Unable to connect to the internet via ethernet cable
Hello. I'm using acer aspire v5 - 431 and my Internet worked perfectly fine this.morning. now, it detects cable the.ethernet. IM using windows 8 and my laptop is only 9 months old. WiFi works perfectly.
Ive restarted the computer laptop, disconnected, did the flushdns doesn't seem to work at.all. pls help! I'm desperate!
Found the problem... it seems that it is a problem with my cable LAN/VGA port combo...
Have to buy a new one! so, for now ill stick with wifi! (T_T)
Unable to connect to the internet via ethernet.
You have published a statement... is not an issue. You have a question?
Do you mean that you try to use Ethernet for Internet connection? OR are you asking how to connect to Internet if Ethernet is not possible?
I have a new router, but can't seem to connect to the internet without Ethernet cable. Trouble Shooter diagnostic tells me that "Windows cannot communicate with the device or resource (primary DNS server). I am at a total loss!
Not sure, but this post can help (as seems to be the same or a related problem) - http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/cant-communicate-with-primary-dns-server/9043f785-2f4e-4cc1-adf5-6ba5ca413749?page=1&tm=1388597381623
Good reading and see if it helps.
good day to you all...
Please kindly help regarding me my problem... I deleted my local c drive using a third-party gparted application... I did this because I do a partion before I reformat my laptop HP PAVILION G6... then I have already installed windows 7 on my laptop, but my problem now I can not connect to the internet via broadband or ADSL cable... can you please help me find a solution... also, my wifi does not work before and I found the wireless LAN driver here I download yesterday... now wifi works...
Thanks in advance
Please download the driver from the internet of the HP website steps below.
- Go to the web page software downloads & HP driver for your model.
I can't connect my laptop to the Internet via cable. The laptop does not recognize when I put the cable. Recognize only the wireless connection.
Can someone tell me, what is the right software that I need to install in order to have cable internet?
Normally you n t need a software to connect to Internet or router. You should only check the TCP/IP settings. This means that if you have a router that supports DHCP default settings should be allowed, otherwise, you will need to set static IP addresses. It s based on your router configuration.
What OS do you have right now?
Is the OS installed Toshiba now or another OS?
You can also try to update the network driver which can be downloaded from the Toshiba page.
I used a Linksys BEFW11S4 for several years with no problems. A PC is connected via a network cable and the other (Dell laptop) used a wireless adapter Linksys that plugged into the laptop (model of Linksys WPC11 ver (4). All my computers using Windows XP with the latest service packs.
I plugged the Dell laptop to the router via a cable to transfer files faster than the network B. Then, when I disconnected the cable and reconnected the wireless card, I was unable to use the Wi - Fi connection to connect to the internet. Wired works very well, is not wireless.
Windows reports a good wireless connection to the router, but the machine is unable to connect to the internet using the wireless card. It can connect to the internet when using a network cable, however.
Pings what either using the Wi - Fi connection failed (expired).
I used another laptop (a more recent Toshiba with a wireless card built-in) to connect to the router and it works very well with the connectivity wired or wireless. No problem switching back with this machine. So, the problem is not with the router or the router configuration.
I was through the forums and seen a LOT of people seems to have the same problem with these Wireless Linksys routers.
I tried to use the Easy Link software to configure the machine, but: (1) Linksys updated web site is not valid, and (2) with the www.linksysfix.com/ela site that directs users to the software is also invalid. Linksys technical support seems to be lacking.
I went to the usual network setup menus and two laptops seem to be configured the same way, again, we're working wireless and we do not.
I would appreciate solutions others have tried and who has worked with this problem.
I reinstalled the drivers for the Linksys card and it does not work. Windows recognizes the new hardware card, reports that it is connected to the router, but still no internet connection
I have problems connecting to the network via ethernet.
connect the ethernet cable and the laptop connects to the net, but after a few seconds it disconnects.
I don't know what the problem is.
I tried to disable TCP/IPv6 and it doesn't work.
Please can someone help me here.
It's just killed me.
It is not easy to say what may be the problem.
Have you noticed the same thing using WIFI?
In my Satellite A60, WinXP Home, when I try to connect to the Internet via the modem of Toshiba, I get error 6: handle not valid, and after a few attempts, I get error 50: all devices connected / request not supported.
Device Manager / network / card Asynchronous RAS displays an error (black exclamation point on a yellow background).
The driver is asyncmac.sys = MS Access Remote network serial driver.
-tried to uninstall the RAS asynchronous card, but no luck, didn't say it may be necessary to start
-modem uninstalled / reinstalled
-update of Windows XP through windows update
-update of the bios / modem / network drivers from Toshiba
No luck, the RAS asynchronous card error is still there.
Alessio - Italy
I think that this problem is Windows XP and map Asynchronous RAS, not the modem.
The modem correctly composed the number, negotiates the user and the password, and then I get error 6 and 50.
On the internet I found this tip for uninstalling and reinstalling the RAS asynchronous card:
I followed the instructions and run RArepair.exe.
It uninstalls and reinstalls the map Asynchronous RAS, but RAS is still in error (the yellow field in the Device Manager).
I am connected to the internet via my Personal Hotspot iPad2 connection and my laptop... works very well, as you can see... BUT when I do a search on my cinema system Sony Home the wifi hotspot does not yet show upward!
How can I connect to my Personal Hotspot iPad2?
A Hotspot is limited to a certain speed by the operators. Access point might not meet the requirements for streaming the video data on the Internet.
So, the Home Theater system cannot be connected to the Hotspot.
The Internet speed should be 2.5 Mbps for SD videos streaming and 10 Mbps for streaming HD videos.
If my post answered your question, please mark it as an "accepted Solution".
I'm puzzled. This connection was working fine but something changed... I don't know how he did. I connect to the internet via a WAP54G through a BEFSR41 to a cable modem. I checked all the settings and even reset several times but nothing helped. I can connect wireless to the WAP54G but no internet connection. The signal strength is excellent. The Vista wireless interface signals that I am connected but only locally with no internet relay. What's wrong? What I forgot. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Solved the problem. Seems a sequence to these pair of power and even if I cycled power, I did not properly. Also, I created a new wireless network to ensure that nothing is associated with the former network that has been tampered contributed to the issue.
just installed windows xp home edition on my laptop but it does not connect to the internet (both with a cable and wireless) and it also won't let me activate windows (cant conect to the Server Setup)original title: windows xp is a pain
What is the manufacturer and model of your laptop?
Visit their web page (the manufacturer) and find their drivers and help section and get the drivers for your model laptop for Windows XP 32-bit.
You, of course, this done from another machine and using some external media to get it back to the laptop. You can get * just * wired or wireless network drivers if you wish - you can then use the Internet on the laptop again to get the rest.
I have a Mac mini as I try to connect via Ethernet cable to a modem Comcast Arris TG862. I was connected via Wifi without problem (with the exception of the slower speeds). I know that the Ethernet ports on the back of the modem seem to work, since I can listen to my TV, etc. In settings > network Ethernet shows as green and connected and gives me an IP address, but as soon as I turn off Wifi no web page doesn't load.
What I am doing wrong? I thought that it would just connect. On the Ethernet port lights, which I think means data transfer. Otherwise, I need to tell Firefox or Chrome to turn to the Ethernet connection?
The default configuration is to have the WiFi over Ethernet in the Service order.
The order must be set such that the (desired) primary service is at the top of the list and the backup service is below.
If you look at the order of service when it is connected to the network, the higher is the provision of access Internet one (or at least, he thinks Yes).
To set the order, click on the menu of the machine and choose the order of Service. Move Ethernet to the top of the list. This should make it primary unless he loses the connection.
However, it must move up Ethernet and provide a connection when you have turned off the WiFi. When you disable WiFi on the Mac, the Ethernet connection move to the top of the list and show a green connection?
I can't connect wireless to the internet using my Time Capsule (see 7.7.3 running).
I mainly use a macbook air (so no ethernet jack) running El Capitan 10.12.2 but the problem also occurs with our iPad and iPhone.
The system has worked for a few hours after the initial Setup, but our ISP crashed and I was not able to make it work since their entry online. I've used a Linksys router.
ISP is done via a wireless connection. The provider can see my antenna and an Apple device connected to it. I have a static IP address with DNS assigned.
My airport utility shows green for the network connection and the internet but no Web page will open.
I did reset hard and reconfigurations a few times which one where I left the modem to the router cable disconnected until I got the full configuration.
The wireless network is using DHCP with DNS assigned to a beach.
Router mode is DHCP and NAT.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
There are a number of situations where the TC will simply not work.
I have a static IP address with DNS assigned.
If you have configured the Internet of TC tab with static IP address?
Would it not be possible to get the address IP via dhcp... have you tried?
Wireless modem is connected by ethernet to your TC? Also, the modem is a router that is bridged?
I really need to see the numbers... but it's not good to put the public IP address here... xxx on the first two bytes and just give me the rest... as long as the IP and gateway are the same.
Or send it to my email address. (see my profile).
Your linksys might work, but the CT will not... This happens because Apple does not provide sufficient flexibility to allow the wireless Internet service provider. (Or Satellite or fiber or some ADSL).
But it can also be a problem with the network... we have problems with the WAN port with some modems.
Does the ethernet connectivity light come on, when you connect the modem to the WAN port on the TC?
Thanks to Xardas, I was able to successfully install Windows XP Pro, but not everything is working as it should. Of immediate concern is my inability to connect to the internet (DSL) through the installation of the existing modem router that I use. How can I check that the ethernet drivers work? My Satellite A200 does not - connect the appropriate port light does not illuminate.
Oh yeh. I noticed that whenever I start (boot) a "Wizard" pane appears informing me that new hardware was found and that the drivers have not been installed but it doesn't tell me what the new material is! At the same time, there is a separate pane that announces that the drivers have not been installed correctly.
Of course, I can use the computer as it is, but before letting my wife loose on this subject, I would like to get rid of anything that can give her cause to panic.
Where are you Xardas?
Check please the Device Manager and all the entries listed under network adapters. LAN card is listed there?
Have you installed driver LAN?
What A200 you exactly (A200-xxx)?
I've recently updated my version of office xp to windows 7. I have a D-link router and a modem with an ISP, and they are all correct, the son. I tried to install the router, but it cannot detect an ethernet cable, even if everything is good. I shot all three offshore, the computer, the modem and router for 60 seconds, reset the router and tried to configure a connection through windows, but nothing seems to work. I have a laptop that can capture the wireless signal and connect to the internet through this. But it's the computer that cannot find the modem or router and does not connect to the internet, I am lost on what to do.If your laptop is connected through the router (wireless), then your router ismore or less OK.Go to Control Panel/network connections.If your PC has both wireless and LAN cards, turn off your PC wirelessnetwork, here's how:Right-click on the icon of your PC's wireless network connection. Select Disable. Waituntil the end of this process.Then, right click on icon to connect to the LAN of your PC. Select Disable. Waituntil the end of this process.Now right click on icon to connect to the LAN of your PC. Select Enable. Waituntil the end of this process.Open a command window (cmd.exe). We will see if there is a LAN connection. Onthe command line type:Ping 18.104.22.168then 'Enter '. What answer did you (paste here). If you receive the answerpings, enter this next...Ping www.yahoo.comthen 'Enter '. What answer did you (paste here). If you receive the answerpings, open your browser and go to www.yahoo.com. What is going on?Other things to check...You have DHCP enabled in your router configuration (preferred answer: Yes)Set the maximum number of DHCP users to 10 or more (you can reduce thatlater if you prefer).Is set to "obtain an IP address automatically" the IP address of your PC(preference response: Yes, unless you know what you are doing) or is italready a value in place."staz2020" wrote in message news: a707c004-e504-4f14-b1d4-2bc465c15eb3...> I have recently updated my version of office xp to windows 7. I have a> D-link router and have a modem with an ISP, and they are all correct, the> son. I tried to install the router, but it cannot detect an ethernet> cable, even if everything is good. I have disabled all three, the> computer, modem router for 60 seconds, reset the router and tried> establishing a connection through windows, but nothing seems to work.> I have a laptop that can capture the wireless signal and connect to the> internet through this. But it's the computer that cannot find the router or> modem and does not connect to the internet, I am lost on what to do.>
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