Cabling / Cards :: Unidentified Network - Cannot Access Internet With New Network Adapter
Oct 8, 2012
i can search for networks. As you can tell i am currently on the internet on my laptop. I can search for the current network i am on through my adapter. I then connect to it. It says im connected to a unidentified network. It will not let me search the internet or anything else.
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.
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 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 have a compaq preario running on windows 7 ultimate.It has been working well with the internet connection but recently it stopped connecting to the internet.It recognizes other computers in the network but the internet connection is not available.
I was looking at an XP system that has 4 user accounts. Two are limited accounts and two are admin accounts. The adapter is a DLINK DWA-125 USB adapter.When logged into one of the admin accounts, internet works fine. When logged into one of the limited accounts, internet works fine.If I switch to either of the other accounts, the adapter can't get an IP address. If I switch back to one of the accounts that works, I get an IP right away.
We moved to a different city and trying to access any available network but can't connect. Says no network found. I click diagnose and it says "This computer does not have a wireless network adapter installed and configured"
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 have an hp g62 laptop and it has an Atheros ar9285 wireless adapter and a realtek pci-e ff ethernet adapter. For some reason just recently neither will connect to my netgear cable wifi router. I have two smartphones,xbox and two other laptops that connect with no problem. Everything is configured correctly that i can tell and both drivers have been updated. still nothing, it trys to connect but keeps saying identifying then it says no internet access. also i have disabled firewall and entered the security paraphrase twice just to make sure.
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').
WOke up this morning and my desktop will connect to the router via LAN and WLAN, but states that there is no external internet connectivty.I know this isn't the case as my MAC will connect via WLAN and LAN (same ethernet cable) and I can access external sites. My router is therefore working correctly and my internet connection is fine.I presume this must be some kind of driver issue, but it states that my drivers are installed, up to date and working correctly
I'm planning to create a network of wifi access points all in different locations. Those locations all have different wifi routers and networks. I'm looking for a easy solution that let easily setup those networks to ask authentication credentials (in a browser page, once a user is inside the wifi and wants access the internet) by an external server possibly without overloading too much that server.
Today I bought a TP-Link 150 Mbps Wireless PCI Express Adapter so I can pick up the internet connection in my house from my home PC. (We use a laptop most of the time which is able to pick it up fine).I've installed the wireless adapter into the computer and installed the drivers however I receive an error message:
"The device may not be present or could have been ejected/unplugged from the system. Insert of Reinsert Now."
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.
Everytime i plug the cable into my PC it doesn't detect it and the helper says to insert an ethernet cable.When I go to network sharing centre and check my connections it says network adaptor unplugged.im using wireless at the moment.My pc is a packard bell ipower x9810. it was windows vista but i upgraded to windows 7, i checked the packard bell website and can't find any networking adaptors. I have also checked device manager and it says - Belkin N+ wireless USB adapter #4 NVIDIA nForce 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet. there is no yellow exclamation mark.
i am having a problem with my desktop right now, just recently i re-installed Windows7, a clean format... but then i suddenly noticed that i cant connect to the internet, no network adapters are detected on the Network Connections, its empty i looked at the Device Manager and saw a yellow warning on realtek rtl8139/810x family fast ethernet nic, i download the driver using my laptop (wireless connection)... and installed that driver on my desktop pc then checked the device manager once again, but it still has a yellow warning.i dont know what to do anymore, and at the last screenshot theres this error message: 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 have two lan cards, one at the motherboard(not in use) and the other PCI-E lan card (tp-link ) ...im just wondering if that Realtek i just installed is the lan driver for the motherboard?
basically was online with my desktop until around 4am central US time. Went into the other room and fell asleep. Woke up around 9am, sat back down, Unidentified network and No Internet access. That's where this god-awful day began. I've tried so many things (from tech forums) I may forget a few... I've tried disabling IPv6, disabling Bonjour, enabling/disabling the adapter card, all kinds of stuff in the command prompt... reset this, flush that, restart restart restart restart restart. I uninstalled the adapter driver, rebooted, installed the latest from a flash drive, didn't do anything. Really the only suggestion I haven't taken is recovering Win7 from factory specs and reinstalling about everything since one guy said that still didn't fix it and this is causing enough trouble already without more misery in the mix.
When i do that last thing you were telling him to do my laptop begins to identify ... after a minute or so it stops displaying an unidentified network with no internet acces. IPv4 connectivity : no internet access as well as the IPv6.
My wireless system has an added network connection: "Unidentified network" with no internet access, My regular home network connection shows internet access I cannot seem to get rid of that one "Unidentified network and I keep getting disconnected sometimes and have to go to the network and sharing center. That can take anywhere to 10 minutes before I am back on "network access". Right now the sharing center shows multiple networks with icons for both.
I bought a new Belkin router. I use to have a Netgear (modem+router). The Belkin router is connected to a Motorola modem.I connected my devices and 2 desktops to the router wirelessly and I have internet access. There's one that connects but there's no internet access. It will say identifying-no internet access and sometimes it will say unidentified network-no internet access.It will connect to the internet with the ethernet cable though.I know how to get my ip address .I have a windows 7..Here's the ipconfig:
Windows 7 64bit Ultimate Onboard network, PCIe GBE Family Controller (wired) Truecrypt AVG Internet Security 2013 Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro
Startet out with getting Trojan.Agent.cn in svchost.exe, according to Malwarebytes it got "removed".But the next time i startet the computer, it was there again. So i did some research on how to remove it.Used tdsskiller, Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit, roguekiller, and finaly combofix, before i got it removed.From this point, Malwarebyte Anti-Malware was unable to start, and has to be reinstalled.Next problem was the Network was stuck on identifying network, after doing some research on my new problem,
After checking out in services, DHCP client, DNS Client, TCP/IP netbios helper, plus some others wasnt running.They were sat to Automatic start, but was stopped for some reason. When chosing to start DHCP client i got this,
Error 1075: The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion
Same for DNS Client and others. After searching the net, i found several solutions, where i only got one to "work".Alot of them suggested to edit this in the registry, but the only thing i got working was to delete the entry, and have windows restore it by it self.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Services Dhcp DependOnService
This somewhat solved the Identifying network, that was stuck on, but only to get me to Unidentified network, still without internet. By looking into services again, DHCP Client is now marked as "Started", but several of the others are not, and i still get the error on the others.
I live on a school campus of sorts, with several wifi connections and routers (all of which I have access to, and can reset, etc). Normally I have no problems connecting to any and all wireless routers. Recently, my internet quit without warning. I've tried connecting via a hardline, and I've tried resetting pretty much every router and connection on campus, with no luck. Everyone else is still able to connect with no problems.When I connect to a campus wireless connection, it connects, but gives me the error "rseau non identifi, pas d'acc�s Internet" (translates to "unidentified wire/network, no internet access"If I run diagnostics on my network card, it finds the problem as an invalid IP configuration:
"Problmes trou - Connexion seau sans fil 3 n'a pas de configuration IP valide"
If I run ipconfig/all, I get the following:
Microsoft Windows [version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. C:UsersUtilisateur>ipconfig /all Configuration IP de Windows
I had an issue with my Win 7 networking on LAN but no problem on wifi. When I plug in the network cable, it takes very long time to detect, and when it does, it shows Unidentified Network - No Internet Access and stays as public network. I do not have the normal options to choose Home, Work or Public Network. This happen at my work place. But my colleagues which on Win 7 have no issue. I tried to uninstall the anti-virus, disable the window firewall, but still fails to detect. There are few LAN port at my work place but it produce the same issue, very, very slow to detect.
I have HP Dx7500 with windows 7 ultimate 32bit using intel 82567v-2 gigabite network connection the pc is connected to a router (D-Link 2760u) with a cable through 2 network points
I worked with this configuration for a month with no problems until one day after automatic restart coused by windows update i couldnt connect to the internet
As for now the pc is unable to identify my home network (when you look at the network adapter you can see "Unidentified network - No internet access") Ipconfig brings back APIPA 169.254... All the laptops in the house are connecting to the network with no problems when connecting with wireless adapter everything works fine
I tried the folowing : - update the network adapter driver - reseting the TCPIP protocol (netsh) - static ip
Two days since i had a power shutdown in my building so i had to disconnect both the modem and the routerfter i reconnected them my wireless network is shown and i can connect through my hp laptop but it keeps showing the Message "unidentified network not internet access". Other laptops and my ipod have no problem at all. I've tried following some tutorials that told me to disable and enable the network, i've checked that my ip is obtained automatically.
I am running windows 7 which has recently been updated from Vista. other computers on the wifi network are running vista. I have a net gear CG3000 IStaus router/cable modem attached to one of the other computers on the network. My network adapter is TP-Link.My firewall is commodore and my virus software is avast (both free versions). My SP is Optus. When I first installed windows 7 everything was working fine . In the last few weeks when I login to my computer, I can attach to the other computers but I have no internet connection. When I go into manage wireless networks it says I am connected to an unidentified network which has no Internet connection. I have tried deleting this network from " manage wireless networks", moving it down in this list, making it a manual connection. I have uninstalled the network adapter and reinstalled it and other ideas picked up from the web. Nothing seems to work. Sometimes I will get a quick window where it will work but then it disconnects again and the unidentified network is back. Not today though so am typing this on my IPad. I can't download or install XIRUS WIFI for obvious reasons.