My computer will not connect to the internet wirelessly. When I start the computer it says the wireless driver is installed improperly. I can't figure out how to uninstall the wireless driver. I'm told if I do that and restart the computer it will re install correctly?
In my pc, one hardware engineer installed team viewer & later on he installed deep freeze software.Since I am not able to uninstall deep freeze bcoz he is not in contact with me now & I am afraid daily bcoz daily I gets message that some one is transferring my files & data.Since I am not sure with all the settings that he has done in my pc.I tried my self best to get solution but I am not getting any solution yet.Can I stop the person to access my files ?Can I uninstall Deep Freeze & Team Viewer from my PC since I dont know password of Deep Freeze ?
I have a home network, hard wired 2 PC's & printer to a Linksys wireless 6 router. I use the wireless capability for WiFI to my two TV's. My son was able to get on the internet without using a password. When I map a network drive I must use ID and Password. I have a firewall. Is my home network vulnerable? My son see "Linksys" as a open wi-fi resource with his MAC, but since he is unable access my network printer
So I was having trouble loading a game on my computer and I was scrolling through forums looking for an answer and one answer that supposively worked for a lot of people was to unisntall and reinstall my network card.IT told me to go to devices -> right click network adapter -> uninstall -> then scan for hardwarer changes to reinstall When I clicked uninstall an error message popped up and said "Unable to uninstall device because device is required on startup" and then it apparently just uninstalled it anyway and it showed back up after I clicked "scan for hardware changes".Now ever since, everytime I try and connect to the internet my computer says "Limited or no connectivity" and I'm unable to access the internet on that computer, the computer I am on now can connect just fine, so it must have something to do with the network card that i supposively unisntalled.
I previously had DSL with my own combo modem/wireless router. I cancelled DSL and got Cable broadband instead. I've already unplugged my DSL modem/router and have my cable modem hooked up, all is running well. I bought a new Netgear N600 wireless router that I want to set up. Do I have to uninstall any software or files from my previous DSL modem/router before installing my new cable router?
I had an antenna break on a WMP54g v 4.1 and I was able to replace it with a WMP54g v 4 but I'm not having a lot of luck getting the driver to install. This is on Win7 32 bit Home Premium. I assume this is due to the fact that I was using a newer and switched to an older piece of hardware and there is some driver issues. How to uninstall the old driver completely so I can start fresh I have tried everything I know to do and can't seem to get anywhere.
I have been having problems with my internet connections so I was trying to uninstall my router to re-install my router. Unfortunately, I put my set up disc in and clicked on the start button and get a message that the driver is already installed and I must uninstall the driver - I can't find the driver to uninstall as the program is out of my uninstall menu.
I installed QuickVPN v184.108.40.206 as it was in the download section on Linksys: [URL]
for the RV082 router we have. It connected but the program seemed buggy as there seemed to be no way to close the program after I used it so I wanted to uninstall it and install a more recent version of QuickVPN (side question: is it possible to VPN connect to my RV082 router with a different version of QuickVPN?).
I have Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1 with all the latest updates. When I try to uninstall the program, at about the 25% mark of the window for 'QuickVPN Client Setup is preparing the InstallShield Wizard, which will guide you through the rest of the setup process. Please wait.' it seems to stop responding as holding the mouse over that windows just displayes a ring which goes round and round. I regret installing this buggy software on my PC.
I can connect to the internet through the browser (firefox, ie). i can also perform updates or connect through utorrent. Still, there are many programs that cannot connect and i don't think they need any kind of port forwarding. For example, avast cannot update, BS player and media player classic cannot connect to the subtitles database etc. I tried uninstalling any security related software:comodo firewall, avast antivirus,adaware,spybot and the problem persists. obviously, there is something blocking their access.
I'm on windows 7, got a modem hooked directly into the computer. I have internet access, but some programs, like Eve online (an internet based game) and Steam (a game download platform) cannot connect. They aren't being blocked by the firewall because i took the firewall down and they still could not connect.
I've changed nothing between the time these programs connected perfectly fine to the time they stopped working which was about 9 hours or so, got home from college and everything was messed... The list of prgrams that won't connect properly are: Skype, World of warcraft, Steam The ones that do work are: firefox, Curse, Teamspeak, MSN
I've run malware bytes and spybot S&D twice and 1 time for each in safe mode, they found 2 files which were not even much fo a threat, after removing them this problem still happens
My step dad can run steam and skype fine on his machine which is on the same connection as me and we both use Ethernet cables in the same router I've disabled my firewall to see if that makes a change, and nothing did
For the past week I have an issue with all but one program connecting to the internet. For some reason only internet explorer can connect but Firefox, Google chrome, outlook, and even my antivirus cannot connect to the internet. I have tried changing/ disabling my fire wall, changing the proxy settings
Can't connect to sites such as this GamersFirst Forums -> International APB Reloaded Forums, unless I use a proxy site.Nor does connecting to the game works, either. But it works for my friends, apparently.I checked the router settings, no go. Turn the firewall and Norton on and off, and still the same. I even tried accessing on my sister's computer which is also connected to the same router, and it connects. Only my computer doesn't connect to some certain sites.
None of the programs on my laptop that require an internet connection are able to connect . The only browser that works is Internet Explorer 64-bit. I have tried using my parents' and school's wireless but the problem still exists which suggests that the problem is within my laptop. I checked my firewalls, proxy settings and I tried unplugging myy router and modem. I would like to get this fixed because I am tired of dealing with IE and there are a bunch of games I've got to get to. My OS is Windows 7.
Looking it up and doing all sorts of things to attempt to resolve it but so far I've had no luck. Programs such as World of Warcraft Downloader, iTunes, Spybot S&D Updater are unable to connect to the internet, saying there is no connection or that they are unable to initialize streaming. Other programs such as Mozilla, Z/CMUD, Malaware Bytes Updater all can connect without any sort of problem. I've got Microsoft Security Suite on my computer as well as a number of other antimalware programs, running them pretty religiously
We have a machine that I want to use as a file server. Somehow a previous user managed to share the Program Files folder on c: and there doesn't appear to be any way to un-share it.Bringing up the Sharing tab, everything is greyed out and there's a message at the bottom stating "Äll the options on this tab are disabled because this folder is used by the operating system." (Which makes me wonder how it got shared in the first place...?)(including trying to turn off the share via "Manage Computer") but had no luck. Is this a Registry job?
For over a month I am trying to find a way that makes me able to use two internet connections at the same time, and assign certain programs to one connection. This is because me and my brother do game on the ADSL cause of the low latency of it, when one of us do surf the whole connection lags. I do have 2 internet connections at home, one is ADSL(1.5MB Connection) and one is WiMAX(10MB Connection). Both of these routers/modems are connected to the same network. I want to use the ADSL for gaming(light usage) and the WiMAX one for browsing and downloading(heavy usage).
I came up with three ways:
1) ForceBindIP - (1) (2) - Didn't work for me with Windows 7 64bit on Firefox 12.0
2) Using VMWare - Which I do not want to.
3) Using Astaro Security Gateway Home Edition - Which is a bit complicated and I have to run a dedicated PC for it with special setup in order to make it work (Live Demo)
ADSL: IP Address: 192.168.1.1 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
I recently tried to play this game called fiesta which screwed up my system. It couldn't connect to the internet so I uninstalled it, Now a lot of my previous programs are not able to connect to the internet anymore. [code] I am running AVG free as my anti virus and Ad-Aware.I have disabled both but nothing changed.I have turned off my firewall and checked all of the allow a program through windows firewall.
I am running windows xp service pack 3. Some programs, like McAfee, cannot connect to the internet; yet, my computer is connected to my modem with an ethernet cable and i know that it is somewhat connected because all my browsers, save Safari, can connect to and browse the internet.
I can not install any programs because of poor connectivity. Every time I attempt to install a program; steam, chrome, yahoo messenger, I get a message that says I'm not connected to the internet. How can I fix this iisue?
The issue is a odd one, I will be playing a game League of Legends, Star Craft 2, Diablo 3, or Tera and I am in Team speak then about 5 minutes to an hour I get "Connection has been lost". I am either booted from the game or Team speak, never both. It's completely random when this happens and at times it takes a while (10mins at the longest) for me to log back into what ever program I have been disconnected from other times the reconnection is instant. I have gone through forums, talked to support for the games, had my ISP come out and test my lines and replace my modem and network card, Ping tested, Speed tested and the results were stellar, but I still have the problem and so I feel that the problem is on my end. I have a self built machine, My OS is Windows Vista 64-bit, Mobo-EVGA 132-CK-NF79 2, Processor-2.85 gigahertz Intel Core2 Quad.
I currently reformatted my Alienware laptop with the window7 64bit which was provided with my laptop at purchase. Now after I finish formatting the laptop I was missing a lot of programs like the dell ones and the Alienware software which change the colour of my desktop and so on... Is there a way of getting these programs back ?
I have a windows vista service pack 1 machine.I can browse the internet, download files, play songs, movies etc.But any program that attempts to auto update, or lets say I click a check for updates button on an antivirus program it tells me there is no internet connection.I can be online downloading a file and I might click spybots check for updates link and it tells me there is no internet connection.But it isn't just spybot, its everything. Everything that has some kind of built in check for updates fails.
adobe programs. windows updates. spybot superantispyware hitman pro
You name it, it doesn't see an internet connection. I can get online, download a program from the internet, install it and tell it to check for and update only to tell me there is no internet connection.I checked internet explorers connection settings to see if a virus or something had created a proxy server, nothing there.I ran ipconfig /all and checked there, nothing unusual.my windows firewall is turned off, and as far as I know I don't have any other firewalls installed.There must be something in common that all these programs must use in order to get online that is somehow messed up. Could my winsock be corrupted in such a way as to allow manual downloading but not automatic?
That is: that I have a slow general storage drive that is becoming full. A fast HDD for recording onto with fraps and for programs that I won't use with fraps. I then have an SSD as my main drive which gets VERY full VERY quickly. I then have another computer that has a pretty quick 1TB RAID 0 running and a gigabit network, the network being the bottleneck but still pretty damn quick (120MB/s which is plenty fast enough).
Now, what I intend to do is have my storage drive stay as is; my fraps drive to continue it's job, and then for my old computer to store my big programs to run off, things like games. Is it possible to do this as when I've tried it says I don't have permission even though I gave access to the whole HDD from the network. (I'm installing on this computer but changing to the mapped network drive for the install directory).