Network Card Not Detected After Windows 7 Installation
Jun 2, 2012
Recently I dual-booted my PC from Windows XP(On which the LAN card was working and i was able to access the internet) to Windows 7.Then i formated the drive on which WinXP was installed. Sometime later i noticed that the LAN card (Atheros A8151 PCI-E Ethernet Controller) was not working i went into the adapter settings in network control in the control panel and there was no adapter. i checked the device manager and there was no option called NETWORK ADAPTERS.
I have the Mts Mbrowse ZTE AC 8720 data card. it has problem in installing in windows 8 but it works properly in window 7. It has an error fail to install access serial port 0. i didn't understand the error.
We a Q77 based Jetway JNF9E motherboard, and when we added a TP-Link PCIe network card it was not detected in device manager in windows XP. We tried a Dynamode card with a different chipset and that was also not detected. We then tried a PCIe Firewire card, and that was fine, indicating that the slot itself was OK.We then tried installing Windows 7-64, and that also failed to see either card. We updated the BIOS to the latest version, which had no effect. We then tried another PC with the same motherboard and that also showed the same problem. A USB network adaptor does work, but is not an ideal solution due to space contraints.
I have a HP Pavilion dv6000 with windows xp. A couple of days ago the computer couldn't find any wireless connections. I've been into devmgmt.msc and looked, but I don't see any network card. In the folder Network Connections there are three alternatives, and none are wireless...I've tried to download the drivers for chipset, modem and network, but I still can't find anything.
My wireless network card is not detected by the system and wont show up in device manager. the green light on the back of the card is still blinking, so it is getting power through the mobo. Wireless network card was working perfectly before swapping out my video card for a new 7850 and swapping out my RAM modules. The drivers are Up to date. I'm running windows 7 and the wireless network card is an atheros AR5005GS.
I don't understand why installing new RAM and a new video card would affect this?? I didn't touch that card, and have double checked it is still seated properly.
I have no other way currently to connect this computer to the Internet.
I've just got my hands on a Cisco PIX 515. I mainly brought it too learn and play with, i done some Cisco stuff in the past but not much.
I just need too get this up and running with a IP Address on ethernet1 (192.168.1.254) but when I run the command "name if ethernet1 inside security100" in enable mode all I keep getting is ERROR % Invalid input detected at '' maker
basically i have a desktop computer which i hook up directly to the router , anyway its coming up as an un identified network on network and sharing area , and when i select "connect to a network it only shows a PPoE Connection . I tried replugging the ethernet cable and it comes up an error message "windows has detected an IP address conflct"
I have a dell Inspiron laptop N4010 and my hard drive was crashed and I bough the new hard drive (Seagate 250 SATA/GB/GO) before I have a TOSHIBA Hard drive with 500gb.I have installed the Window 7 Home Premium but I was trying to install Network drivers(for wireless and LAN) but those drivers are not installed due to hardware not compatible . I don't understand what I am missing in this process.network controller - VEN 8086 DEV 0087.
I have a Netgear WNR612 wireless router, which worked fine for a few weeks. Then something happened and I can't keep the connection anymore. It happened right after I used iTunes to update my iPhone, perhaps a coincidence, but I'm mentioning that just in case. Internet still works fine with ethernet cable straight from the computer, only the wireless connection doesn't work. This happened about a month ago and I haven't been at home much to fix the problem. I have turned off and unplugged everything for several days at a time while gone. I get a Network Error message saying, Windows has detected an IP address conflict. I have tried restoring the router back to factory settings and reinstalling the wireless card. I have tried changing the IP address settings both in the Network and Sharing Center and the router admin page. What I think I should do is change the IP address in Command Prompt, but when I type "ipconfig /release", it says "No operation can be performed on Wireless Network Connection 2 while it has its media disconnected" and the same for Local Area Connection. I don't understand what this means, because there is a wireless key in my keyboard and there is a white light (not orange) like there should be. Also in the Network and Sharing Center, I can see that the connections are enabled.
Wireless connection suddenly stopped working. Ran Dell Wireless WLAN Card Utility and got "There are currently no wireless adapters available and enabled". Device manager states network adapter working properly. I have disabled, then enabled it and it still won't work.
My Dell Inspiron 1525's hard drive died recently. I bought a new hard drive onine because my warranty expired. I installed the hard drive and a Windows Vista Premium operating system. I previously had Windows Vista Basic.
I tried to install all of my drivers, but neither by ethernet connection or wireless are able to connect. I ran the Intel PROset Wireless diagnostics and the hardware portions fails. The error says driver version does not support Intel PROSet/ Wireless.
The wireless card does not show up in the device manager under network adapters. I still am missing a driver for the network controller but do not know where to fnd it.
When I plug an ethernet cable into the computer directly it says no connectivity and will not light up green. why it will not connect to the internet.
I added a VWIC2 1MFT-T1/E1 card to my 2901 router. There were two in it already, and I need to add a 3rd circuit. After installing the card, the boot process sees the new card, but once it is completely booted, the new card is nowhere to be found. I've swapped cards around to no avail. The new card works fine in one of the slots that had the existing cards in it.
From the boot sequence, I can see: Smart Init is enabledsmart init is sizing iomem TYPE MEMORY_REQ HWIC Slot 0 0x00200000 HWIC Slot 1 0x00200000 HWIC Slot 2 0x00200000 <-- New card - same when I had it in Slot 3 Onboard devices & buffer pools 0x0228F000 ---------------------------------------------- [Code]...
This past weekend I went out of town and took my Windows 7 laptop with me -- since I returned home, it has been unable to connect to my wireless network. Other devices in my home connect to the network just fine, and the problem laptop has always been fine until now. My network card is an Atheros AR9285, and I'm attempting to connect to a Medialink router with WPA password protection and AES encryption.My wireless network icon in the task bar has a yellow sign with an exclamation point in it. It says "No Internet access."
I have a Notebook HP Pavillion DV6 3113sa with Windows 7 64-bit My Broadcom Bluetooth and Wireless Combo Card is not being detected. On device manager> Network adapters I cannot see my the wireless adapter. Realtek PCIe GBE Family controller is in the device manager though. Also I can access internet with an ethernt cable and my phone and other computer can detect my wireless router. The wireless light is also continually orange and will not change. So neither bluetooth or wireless is working. I have down loaded the 2 Broadcom drivers from the HP website but neither fix the problem. However the bluetooth driver says something like 'Driver failed to install because no bluetooth device was found'.
I am attempting to add an additional ethernet port on a Cisco 2620 router using a NM-2FE2W card, however the card is not being detected. I read that this card is compatible with this model router, but I have also notice that there is a version 2 of this card. Have I ordered the wrong card or do I possibly have a defective card? My ISO version is 12.2(26) on the router.If this card is not compatible, what is the recommended card for adding an additional ethernet port on this router?
I have existing cisco 2811 (Version 12.4(3c)). I try to add a HWIC serial card into the router but the new HWIC is not detected. There is no new interfece shows up when i do show run. This HWIC is a new card just bought it.
i have a dell inspiron 1440.i am unable to install lan card real tek driver so that i can connect to local area network internet cable,after uploading driver in network places i see
LOCAL AREA NETWORK bluE tooth lan access server will this connect to local cable? THE lan driver real tek after installation says that shut down and plug realtek PCI-E card to complete installation?what do i do?
I have an ASUS M4A785-M MB with an on-board LAN and all of a sudden stopped working yesterday. I have it connected to a 4-port D-Link network switch which has one other computer connected, and the switch is hard-wired to my wireless router.
Here are the trouble-shooting steps I've tried:
- uninstalling/re-installing the driver - tried using different wires. - by-passed the switch - used the wired connection with the other computer - tested the wire for my troubled computer on the other computer and it works fine - pinged the loop-back IP address (127.0.0.1) and it tested ok - bought a new NIC and still no connection
When I go to Network and Sharing Center, it shows my Home GRoup but then has the bid red X from the Home Group to the Internet.
I run a windows 7 x64 and I am currently running a Intel (r) 82579V gigabit network adapter. The thing is, the driver was made for 82579LM and V versions. Most of the time, my computer reads the adapter as the LM version, in which the ethernet just won't work. Once in a while it gets the V version and everything is alright, but i can't live with such uncertainty. Mostly people suggest i should just buy a new motherboard (?) or a new network adapter, but i'm sure it's a software problem. Shouldn't there be other solutions? The card itself is integrated.
I got my wife a new laptop in October, and it runs on windows 7, since the 25th of december she has been having connectivity issues with her wireless card. She had 2 bars on her signal strength, and I wanted to take the signal strenght out of the equation, so I got a N range booster to put in the room she is usually in, she now has a signal strength of 5 bars. However she still loses connection to the internet.
ISP is Bell Fibe 25 Router is the bell modem/router in one. My son's Laptop goes in that room, and has no issues. I have made sure the drivers are up to date on both the router/modem, and on the laptop itself. The only thing I cna think of is that it is the card itself that is faulty.
First network card have the static IP address 82.x.x.30 from the ISP.The second network card have 2 IP addresses: 192.x.x.0 and 82.x.x.1 ( first IP is for LAN and second IP is for routing the additional IP class).In other words if i have the computer "Z" with configuration: IP: 82.x.x.100 Sub: 255.255.255.128 and GTW:82.x.x.1 i can access the internet but practically with with the IP from ISP wich is 82.x.x.30
I have been having router/wireless internet issues since my internet provider had to come out and fix the outside lines. Ever since then I get the Network Error: "Windows has detected and IP address conflict" whenever my laptop and my wife's try to use the wireless at the same time. I have tried release/renew of my IP address and also reseting my router to factory settings to no avail.
Computer info and ipconfig/all: Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 184.108.40.206 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium , 64 bit
There are about 3 laptops, one desktop, and 2 gaming consoles that are using the router. Everything connects fine expect the one laptop. It is an ASUS laptop running Windows 7. Whenever the laptop is going to connect to the internet every other device using the internet is stalled for a few moments, then reconnects. The computers then give the IP Address Conflict message. This is extremely frustrating. Sometimes it happens when people are accessing the Web for college assignments, and sometimes gaming, which is annoying to get disconnected from. I have tried to release / renew the IP, but it tells me it can't complete the process.
i have a home computer. windows xp. i have a virgin mobile broadband chip that i have always been able to plug n to the usb slot on bck of computer and it pulls up the internet with no problems. i tried to get on the internet and it keeps telling me that the device isnt detected. i troubleshot,lol. and windows tells me to go to control panel, network connections, LAN or high-speed internet, the problem is i only see 3 g and local internet connection?
Recently my wirless internet stopped working. I am running a HP dv 9000 laptop. The indicator light always stays amber (instead of turning blue when turned on) on external wirless switch. The wireless adaptor should be a Broadcom 802.11b. This does not show up in device manager, but my computer says the driver for it is installed. In the device manager there is one device with a yellow question mark beside it called "other device". Under this device there are three more devices called "base system device" with a yellow exclamation point next to them
recently I have been getting slow internet and download speeds at a later time in the day, when there is 3 or 2 internet connections that show up in my connections. one being mine virgin broadband, another sky and Bthomehub, whenever these connections are up my download speed on steam goes from 1.1mb/s to 250kb/s and i get the message from windows saying' 'windows has detected ip conflict'' I can still access the internet play games online fine, but my download speed is really slow and sometimes internet is slow aswell
My stereo bluetooth headset-Dell Byte Corseca stereo bluetooth headset is not getting detected in my Acer Laptop (Acer 4752z). The headset works fine with my mobile. My laptop too can detect other bluetooth devices like mobile phones, mono stereo headsets, bluetooth mouse without any problem. However the headset is not detected when i try "Add a Device".
okay so I tried to "REBUILD" my Sony Vaipo laptop (product name vpceh13fx) by reinstalling windows 7. the installation was successful but now it says I do not have any network hard drive available. I go into drive manager all of my drivers for example ethernet controller, network controller, excetera all have yellow (!). also instead of having my wireless icon at the bottom I now have a computer with an ethernet cable over it with a big red X.