Cabling / Cards :: Ar9285 - Wireless And Wired Adapter Will Not Connect To Network?
Oct 26, 2011
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.
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 been trying for two weeks now to connect to the internet but can't. This suddenly happened on a Monday after I got home from work. Up until that point, I have had no problems. At first I thought it was my cable, but when I plug the cable into my brother's PC, it works. Then thinking it could be my network card, he picked up a wireless card for me, but still no go. I've searched these forums and many forums over the internet and tried many things but I still have no luck. I've scanned for viruses and malware but nothing has turned up.
I have Norton anti virus but installed Adaware per recommendation to double check. I also used Malware Bytes. On Xirrus, I clicked the ping test and everything showed as pass but still, low connectivity. I get that even when I plug in the cable. When I look at my connection status under activity, the bytes sent and received are in the low thousands.I have only a very basic understanding of networks. [code]....
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"
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."
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 have an ASUS x54c running 64 bit windows7, I took my computer in to be repaired (it wouldn't charge properly) and when I got it back it wouldn't connect to the internet. It just says not connected with a big red X on it. The networ adapter is Atheros AR9285, I've tried running the built in diagnostics but with no results.
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'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 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.
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 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.
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 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.
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.
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').
So my roommates friend stayed with us last weekend and he wasn't able to connect to the internet so he updated our Netgear router. Ever since that update my Toshiba laptop has not been able to connect our wireless network. My other two roommates, though, have no trouble connecting. (they're both on MACs) He suggested that I update my drivers, but everything is already updated. When I plug in the Ethernet cable I can connect to the internet fine, having to come into his room late at night to watch porn.
I'm running on a Atheros AR5005G Wireless Network Adapter.
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.
My sister has just purchased a custom built desktop computer that will not connect to the household network. We have various other computers and devices that connect to the router (Thompson Gateway TG782T) without any problems. Just to be sure I've tried reseting the router to factory settings to no avail.
I've tried connecting her computer to the network through the TP-Link Wireless Adpater (TL-WN881ND) that came with her computer AND through a Netgear Wireless USB Adapter (WG111v2). In both situations the network is detected, the network password is requested (and accepted) but the result is always that she has 'limited connectivity', cannot access the internet and cannot detect any shared network drives.
I've tried connecting with an Ethernet cable as well, which her computer does not detect at all ('network cable unplugged').When I try to troubleshoot any of these problems I get a message that says 'The Diagnostics Policy Service is not running'.The guys at the shop where my sister had it built are asking her to bring the computer in with the router becuse they are convinced that the machine is fine, and that the router is at fault. Some Specs for her computer
------------------- Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1
I have 300Mbps PCI wireless LAN network card which I installed in my PC and until today I was connected to my Sky router wirelessly. I also have a wireless Brother all in one connected to the same PCI card.
The engineer who installed my Sky fibre broadband told me in order to achieve maximum speeds I should connect via an ethernet cable to my Sky router as wireless could be a lot slower so I bought one and connected up and disabled the wirelss card. All good so far until I noticed my Brother all in one was complaining about no network ID.
My problem is that I can't seem to run my printer wirelessly as well as run my broadband wired. If I enable the wireless adapter the printer works but my broadband is wireless as well and the wired connection is disabled.
I've been using an 802.11 b/g USB wireless network adapter card with my computer to use in conjunction with an AT&T 2Wire router,which is about 20 or 30 feet away off in another room.After about 10 minutes on average, the adapter will stop transferring data suddenly, and it will stay that way for a while. If I do nothing, then sometimes it will start up again after several more minutes, but instead of waiting, I usually will select "Repair" from the Wireless Network Connection pop-up menu, which also works to get it started again. The problem though, naturally, is that after another little while, like about 10 minutes again, it will short out all over again. Sometimes, very rarely, it will stay working for up to maybe an hour, and sometimes, it can short out yet again within a few seconds.
So I can't seem to get anything to work lately... Sad that I can't even get a wireless adapter running now...
So this is a new Wireless-G Notebook Adapter(WPGC54G v1.2) I just got in the mail today. I went to the linksys/cisco website and they only have version 1, 2, 3, etc. Mine says 1.2 so I tried version 1. After installing and following all steps it said the software that connects was inactive.
After searching the internet a bit I found a thread stating v1.2 is version 2. So, I downloaded version 2 and ran that. Now the software isn't inactive but it doesn't "connect" in the linksys software, show any wireless devices, or do anything. I went into device manager and found the wireless card, updated drivers manually, and selected the folder I downloaded from linksys website to search for update drivers. It all ran fine and said drivers were installed. Still won't work. LINK light is not on card, POWER is.
Using a Toshiba Tecra 9000. So my last attempt... I uninstalled everything and stuck the card in and let windows recognize it. Selected manual install, went to the folder I downloaded for ver. 2 to search for drivers. Said everything installed and did drivers successfully but windows says "wireless network unavailable."
I recently purchased a Belkin F5D8053 N Wireless USB Adapter after my 6 year old adapter was unable to see my home network in the network list.
I installed the software but the adapter wouldn't connect to my home network so I reinstalled and updated the driver, still wouldn't work. Finally about 2 hours later it just randomly connected. Now it has been frequently (1-2 times a day) losing connection to my home network for around 3 hours, it can see a dozen networks in the list with full signal strength but won't connect to any at all then connects to my home network again several hours later.
I have switched between the Windows connector and the Belkin one and tried all 6 USB slots with no luck. I contacted Belkin support and they told me to try the device on another computer and see if the problem still happens but I don't have another computer to test it with.
I suspect this is a problem with my Windows installation rather than the hardware or router as my old card would freeze once every couple of days and was only fixed by powering off my computer as Windows was unable to kill the process to restart it.
I just brought this belkin wireless usb adapter N150 and it is giving me slow download speed. I checked on Speedtest.net - The Global Broadband Speed Test and it gives me 0.20 mbps it is not going to the max my max is 3.00 mbps it is not the wireless usb adapter because i checked on another computer and it went to the max 3.00 mbps and i putted it in the same location as my computer so than i realised that it was my computer that is giving slow download speed and it can't find much connections.
I have a TP link TL-WN722N wireless adapter and it refuses to work on my win7 machine. I've tried installying the cd driver, all the relevant drivers on the TP link website, and the generic atheros driver. I've also tried manually installing all those drivers using device manager to no avail, and it says "a device attached to your system is not functioning"
But I know the physical adaptor is working because I was able to successfully install it onto another computer (it was a windows 8 preview version).
i have an Asus u56e that I recently bought a couple of moths ago. It has been a great computer until today when my wireless randomly disappeared for no reason. The wireless adapter has been disabled for no reason, and when I try to re-enable it, I can't seem to find it.
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?