It's a 64 bit machine, with windows 7. He fills out surveys and gets money from them, and I don't like to work on his machine because of this. But... He called, so I came over and Anyhow... I'm worried that the Ethernet has gone bad on the motherboard, but they bought a USB stick for wireless internet, and that didn't work either.I realize I have basically no worth while informationHis router works fine, if you plug in another computer it can connect to the internet, but his computer can't. Something is turned off as far as I can tell. And I can't figure out how to turn it on.
I built my desktop, installed the ethernet drivers, and a week goes by no problemsAll of a sudden the internet stopped working so i reinstalled my ethernet driver and no internet still. So to make sure it wasn't the ethernet cord i plugged it into my xbox and xbox live came up
I am cascading a wrt160n (R1) and a wrt160nl (R2) which are hooked up LAN port to LAN port (via a DLink power line adapter). R1 is hooked up via dhcp to the internet. The whole system works wonderfully for several hours until all of a sudden wireless access to R2 ceases to work (though I still can access everything wired). [code]
So, my desktop, running windows 7, can no longer connect to the internet. It has no problem connecting to the router, but it will not receive packets. I double checked my connection using my laptop and it works with wireless and wired connections, so I know it's something with my desktop. I would really like to avoid doing a reinstall, I don't have anywhere to back my data up to.
I have been having problem with my internet lately. I live in UK and there is this game that I used to play that has a region IP block so I have to use Hotspot shield to play,but now my internet doesn't connect to Hotmail or this forum unless hotspot shield is turned on. How can I fix that? I tried config/flushdns but no luck. I am using window xp.
The electric went off in my house about an hour ago, causing my computer to turn off as a result. Ever since, the internet on my PC has been acting up.
My internet was working perfectly before the power cut both on my laptop (my mum was using it at the time) and PC, however, while I've got no problems with the internet on the laptop, my PC keeps losing the connection to a ridiculous degree. It'll drop the connection for over a minute at a time, come back on literally long enough for me to refresh/load 1 webpage (~5 seconds), then go back off again for another minute or two.
All the lights on the router are on and I've even cross-referenced (lacking a better term...) the internet connection between my lap top and desk top and my laptop will work fine when my PC is telling me there's no connection and nothing will load on it. It seems to me that something has happened to my desktop when the power went out but I have no idea where to begin to even try to find out what's wrong.
I've tried turning off the router by both the wall and the little button on the back of it, and I've restarted my PC twice as well and still the internet doesn't work properly. My laptop picked up the connection as soon as the router came back on with no problem but my desktop struggled to find the connection and only picked it up after turning the router off twice aand restarting the computer twice as well and as I said, when it finally did find the connection it just keeps dropping it.
I've been having this DNS problem for 6 days or so. The internet doesn't work with cable nor Wi-Fi and I've tried almost everything, ping, configuring the DNS, IP, disabling everything, enabling everything, nslookup doesn't work, releasing and renewing doesn't work too, and to make things worst.(In the main computer, everything works just fine and the router settings appear to be correct too, my computer also works perfectly fine in other places with WLAN).
Internet doesn't work on my laptop. after getting some worms that prevented me to open any programs, i did a recover from previous back up. but since then my internet doesn't work (with or without cable). wirelessly: my laptop says im connected to the router, but it says that i have no connection to internet. sometimes it says that i m connected to internet but even so when i try to open my browsers (ieplorer or firefox), it just says "unable to connect"With wire: when i trie to connect via a cable directly to the modem, it does the same thing, it says iam connected to the modem but i have limited access, and the browsers say that it can't open internet.i am using windows 7, have a dell computer and a belkin N1 wireless router, and using cable.i tried to restore the winsock using the netsh command, i used winsockxpfix, i used lspfix, i deleted my norton virus program, i reset my router to default, i deleted my cache-cookie-history from the browser, i think my driver are up to date, i check my manager device (they all work), nothing worked.
I start my pc i get 2 local area connections instead of 1 and because of this my internet does not work unless i disable and enable again the network .After enabling only 1 network shows and i can connect to internet.It may be because i replaced my motherboard even tho i uninstalled the drivers?
I just got my DIR 825. It had 2.02NA Firmware in it. It had a few options that I wanted to use but didn't work. So I thought I would update firmware. I follow the instruction from dlink to install firmware. So I loaded 2.03 and noticed internet connection not working. So then I loaded 2.05 part1 and part2. Still could get internet connection to work but the reason to upgrade the option I wanted worked. So then I loaded 2.06 and still same result. No internet connection. So then I loaded the original firmware back in and internet connection works. Why doesn't the internet work on the other firmware updates. I got the updates from dlink website. I would like to update firmware
I have a ASA 5510. I setup basic configuration to test internet with 2 ISPs. My first line works with out any problem. But my second line doesn't work. Even when i wipe the configuration, and setup only my second isp. Internet doesn't work. Can you tell me if there is anything wrong with this config?
CaaaA01# sh run : Saved : ASA Version 8.3(1) ! hostname CaaaA01 domain-name example.com
I'm having a problem with Wake on Lan. (I'll bet you never guessed from the title, eh?). I have an E4200 and I can not get WoL to work over the internet.(I'm assuming it's not actually going out to the internet when I wirelessly wake it using shawn.dynamicservice.com and the subnet, but rather the DDNS name is being resolved through the ARP cache, but I don't know. I'm still learning) Consequently, if the sentence above in parenthesis is correct, I am unable to perform WoL from outside my LAN. What am I missing?
I have a Dell Studio 1737 running Windows 7 64 bit. I turned it on today and it automatically connected to my home network as usual and when I hover over the network icon it says there is Internet Access but when I open Firefox it can not connect to any websites. When I run the automatic troubleshooter, it does not detect any problems with the connectivity.
I ran ipconfig /all and this is what came up:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.C:UsersDanny>ipconfig /allWindows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Danny-PC Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : NoWireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection 2: Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport Adapter Physical (code)
I am coming with a new question this time, I have a problem with my windows xp, I have installed the drivers, and everything works just fine, But, I have problems with my internet, It will disconnect SUDDENLY from internet, (whatever I am doing, music,drawing in pc and stuff) In my network list I can still see My modem, But When I will try to connect to it It will say "unable to connect to Pas-Home"
All of a sudden one laptop can't access internet. I've tried everything I could find on Google. Can't access wirelessly (although computer IS connected to the router, no problem) OR even when I directly connect via ethernet. Other computers in household are having no problems whatsoever. Laptop in question (Dell Inspiron 11z, Windows 7) was working FINE until yesterday morning. Nothing I did (deliberately) to the computer (i.e. no downloads, new programs, etc.). Just stopped working. I'll see if I can list some of the stuff I've tried (in addition to the obvious rebooting, restore points, etc.): DNS flush winsock reset ipv4 reset ipv6 reset release and renew DNS.
While playing the online game League of legends i suddenly lost internet connection. when loading pages some will not connect and I'll get a message saying I'm not connected and should try reloading, refreshing the page usually fixes the problem, occasionally multiple refreshes are necessary. I've never had this problem before and it's rather inconvenient for me as I need internet access for university.
the internet today became insanely slow (I have wireless fyi) , something like 100 kb/s which used to be 2.0 mb/s. I can't even load a YouTube video at 360p. A few things have happened recently which may be the cause. First, I left my computer on all night, but since it has been off, so I don't think thats it. My mom recently turned off my computer by holding down the power button. I have searched my computer for viruses with 4 different programs and nothing has come up. I have also restarted my router and modem multiple times and nothing has happened. AND, I did a 3 hour long fragmentation of my hard drive/ cleaning of the computer.
My PC is connected via Ethernet cable to my Sky Broadband box, which also provides internet access to my laptop. Yesterday, all of a sudden, my PC refused to access the Internet. Whenever I try to go on any website through Mozilla, it says server cannot be found, for any site. My Network Status says it is fine, and my laptop still works perfectly, but my home PC all of a sudden just can't surf the Internet. Weirdly, a couple of my games can still work online, though and chat clients like IceChat are unable to, aswell as VOIP clients such as Raidcall. I have no idea what it is, since my Internet was fine the day before this hapened on my PC. I've been through the usual steps of checking your cable, restarting router, diagnosing connection etc, but it still fails to work.
I have a Gateway Laptop running Vista.I also have a netgear router. All of a sudden one day the internet on my laptop died. The laptop previously worked on my network, nothing changed with the network. All my other computers are running fine just this one laptop decided to quit connecting one night.
I built my desktop, installed the ethernet drivers, and a week goes by no problems. All of a sudden the internet stopped working so i reinstalled my ethernet driver and no internet still. So to make sure it wasn't the ethernet cord i plugged it into my xbox and xbox live came up.
I have an problem with VPN connection on notebooks. Sometimes the VPN connection works perfectly, and other times it just doesn't work at all.The Cisco VPN client software is version 5.0.04.0300. Operating system is Windows XP Prof SP2.When the connection fails, the client statistics window shows "Bytes Received: 0".Rebooting the system, has no effect
Normally, when one right clicks on a drive letter having opened 'My computer', then select 'Sharing' there is a warning about sharing a whole disk and the option to accept anyway.One laptop doesn't offer that. It just shows the admin share of C$ immediately. If I choose 'New' at the bottom of the panel a new drive letter and drive name can be entered but it can never be accessed over the network! It shows up in the workgroup but I get a network error 'Network path not found' if I try to access it. I can ping the laptop from anywhere by name and IP address.The laptop can access all the other PCs without any problem.
Whenever my main PC is turned on, i get no signal from the wireless, like i cannot use my phone or laptop on the internet i use an Ethernet cable which is directly connected to my main PC my windows is also window XP and my modem model is TG782T only if my PC is turned off the wireless works
We have recently switched routers and now my laptop doesn't work wirelessly; it connects to the router but there isn't an internet connection. The laptop works fine when the LAN cable is plugged in though. Our other laptop can connect to the internet with or without the LAN cable. Both are Toshibas running on Windows Vista.I have tried various approaches such as downloading the latest Atheros AR5007EG drivers but it said that they're already the most up to date. [code]
I purchased a used Compaq laptop with a Realtek USB wireless adapter. The laptop came with XP Pro. I connected the adapter and everything worked great. My husband got a virus I couldn't remove. I have the CD for XP Home so I did a clean install.Windows works fine. I connected the USB wireless adapter and ran the installation disk. When I open Realtek to connect nothing appears in the available networks. I checked the device mgr and it says Realtek is working. I turned off my 2Wire gateway and then reconnected it. I doubled checked that the Windows wireless utility is disabled. Still no available networks. Everything was fine before the reinstall of Windows XP Home.
I have a cable that is not working on the router end or the computer end. Could I have the wrong cable? The writing on the package is: Category 5E patch cable 350 MHz UTP Standed 24AWG PVC jacket, molded boot. 50U" plugs complies with FCC part 68Cat5e patch cable, RJ45-RJ4524 AWG stranded, 568B
Whenever my main PC is turned on, i get no signal from the wireless, like i cannot use my phone or laptop on the interneti use an [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]ethernet[/COLOR][/COLOR] cable which is direclty connected to my main PCmy windows is also window XP and my modem model is TG782T
Would a Linksys USB300M Network Adapter allow my computer to connect to the internet via Ethernet? My computer has an Ethernet port that doesn't work. I need Ethernet connection to connect to the internet through FIOS. I currently use an USB port on my computer to connect using DSL. I want to purchase a USB-Ethernet adapter that plugs into my USB port but has an Ethernet jack at the other end: USB300M Network adapter - Hi-Speed USB
We recently acquired an internet connection. Connecting via LAN works fine for me but not to my room mates. We're all using Windows 7. Windows troubleshoot it and says "Local Area Connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration" on their laptops. What should we do?