I'm typing this on my Droid X so pardon the typos. I don't really know where to start or what direction to take so I'll list my major problem, then all the facts/info/and actions I've taken to attempt to fix the problem.Problem - I can not connect to the internet and no network adapter shows up under device manager I have an Asus 5671 running windows 7. I purchased the unit about a year ago.It's outside of the manufacturers warranty. Power went out about a week and a half ago and I believe this has something to do with the cause of the problem. I have repeatedly spoken to ASUS about this downloaded the network drivers from their site. When I install them I receive no error message saying they were installed incorrectly or failed to install, but my network adapter still does not show up. I have recovered my computer to factory settings and the problem has not gone away.
While attempting to recover my computer to factory settings, I found out it didn't already come with a recovery disk set up, so I followed the prompts to make a recovery disk (after all this trouble was already happening), so I wonder if creating a recovery disk was pointless since the network issue was already present. I have my router hard lined to my computer, and it's wireless on. The wireless works with my PS3. My computer itself is not wireless. Asus first said the problem was 100% digital, now say it's a hardware problem. I was told I will have to buy a new motherboard to fix the issue.
I am using Dell Inspiron N4010 for more than a year now. It was running good. At office i am using wi -fi and at home i was using through cable connection. Fer last few days my wired connection was not working and i got all cable checked and replaced, but could not solve the problem. Then i found that in device manager, network adapters, its not showing and wired adapter. Only wi-fi and blue tooth adapters are there. I can still connect to internet at office via wi fi but its not working at home now with wired connection.I am not able to understand how it stops working and why its not showing in device manage (Network adapters).Yes one more thing i want to disclose is that earlier i have only one drive i.e. c drive wich few days back i compressed and created another drive.
I use a hardwired Ethernet adapter to connect to the internet from home. I cannot connect to the internet on the N5110 but can connect on my desktop PC. I look at the hardware device manager and cannot find an Ethernet adapter. This leads me to believe something happened to the card. It should show up in the hardware profile. I don't want to use a wireless connection. I want to use my hardwired Ethernet adapter.
How can get the system to recognize the device? I don't need to send it in for repair. There is some work I do that can only be done on this computer.
have had a new HP G62-234DX laptop for about 4 months now and I'm now having problems connecting to the internet via ethernet. The lights do not come up when I plug it into the port and I have already tried to download the Ethernet driver from HP but it didn't seem to install properly, tells me it only works for Windows Vista which isn't true. I checked my device manager also and saw that I only have my wireless network adapter showing which works fine because I've been connecting wireless but I need a wired connection when I do not have wifi at my university. On device manager I chose 'show hidden devices' and I saw an unnecessary amount of "Microsoft 6to4 adapters" come up which does not seem right.
Dell Inspiron 1521 w/Vista Home Premium, wlan dell 1390. Adapter does not start at any time if I don't remove battery for a long period, or a shorter period if I depress the on/off button for 15-20 seconds. Works fine if it starts, but when it does not start it does not appear in Device Manager. If I close the lid (sleep) for even a split second the wifi will not come back on because the adapter is not active. The computer does not wake from sleep normally either, but that's been going on from the beginning and the wlan adapter is a new issue (in a long line of issues with this laptop.)
After I wake my Windows 7 based computer from sleep or from hibernation, the network icon in the notification area do not show the "not connected" status. The Dell 1390 WLAN does not show in the device manager.
-Dell Inspiron 1521 -Dell 1390 WLAN -Win 7 New driver - Windows re-installation doesn't solve
Dell Wireless 1390 WLAN MiniCard on my Inspiron 1521 with WINDOWS 7 does not show in the device manager. There is a popup window that says Driver blocked due to incompatibility.Ive tried to install new drivers but it doesn't work.
It may be a coincidence but my Broadcom Network Adapter 802.11g stopped working after trying to fix 'unknown device' in Device Manager (It was working perfectly before this).OS: Windows 7 Starter on 'BenQ Joybook Lite U105'.I tried the Windows Network trouble shooter and it didn't work (saying there may be a problem with the driver. I uninstalled the driver and re-installed it (including a possibly newer one) and it didn't work. Within 'Network Connections" the Broadcom wireless adapter is shown as 'disabled' I R-clicked to enable it, a window popped up saying it was enabled but it still showed as being disabled. My feeling is that something is preventing it from being enabled, logically, I would guess. Also went to 'Component Services' and ether started or restarted everything with the word network on it still no luck..My Google search on an other pc , now on day 3, couldn't find anything. (BTW the 'unknown device' which according to the icon, seems to be the joybook itself, is still not fixed and still listed as 'unknown device').
i have a Dell inspiron 1520, the ethernet port has stopped working- no lights when cable connected. this was fine and then just stopped, it is used to connect to hub from time to time when wifi goes down. have tried 3 different cables, no joy, these all work in another laptop. No issues shown in control panel/ hardware. Have downloaded driver from Dell site, still nothing.
I have got this new Dell inspiron 1521 with windows 8 and I am facing some weird problem with its DW WLAN NETWORK CONTROLLER.
it uses more of cpu resources (as seen from task manager) and causes the active window to become non active.
this makes it frustrating to work, means I am typing some username or anything in IE or Chrome or anywhere else and it suddenly becomes non active window (non selected as if some thing else is selected) and again becomes active in few seconds or I have to click anywhere in the window to make it active.
some times a pop up opens that "DW WLAN NETWORK CONTROLLER HAS STOPPED WORKING" send this information to microsoft.
This happens randomly and I'm not able to figure out when this thing occur, means I'm running on battery or power supply.
I have not used wifi on this laptop and I don't have wifi modem. I always use internet through ethernet cable.
One more thing whenever this problem occurs, I stop all the process related to WLAN in task manager and the problem of active-non active window and popup message disappears.
I have tried to uninstall and install the network adapter. also tried latest drivers from dell website.
I have an Inspiron 1521 and while I can find and connect to a network easily and quickly; it takes 5 minutes or so for it to really work. My icon says it's "identifying the network". Is there anything I can do to speed up this process?
For the past few weeks, I have been having trouble maintaining a steady wireless internet connection. I intermittently lose the connection or the strength of the connection fluctuates. I have an Inspiron 1521, with a Dell Wireless 1390 Wlan Mini-Card. Also, I am running Windows 7.
A couple of hours ago, I suddenly lost my wireless connection and could not reestablish it. I ran the diagnostic tool, which reported that there was a hardware or driver-related problem with my 1390 mini-card. Now, when I go into Device Manager, it has an exclamation point next to it and it says "This device cannot start (Code 10)".
I have restarted my system and downloaded and installed this driver URL . Device Manager now says, "Windows has determined the driver software for your device is up to date," but there is still a Code 10 error.
Does this just mean that the card needs to be replaced? I am not sure what to do now -
I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 that suddenly has an issue with Wireless Networking. When I try and troubleshoot it shows me that the Broadcom 802.11 Multiband Network Adapter has a Code 10 error and says the "device cannot start." I have tried uninstalling and updating the driver, but it just continues to tell me that it has the best driver every-time I try and update it.If I plug the laptop in to the router with a wired connection it works just fine, so it is obviously an issue with the wireless adapter.what I should do in order to get this to take a new driver so it works again?
I put Win7 on a customed pc bought online. The motherboard has an Atheros L1 integrated NIC and I installed a Dlink dge530t NIC into a PCI slot. I know I have to disable the onboard nic but the installed card is not comming up either in Device manager or network connections. What gives? In the bios under integrated peripherals i did enable PnP OS.
I don't know if this is the right place to ask but pretty sure you'll be able to answer my Q. I have to have my internet router/modem in the kitchen as its the only phone point in my flat currently working, but my partner has to run an ethernet cable down the hall from there to hook up his xbox 360. however, I want to be able to use ethernet for my laptop occasionally to get a better speed then over wireless as the wireless isn't perfect from the room i'm in and wondered what the best way to go about this was. I could also plug in my PS3 if there was a way to get all my devices connecting to the router without too many cables. I've heard of a switch.. what does this do? Or will a simple ethernet connector work for what I wanna do
I recently installed the above wireless card, but I can't get it to work. Under the Device Manager, it has this error:This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system.I've tried updating the driver, and disabling the little USB wireless device I was using before, but I still can't seem to get it working. [code]
I have just upgraded my pc with a new motherboard and am trying to get it online however when I try to install my D-link router I get "get adaptersinfo failed." I checked device manager and the network adapter says "this device cannot start. (code10) I have been trying really hard to find the driver updates I need but have only come across broken links and false downloads.In device manager It is called Realtek RTL8168/8111 Family PCI-E Ethernet Nic (NDIS 6.0)If i use hardware helper to see the driver that needs updating it is called Realtek GbE & FE Ethernet PCI-E NIC Drivers.
My computer cannot find my Rosewill N PCI Adapter RNX-N360PC. I have used multiple slots on the motherboard, tried two adapters, and have reinstalled the software. the problem with software installation is that it cannot be installed because the computer can't find a driver. When i troubleshoot my internet connection, or my lack thereof, the problem is that "there is no adapter." How can i fix this?
I have a XFX Nforce 750a SLI mobo and reinstalled winxp pro and now Im missing the network adapter in device manager. I have a wireless pci card installed and can find that under hidden devices in D manager but no onboard! I do have yellow ? for other devices and yellow ? for everything in there:[CODE]
I am having a HP Laptop with Windows Vista 64 bit OS. Since today I am having problem with my wireless network adapter card. It is remaining disabled and not getting enabled. I uninstalled the driver as well as disable the card but it is not working. The problem is Quick launch button on HP laptop for wireless card is showing as enabled but my network center shows it as disabled.
PC experienced a 2sec power outage today and now the Wireless Network Adapter is missing from device manager. I've tried rebooting several times but no success.All other devices I have in the house can all connect to the router with no problems.
i've connected a laptop with "Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC" to a onboard NIC of Asus M4A89TD Pro wich is "Realtek 8111E Gigabit LAN Controller", which both support 1gbps but they will auto-negotiate at 100mbps.
I am working on my Mom's computer so I will need to download any files to a flashdrive to transfer. Her Compaq CQ5110Y Vista 32/bit pk 1 has lost it's network. I also just discovered a Trojan Horse Dropper in the BSTQBackA file. Did I mention I know nothing about this tech stuff? Norton states some files cannot be healed?
I just purchased a wireless PCI Adapter and I cannot seem to get it to work. The box states it is an Excel IEEE 802.11g Wireless PCI Adapter. I have inserted it into the appropriate slot and when I start up Windows the device driver states that it has not installed correctly.The device driver is: Marvell Libertas 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Client Adapter. On my device manager list it has an error tag and when opened it comes up with the following message:This device cannot start (Code 10)I have tried to update the device, but I still get this error message and I have attempted to download new drivers off the internet but am unsure about what I am doing.
HP computer, was working last friday and today it isnt. Can not connect to the internet or outlook etc. Looked in BIOS says it is conected to LAN - tried enabling and disabling it and re-booting it. Still nothing. Had a tech guy that said to look in device manager, but network adapter was no where to be seen. What shall i try next to resolve this problem?