Dell :: XPS L702 Wireless Icon In Task Bar Does Not Change
Feb 2, 2013
I am able to connect to the internet wireless. The wireless icon does not change. The blue dot rotates and moves about but instead of showing a connection, just the signal bars showing, it shows a land line connection with a red X over it. This happened after one of those many Windows updates.
I know I could try a reset to an earlier boot however, I made too many changes, installs and such that I don't want to loose any of it. There has to be a workaround for this lousy problem. I though of perhaps deleting my wireless connection and reinstalling it from the modem on up to the router. I just don't want to keep digging a hole! Ya know what, I really miss my apple computer which I finally gave up on because the price was overwhelming.
I just installed a broadcom m960g bluetooth card from an older dell into my xps 1645 (win 7 x64). I found a driver on dell's website for a v370 bluetooth device for win vista x86, and although my bluetooth card was discovered and worked on my computer, after a restart it no longer supports connections to headsets and mice, although I am still given the option to transfer files. After a restart, the Bluetooth icon no longer appears in the taskbar, and I am not given the option to search for and connect to bluetooth devices when searching my computer for those options. I tried re-installing the driver, with no luck.
I have a EA4500 that I get error 2315 when I try to Delete,change name,or icon. I did a 30/30/30 and everything worked great,24 hours later I was back to error 2315. I tried re-flashing the firmware, but that didn't work. I get the same problems when I try using the Smart Wifi app. There are also times when I can not access the router using Smart Wifi unless I reboot the router when I get home.
I have a dell inspiron 2200 (old, I know!) It had wireless when I was given it, but the computor programme was updated to Ubuntu, then back to windows, and now the icon has dissapeared. I don't have the manual, and I have no clue about how to get it back...b
I press FN/F2 to "enable and disable wireless" but cannot see the antenna icon appear on the screen to know if the functionalty even exists. Other function keys work properly. I vaguely remember seeing this icon when I first purchased the laptop, but soon after purchase I had to completely reinstall the operating system and have not had a need to a wireless connection to notice it was no longer there.Because I cannot access wireless connections I assume there is a problem with enabling this feature of my laptop.
what I should be doing to check/correct that my laptop can receive a wifi connection? I've checked the recommended driver installs for my model of laptop, but nothing seems relevant.
I own a Dell Latitude D600 that I purchased off of Ebay a few months ago. For the past month I have been having an issue with my wireless card. My problem started when I turned on my computer and booted up and when my desktop loaded, no wireless icon or signal strength showed on the bottom right hand corner where are the other icons are. I went to Device Manager and in the Network adapter section was an exclamation point next to the Dell Wireless 1450 Dual Band WLan mini pci card which showed that there is a code 10 error. I have tried uninstalling it but then I would always get the BSOD with the BCMWL5.sys error. I have tried updating the driver as well but it would tell me that it already is up to date. I have also tried reinstalling my OS but my code 10 error always returns. When I opened up my laptop to see if the card is the cables are loose (which they weren't), I noticed that my wireless card is the Broadcom 4309.
I would also like to ask exactly what order am I suppose to have all of my drivers installed? I am almost positive that I am not installing them correctly. I have seen websites that say to install the Intel Chipset and O2 Smart Card first and then the NSS and so on.
I have just installed a Bluetooth module (P/N UG748, Rev A01) in my XPS M1730 ... Windows 7 detects and installs the drivers just fine. After that, the Bluetooth LED starts to flash, so I assume Windows knows what the device is.What I notice is... No Bluetooth icon appears in My Computer, no Bluetooth device shows up in Device Manager,my laptop slows down quite a lot and the worst problem of all is.. the module STOPS my laptop from connecting to my router. It just completely blocks access to my router via wireless.The laptop can still SEE the router, but as soon as it tries to connect, if fails. why doesn't the Bluetooth adapter work in the laptop? Why won't Windows pick it up and display the relevant info in Device Manager?
I did a re-install of my operating system the other day and im sure i messed up something because i deleted the whole parameter first or whatever its called then reinstalled with the CD that came with my laptop. this is an older model 5160 Inspiron Pentium 4.Everything seems to be working fine except that there is no wireless connection icon or anything of the kind now. I have looked and looked and the only icons to connect with are the local area connection - no wifi connect.
Whenever I plug in an ethernet cord into the integrated ethernet port in my laptop, I do not get a connection and the "Local Area Connection" icon doesn't show up in the Network and Sharing Center or the Device Manager. When I do plug it in, the "Local Area Connection" icon shows up for a second saying it's unplugged and disappears. I have tried different ethernet cables as well as an ethernet adapter (which does show up in the Network and Sharing Center, but I still don't get a connection).
My laptop is a Dell Inspiron N2010, I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit, and my ethernet port "RealTek PCIe GBE Family Controller".
I have Windows 7 Home Premium on a Dell Inspiron N5010.
I have had this problem for several weeks, and have searched all over to find a solution (tried them all, but none have fixed it). I have a good wireless internet connection, and sometimes I use ethernet. Despite having such connections, my wireless internet icon doesn't change, as it seems to keep getting stuck on the icon which shows a red x over the ethernet image.
It will show the blue loading ring with the bars as it searches for a wireless connection for a little bit, but then it goes to the same, incorrect icon, even though when I put the cursor over the icon it says "Internet Access".
So far, I've tried deleting the Icon Cache and rebooting, as it was suggested that it could be potentially corrupted, but the internet icon stays the same. I have also tried searching for a driver that could be potentially related to the issue and uninstalling it, but it didn't work. The red x went away for a moment, being replaced by a loading blue ring, but then the red x returned (same icon image).
Is there a specific driver for the icon itself? I know I had to uninstall a driver then reboot to get my battery icon back after it mysteriously disappeared. I also have tried deactivating/reactivating my wireless connection by hitting the button, but it doesn't change.
A few days ago when I updated my dell inspiron 1545, the wifi icon in the utility tray is always showing an x (this means he doesnt find any connections). But when I click on it it says i am connected with my internet and shows different kind of wifi nearby.
I have followed instructions and installed R140135.., also R159805
I have not received any error messages. Fn+F2 did not work, so I tried to activate BTTray within both of the driver programs. Nothing has happened. My Bluetooth devices (via Control panel) is empty. Bluetooth settings displays nothing.
I am trying to transfer photos from my Nokia phone. The phone cannot find the laptop.If I slide the button next to the CD drawer I get visibility of Wireless, or accidently turn it off (!).Under Dell drivers I can see WIDCOMM, R14035 & R159805.If I type BTTray.exe, it takes me there but double clicking it does nothing. Ditto if I run R159805twon.
I had to default my wireless router " Netgear WGR14V6" and since then I haven't been able to connect with my wireless card. I can physically connect to it with a cable but I can't access it with the wireless card. When I look at the properties it says that it is working fine but I can't seem to find where to change the "SSID and the security phrase". Usually when it is up and running it has a status button and when you click on it there is a tab that you click on and it shows you the SSID and the rest, but now since it is not connected there isn't anything that I can find to change this.
Everyday 04:00 AM, I set repeatly configuration sync. But, Since 04/16/11 04:00:00, Background tsak is not working. So, I was wcs stop -> start (04/18/11 08:30) this situation is randomly occurrenced. I found similar symptom, bug CSCtf23192. This bug fixed 6.0.202. But, I used 7.0.164. I want to know that this bug occurence 7.x and fix in 7.0.172.
04/16/11 03:55:37.774 INFO [monitor] [PollSerializationLock-1] SiAqStatspostNetwork Ending updateServiceDomainNodes for Area 184.108.40.206-12603442904884/GSIDC_12F, elapsed = 0 04/16/11 03:55:37.837 INFO [monitor] [PollSerializationLock-1] SiAqStatspostNetwork Ending updateServiceDomainNodes for Area 220.127.116.11-12603443248315/GSIDC_13F, elapsed = 0 04/16/11 03:55:37.837 INFO [monitor] (code)
create a scheduled task in LMS. In this task I would like to regularly check time on all network devices in LMS and generate a rapport about this that would be sent to e-mail. All network devices have the same NTP server. How can I create this task? LMS version is 3.2 SP1.
I was wondering what this command that appears in default configuration of cisco routers: scheduler max-task-time 5000.I did some research in forums but did not find anything apart from the "scheduler" command with other options.
I connect to the internet through a Thomson TG585 v8 modem. When I log in to the modem's IP (192.168.1.254?) through a browser, I only get one task available, that is "Check connectivity for this internet service". As far as I know, I should have some management options, like for example to block websites, to limit internet service for certain devices etc... Does anybody knows why I don't have these options? Could it be a restriction from the Internet Service Provider?
I'm new and just entered in the world of studying my certification for Cisco, since I'm curious I see that there are switches that can perform task depending on the layer? I see some with specifics for Layer 2, some other for layer 3 and even some others with router capabilities!I know this is a rookie question but how do I know what the best switch for a network? or how can I identify them?
I've been tasked with designing a network consisting of 3 separate broadcast domains with each one representing a separate business accross 3 separate floors. None of the companies should be able to communicate with each other.I've been told that the design should only represent the first 3 layers of the OSI model so I'm only looking at Cabling, Switching and Routing.
I don't expect you all to tell me exactly how I should do this, however I just need a starting point. My main issue is with routing. I'm aware that each port on a router represents a broadcast domain so if I use one router, 3 broadcast domains, does that means that none of the domains will be able to communicate with each other? Should I use more than one router or can i get away with one? Also just so you are aware I've been told not to use VLans and each broadcast domain must have its own ip address schema.
I have a Dell Inspiron and it had a virus that didnt let me get into anythihng I took care of the virus, but now when I go to internet explorer it says I cant connect (I am connected to the wifi) so it tell tells me something about tools-internet options-connections-LAN settings, but I have no idea how to fix the proxy settings?
I am just doing all the Prep work and I find In Ctrl> Network Connection> I have no Icon or Connection only [Local area connection Broadcom 440x 10/100] that's itI did have a [LAN connection via 540T D-Link] Icon there also" but since I started this exercise it has vanished? the Network connection was never there.It is my intention to use this PC as a the base and replace the current D-Link modem with a D-Link DI-624 E1 Air-plus Extreme G wireless Router' and use Wireless to run my wife's iPad 2, iPod touch 3 and my Topfield 2400 Masterpiece PVR from it.Computer DELL Inspiron 2003 Local Disk C: // Pentium 4CPU // 2.4GHz and 512 meg ram File System / NTFS / Capacity / 149.0 GB / 160.031,015,425 bytes Intel Pentium 4 CPU,// 2.4GB // 2.80 Gig + 512 Meg Ram ++ WD 1 Terabyte Exterior HDD partitioned as E,F,G,H all Formatted as NTFS LCD 20" Screen and MS Wireless Keyboard and Mouse.
Intel Graphics Controller 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV and Running Firefox, Gmail, Windows XP P3? Home Edition // MS Office 2007 // I am connected to Internode B/Band ADSL- 512- 246 5 GiInternode ISP Address is: Internode ISP Current Hostname Ppp118-208-122-129. lns4.bne4.internode.on.net Your Current IP Address 18.104.22.168oIP via Uniden Dig 5.8GHz Cordless Phone (2) Handsets and Base (connected into the Linksys 3102 and ADSL Internode next to the Desktop) and to MyNetFone VoIP Via the Linksys 3102 Gateway ATA VoIP Router, linked to a Nov-2009 - D-Link 502 T Modem Windows Firewall is off! Antivirus== AVARST Pro! Malewarebytes and CCleaner scan Weekly
I had win7 32bit with working wireless internet.Deleted it and installed Win XP and now there is no wireless internet.Downloaded all kinds of drivers from realtek but nothing works for RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC.