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'm having a problem with my onboard NVIDIA nForce Network Ethernet card. I have a XPS 730 running Windows 8 (64 bit). What is the most recent date of the driver for this adapter? I was attacked by a VERY bad virus (called SMALL) and have just got everything back to normal (I think). It may be possible that the driver for my network card is corrupted. Device Manager says driver is dated 2/23/2012 and the version is 184.108.40.20636. Is this correct? Two weeks ago the machine ran fine, Windows 8 installed without a problem.
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've recently bought a new PC (I7) to replace my old one. My main task was to get most of my files across and set up my new PC as the main computer on the home network. Currently my machine has a printer connected to it which I wish to share with all on the network. I've attached a screen cap of the network as displayed by my modem/router. 2 computers (my PC's) connect via ethernet and the other 2 laptops wirelessly. All computers (except my old PC) run Windows 7 - the old PC runs Win XP SP3.
What I can do so far is transfer files from my old to new PC. Each computer on the network (except the XP machine) can see each other but cannot access each other and despite network discovery + file and printer sharing on, cannot see the printer across the network. I've been doing a bit of research to try and solve my problems but am only getting so far. If there is a resource you could point me to that would be great as I'd like to develop a good understanding of how to manage the network.Here's is an IPCONFIG report on my main machine:
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.
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 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
Since 2 months I have the following problem: the first time each day I power on my computer I cannot get internet access. I cannot reach the networkcenter to check if anything is wrong. Sometimes after a long wait (10 minutes) I get the alert: network adapter is not available. The only option is to power down the computer and to power on again. Usually then I have internetacces. I have run all kinds of diagnostics on the dell site but when internet acces is working nothing seems to be wrong. I have a XPS dimension 8300 with a Broadcom Netlink Gigabit Ethernet adapter
I got a brand new Toshiba satellite C665 with Ubuntu 10.04 installed. But NetworkManager shows, 'No network devices available'. But when I ran the system testing, test detected Atheros Communications Ethernet controller.
How can I get my network devices work(both wireless and wired). Did I miss any driver during installation?
I think I am having problem with my network card I am running windows 7 with Dell wireless 1390 WLAN Mini-Card lots of times the signal is low and I get the error message no internet connectivity or some other error message that I am not being able to connect to the network provided by my wimax modem, Is there any program that I can download to test if there are any errors related to the network card or any way to fix this?
Am switching from windows95 to Windows 2000 Professional, & During the Pre - Installation preparations, I discovered that the Machine contains a LAN Card, But i cant find it in the HCL FOR WINDOWS 2000 PROFESSIONAL.What should i do to get the system back in the service?
Just re-installed windows on a laptop i got, i got all the drivers installed, but i cant seem to get the wireless card to show up, i know it has wireless because it was my moms laptop before she got a new one. Ive gone to dell support site and literately downloaded all the drivers on the page. Device manager doesn't seem to be detecting the card at all, the dell Wlan utility wont even start ive reinstalled the driver multiple times i even tried the intel site for drivers.
The big problem is i don't know what wireless card it is and its hard to find out because the support pdf for the laptop shows multiple possible cards.
I have found this device to connect my pc to my network. My pc will be running win 7 but in the description of the product it says that the device does not support win 7Does this means that the device will not be able to operate at all with win 7??
The D-link dir-615 is not working.The modem is working perfect, because its the internet that im using right now (its connected directly to my laptop, so i know its the router for sure) But i want to make the internet on my modem wireless, but the D-link router has the orange globe light turned on (as im typing it still has the light on) and i just dont know whats wrong with it. I have already tried reseting it like 2 times, and it still doesn't work. When i connect my router, all it does is acquire the network address, and it just stays there, so no ip address will be detected... I might just buy a lynksys router, d-link sucks. This router was bought years ago by the way. It hasn't been used since like now.
It isnt the computer, i tried disabling the firewall, and reconnecting, but it just stays in 'renewing ip address' (the same things happen with all of the other computers that try to connect to it in my home) I click on the wireless icon and then on 'support' and next to IP Address it says "Invalid Ip Address"... The globe still remains orange on the router..
My Dlink DCS-942Ls had been updated to the latest firmware both 1.12.1608WW and 1.12.1628EU. (I grouped them into two firmware devices). They are all H/W version A1, agent version 2.0.15-b11. If I setup time to automatic time configuration and sync with NTP servers ( all from drop down list and Thailand NTP server time1.nimt.or.th) , they did not work and I must set time manually every times I power off and on these IP cameras. I knew that this issues has been raised for long times and still exist in the current firmware.Simple way to eliminate this problem is specifying NTP server into IP number. ping your national NTP server URL and then get the IP address , e.g. time1.nimt.or.th has IP 220.127.116.11 , or ntp1.dlink.com has IP 18.104.22.168. I have tested many ways and the results can be comfirmed that URL NTP letter cannot sync time but IP number can do. I also has a DAP-1360 Repeater mode and test with its "System Check" ping test, the result are success either URL NTP server name and IP number. NTP protocol is different to ping test. I'm not sure that which parties (ISP, DNS, Router, IP camera device) should fix this error. I decided to specify NTP server with IP number to all network devices from D-Link. Minor risk may occur if a national NTP server change its IP number.
I have one router 1841 in which i configured PBR for internet traffic from LAN. I hv two ISPs few server are configured for ISP1 and few for ISP2.I planned to shift my existing setup at 2901 G2 router. when I am configuring the same config on this router so traffic is passing through only from one ISP not from other, if I troubleshoot so I see that the interface which is connected with ISP2 is not getting any input/output packet.
Config is here: ========== interface FastEthernet0/0 description ****** ISP2 ****** ip address 203.xx.xx.110 255.255.255.248
Trying to get on internet in Windows 7. Have connected to wireless network. Am hardwired to router and yet cannot connect to Internet. Wireless Network Connection 2 is not connected and therefore not going to the Internet
Brand new MSI system using windows 7. we're using a wirless network in the house, and up until today it's been fine. Randomly, Windows is no longer detecting any networks.
I've confirmed there is no prob with the router or signal as I can detect the network in my room and connect to the internet (using a homeplug hardline). I've tried enabling and disabling both the router and wireless card, a system restore (windows made no changes), and when I came to use the windows 7 troubleshooter - it says the device is not enabled?
I'm off to university on Monday but I couldn't afford a laptop (I have a huge Dell gaming desktop!) so my awesome parents gave me their little Acer Aspire One D260-A netbook; Intel Atom Processor N450 (1.66GHz, 512K), 1GB, 160GB HDD. It's a couple of years old, was running XP and literally everything was broken - no sound, no backlight, faulty touchpad etc. - so first port of call was a clean install of Windows 7 and updating every driver (and BIOS) off the Acer website from a USB.Problem is, everything is running like a dream... except for the wireless. When I tried to install the latest Atheros drivers (doing all of this from a USB due to lack of connectivity) I received a Code 10: driver cannot start error, so after some troubleshooting I was pointed towards different drivers, only for Windows to inform me that it can't find the hardware.
Looking in devices, I'm seeing an Atheros Ethernet connection device but the wireless card seems to have taken a walk. Xirrus isn't seeing anything either. My current internet is between Virgin and BT (mine and my partner's house) but we move in together on Monday and we'll be setting up Sky, so I can't give you much information on internet. I do have an ethernet cable I can plug into our Virgin wifi home router (D-Link DSL-2640R Broadband Wireless G ADSL2+) if need be. One of my main problems seems to be finding the correct drivers as due to the wireless card disappearing, I'm not sure how to tell what the wireless hardware actually is.
Here are the finer details:
C:Windowssystem32>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : CJ-Netbook Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
I recently removed trojan horse and malware using AVG. This was successfu,l but when I rebooted the machine it will not recognise any network connections, sound etc or operated software such as excel.ll the devices appear to be installed but won't work. When I try to open Intel it shows a message 'No supported wireless adapters available in the system'.
My router was not functioning well so I decided it might be a good idea to reinstall the driver package via the admin upgrade page. Since then it doesn't work at all. The power light flashes constantly now.
I bought a pix 515 to play with and i upgraded it to the farthest release 8.0(4) it was at 7.22 and the web interface and ASDM is not working. do i need to upgrade the ASDM? when i run the launcher i get a fatal error :
I just updated the IOS, did i need to save certain things? activation key's maybe???
I have a Dell Inspiron n5010. Earlier bluetooth was functioned properly. But today bluetooth icon is not displayed on the tray. could not find my bluetooth devices while searching also not able connect from my my Bluetooth device. I have updated the driver from Device Manager.
We currently run 7206 routers with VAM cards and are able to configure the devices to perform stateful failover of tunnels from router to router. When moving to the 7604 with 15.1 IOS there are not any examples of how to set up the stateful failover of the tunnels between devices. We have the devices in the SSO mode are not able to understand how to get the redundancy between the devices functioning.
I've just installed a clean Windows 7 Ultimate on a brand new Acer Aspire 5750.The lan nor wireless didn't work out of the box. After installing the Gigabit lan drivers it found the network card But it can't find the wireless. When I try to install the Wireless drivers from: [url]It's the Atheros card I have. So when I try to install the Wireless Lan Atheros drivers it sais:"The device doesn't exist. Please plug the device back in and try again" What do I do now? It's a laptop, I can't exactly remove the network card.