I know there was an old thread with a similar problem, but that thread is closed and the answers didn't work for me. i am using an HP compaq 8710p, with windows xp. I moved to a new house so am using a new wireless for the first time. My laptop detects the wireless (and other wireless connections nearby) but will not connect. My iphone is connected to the wireless, and the wired connection to my laptop is fine. So the problem is my laptop.When I try to renew ip this is the message I get;
C:Documents and Settingsuser>ipconfig/release
Windows IP Configuration
No operation can be performed on Wireless Network Connection 4 while it has its
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection 3:
when i open up my network connections tab, i see two icons: "Wireless network Connection" and "Local Area Connection"
It clearly says a cable is unplugged, but no cable is unplugged and i am 100% sure of that.
when i type "ipconfig" into command prompt, i see all these things that say "tunnel adapter Local area connection" and it says media disconnected.
how would i go about "Connecting" the media? i am concerned about this issue so much because, even though i can connect to the internet (ip:192.168.1.1) i cannot connect to my printer (ip:192.168.1.4) and when i tracert the printers ip it says "media disconnected" so i know the two errors correlate to one another.
My dad just had to send his Acer Aspire back to the manufacturer to get the fan replaced. It came back factory reset and would not connect to any internet wired or otherwise. He called me and I asked him to bring it over. I can get it to connect to via Ethernet at my house, however, wireless is a no go. The status bar goes between "no connection available" to showing my network with two bars. When I attempt to connect to my network I get the standard "Window was unable to connect to this network". I currently have another PC, a PS3, a smart phone, and a tablet all connected with no problem (and all at full bars), so I know it's not the router. I ran an ipconfig /all and this is what I got: [code] One thing I did notice is that my IP Routing Enabled was set to NO and when I looked at how to fix that it said to update a registry key.
I am having problems with my internet connection through my desktop but my laptops are still working. From searching this site it appears to be a media disconnected error. Most of the fixes I have seen have been for laptops but I am having trouble finding fixes for a desktop (ethernet connected). Can somebody attach a link if this has already been coverered (I am sure it has but I just can't find it). I have a Compaq computer running Vista Service Pack 2.
I have just upgraded a laptop to vista, I didn't have any internet connection until I used a dongle to connect, after connection, it downloaded drivers to computer. Wireless now works without the dongle. I have no wired connection as it says "Media Disconnected." If I look in device manager, everything is working fine. I have looked on the net & tried a lot of checking various things but still no connection on lan. This is on an old laptop a advent 7109A. It was working fine on all connections until I upgraded.
Can't connect to the wireless network that is in the next room but I can connect across the street, I keep getting the message that the LAN Media connection is DISCONNECTED on connection 2, the computer trys to RENEW the IP address but can never do it, I have run CMD propmts pconfig/release, ipconfig/renew, ipconfig/all nothing works for my home system yet my laptop is connected my tower is running on the guy across the street.
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I had problems connecting to my wireless internet for extended periods of time with my lease expiring almost instantly. Nobody else in my house had trouble connecting, only me. Troubleshooting the connection only showed that the default gateway was not available and failed to allow me to connect despite "fixing" the problem. I attempted the ipconfig/renew, netsh int ip reset reset.log, and netsh winsock reset catalog operations in cmd as an administrator to no avail. Finally, as a last resort, I reset my modem and that finally allowed me to connect although occasionally I would be kicked off the connection and have to restart the modem again. I would still like to know the problem and a possible solution since my friends seem to have a similar problem with their wireless internet.
ipconfig/all before resetting the modem:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:UsersOwner>ipconfig/all Windows IP Configuration
I need to set a Windows 7 machine up as a static address and do an arp -s to a blocked router to send it a fresh firmware.Setting a static address that I could ping was never a problem in Windows XP, but for some reason Windows 7 have decided to be very passive about assigning a static IP until it gets an active connection.With an active connection there is no connection problems, but with a passive (where there is no response) I get a "Media disconnected" from ipconfig and the adapter don't get an IP assigned.I need to tell Windows not to try verify the connection, but just assign the static IP as before. I believe I somehow have to disable autoconfiguration for that network device, since assigning the static IP alone doesn't seem to do it. Turning off the DHCP Client alone doesn't do it either and shouldn't really be needed. get an IP assigned to the interface (and ignore the "Media connected" part)?
Anyway, I have an hp desktop pc, running windows 7, with high speed cable connection.. Im attempting to obtain a new ip address.. but when I go to command prompt, and type in ipconfig/release, I get an error telling me that "No operation can be performed on Local Area Connection 2 while it has its media disconnected"
I have a US Robotics 5462 router and a D-Link DCM-202 cable modem on Comcast. I've had this router for years and initially configured it for wireless access using a Windows XP system (this router requires you to configure it via Ethernet and 192.168.2.1). That computer stopped working last year, so I got a new computer running Windows 7.When I first got this new PC, I could not connect to my router via Ethernet (just like I can't now), but I was still able to connect to the wireless network I had previously set up, so I was satisfied.
A year went by, and last week I was suddenly unable to access my wireless network, so I did a factory reset on the router, erasing my previously configured wireless network and requiring me to connect the router to my computer via Ethernet to reconfigure the router. I tried to do this, but despite all of the correct LEDs being lit on the router, I could not access 192.168.2.1. A little poking around on my control panel revealed that my LAN was being labeled as an "Unidentified Network" and there was "No Internet Access." I tried to make it a private network, but that didn't fix the issue.
I searched around for a while and read some advice to try running ipconfig. When I did that, I saw "Media Disconnected" for my LAN adapter. I've tried a few of the possible solutions already with no luck. With the same computer and the same Ethernet cable directly connected to my modem instead of through the router, I *CAN* get online. That's how I'm connected right now. Also, I have no problem accessing any wi-fi networks.
I have searched so many threads concerning the problem I am having but have yet to find anything that works.On Sunday my husband changed our router. We have just moved from Sky to Talk Talk. Before the change, my wireless connection was absolutely fine.Now, everything else in the house is working on wireless fine (xBox, my smartphone, hubby's PC) except for my crappy Lenovo N 500 (XP SP3).Here is a copy/paste from my ipconfig /all:[CODE]
I needed to change my password to my wifi so after watching a youtube video I followed these instructions:Go to search program files : cmd Enter: ipconfig Get gateway ip address Go to internet explorer enter ip address Once admin log on comes on log on and I went on to change wireless password Once I did change password after that it would not comment to my wireless wifi Connection. I once again went to cmd then ipconfig where there it then said media disconnected. I mess something up since now nothing can connected to WiFi?
My hard drive crashed and I replaced it with a old hard drive that I had and now I cant get connected. I tried different things I have on site and its still not working. After trying the last thing I have given up ..
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:Windowssystem32>IPCONFIG /ALL Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Tonya-PC Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
I have been searching forums for the last 2 hours and trying to figure out how to make this work. I tried to release/renew and it told me it couldn't and got the media disconnected message. I tried the TCP/IP and Winsock renew and that didn't work either. My internet was working OK and then all the sudden it stopped working. [code]
I have 2 laptops, only one of which connects to the Internet. The second, a Dell XPS, no longer connects to the Internet/network. Recently I updated the driver for the wireless adapter, Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6230; however I later learned that there is a compatibility issue for 6230 and Windows 8. So, I rolled back the driver for the wireless network adapter, both to an Intel-provided legacy driver and to the Dell-provided driver. However, using either driver, the my computer won't connect. Running ipconfig states the Wireless LAN adapter Wi-Fi: Media State... Media Disconnected.
Dell Tech support regarded this a sensitive issue, which would require purchasing a new, premium software warranty.
I have a fairly new Inpsiron 14z with windows 8 on it. Everything worked great out of the box, but all of a sudden my wireless stopped working. More specifically, it always says that the wifi is off, and pressing alt+f2 only cycles the bluetooth on and off, not doing anything about the wifi. Maybe I am just missing something stupid, I don't know. Here is my info:
Host Name: OS Name: Microsoft Windows 8OS Version: 6.2.9200 N/A Build 9200OS Manufacturer: Microsoft CorporationOS Configuration: Standalone WorkstationOS Build Type: Multiprocessor
I have a laptop - Lenovo E43 in which i tried to connect with wifi, when wireless nework connection is opened, it is showing No wireless networks were found in range. and when IPCONFIGured, Media state...:Media disconnected is displaying under the Ethernet adapter Wireless Network connection.
I am trying to connect to my son's wireless internet with my own laptop. I can't get it to connect - I have tried to "renew IP address" and it doesn't work. I also got a message when I went to Start Run, etc etc "no operation can be performed on Wireless network while is has its media disconnected" I am able to connect to my own wireless internet at home on same laptop.
I'm trying to create an Ad-hoc network for use with my Android phone, however the phone does not discover the network.I've browsed various forums and tried a few things, but with no success.My laptop is able to detect other wireless networks. Wired Ethernet connection works fine.ipconfig /all results are below. The broadcom wireless LAN adapter shows Media Disconnected.I'm running Norton Internet Security and HP Wireless Assistant.
I'm visiting family and my laptop will not connect to their wireless. I plugged it in and it connected, but wireless will not. I've tried to renew my ip but it tells me media is disconnected. How do I connect the media? I'm in the device mgr now, looking at network adapters. have yellow !! on Microsoft ISATAP Adapter #5. I opened it and there is no "value" for Network address. I've got Acer Aspire 5520, w/SP2, 2.00GB, 32-bit,AMD Turion 64 X2 1.80 GHz. Windows Vista Home Premium. message rec'd is "No operation can be performed on wireless network connection while it has its media disconnected."
I seem to be having the same media disabled message in Vista. How do I proceed with this type of refresher in Vista? Out of the blue, no networks can be detected on this particular laptop. I have tried uninstalling the HP WLAN program so far.
After making some physical changes to my home network (which had been running for sometime without incident) my desktop machine stopped (home built MSI X58 Platinum MB) talking to the network. I get "media not connected" even though I am connected, and the connection works for any other computer I attach. I get indication of proper physical connection at both ends (router and computer ethernet port), however I get no connection and the default 169 .... IP address. It does not matter if I create a fixed IP address in the router and set the ip address of the port to correspond. I have tried all the ip resets, stack resets, remove and reinstall the network ports, etc., to no avail. Connecting directly to the cable modem did not work. I even installed a new buss ethernet card with its own drivers and I get the same 'media not connected'.
I will be working from home half the time and am trying to get set up. So here it goes:
Took PC #1 home and hooked everything up. Could access Internet.Had to bring PC #2 home because #1 didn’t have the programs I needed.Hooked #2 up, no internet access.Tried different network cable – no access.Tried different router port – no access. (router port light doesn’t illuminate, neither does port on PC)My personal PC that uses the same router has internet access.Hooked #1 back up as a test – could access internet.Hooked up #2 again, did a Run, cmd, ipconfig and got “media disconnected”I brought #2 back in for a PC tech to look at. He hooked it up in his office, had internet access.Took it back home and hooked everything up.The port lights illuminated on startup; but after it got to the desktop, lights are off.Tried ipconfig again, "media disconnected”. IP address doesn’t display.
All the while I have internet access on my own PC, plus when I hook up #1 to the same port using the same cable, I have internet access, which led me to believe it's something wrong with PC #2.Tech is saying it’s a problem with my router (Cisco E2500), which I restarted too.
I ran driver verifier and when I rebooted for it to start verifying the Internet didn't work. I thought it was a driver verifier problem so I turned off it and I still had the Internet problem. I tried going back using system restore and I still have the problem. Screen shots are attached.
using ipconfig to show static ip address when cable is unplugged, can ipconfig show static ip address when cable is unplugged? if no why? and if yes how do you make it work? anything you can edit on registry to mke it work.
I've enabled the Media Server on my E3000 router. My PS3 can see the server and play media from it by my PCs can't!
I'm using Windows Media Player v 12.0 on Windows 7 and some older version on Windows XP and it's my understanding that the Media Server should appear under the "Other Libraries" section but it does not.
Am I doing something wrong? Is there a bug in the E3000 firmware (I have the latest as of this date) or is the Media Server simply not compatible with Windows Media Player? compatible media player for Windows 7?
I did read a post about a firmware upgrade on the 4200 that broke the media player, but I don't know if such a problem exists for the E3000.
I just got a new modem with built in router. and for the first few days i had my internet running pretty perfectly until recently when i just keep getting disconnected from it and then reconnected. i try to troubleshoot; it says that i DONT have a fixed DNS. i am pretty bad at networking.