If you want to disconnect Internet on the Windows 7 computer, then you can follow the steps mentioned below. These steps would help you to disconnect from the wired connection, while the connection is still active.
(a) click Start.
(b) type network and sharing Center in the start search bar and press ENTER.
(c) in the left pane, click on change adapter settings
(d) it would be to open a window with the connection to the wired LAN.
(e) now, right click on the wired LAN connection icon and select Disable. (Provide the password if necessary).
(f) it would disconnect the computer from Windows 7 to connect to the local network.
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