Wireless :: Epson Artisan 810 Wireless Not Found By Windows
Nov 12, 2011
Win 7 computer wired into D-Link 615 router (address of 192.168.1.1).Set win 7 computer static address at 192.168.0.100. Then set Epson wireless at 192.168.0.103.DCHP IP address range 192.168.0.105 to 192.168.0.199.Computer finds printer and everything works fine for about a week. Then computer can no longer ping the printer.
I purchased a Epson Artisan 835, which I am runnung wireless. When I try to check the ink levels from my laptop they are all greyed out. Epson tech said the Dir-655 was the problem and that I needed to get the router to give permission for the ink levels to go through.
I have a laptop (Windows XP 32bit) and a new desktop Windows 7). The Epson rx595 is connected to the desktop. A network has been created and I can share files, but the laptop will not recognize the printer
I have an Epson Stylus D88 printer connected by USB to my Windows XP desktop that is connected to my router by an ethernet cable.
I would like to print through that printer from my Win7 laptop wirelessly, but when I follow the "add printer" steps I get told; "Windows can't find a driver for EPSON Stylus D88 Series on the network. To locate one manually, click OK. Otherwise, click Cancel and consult your network administrator or the printer manufacturer's website."
i try to connect my laptop wirelessely to my Epson printer epson 720WD , i dont exactly every thing write as it says it temporarly need a usb cable to connect wirelessely to the printer done that after that it started checking mac adress every thing ,but at the end what i get is installation failed .it says chanell conflict has been detected , how can i sort my router channel and the printer channel
Get "router/acess point channel conflict error and when I try Epson scan icon it tells me it cannot communicate with scanner.When I reinstalled CD, it told me the installation failed as some files necessary fo set up were missing.
I recently purchased an Epson XP-205 Wi-Fi printer, and I set it up on my network and installed the drivers to my laptop, initially I could print over the network, but since a restart I can't. I have tried an uninstall and reinstall of the printer, but to no avail and if it matters, I'm running W7 64-bit.
I've ensured the printing programs are part of my firewall exclusion rules, and I can access the printers set up page via 192.168.1.3, also as expected, the printer is "pingable". On top of this my Android tablet is able to send things to the printer, so I'm sure it is an issue with my laptop.
Recently i bought a new printer: Epson SX620FW, I've tried many things, but I can't connect it wireless to my network. Ive downloaded and installed the latest drivers and software from the internet. My PC is connected with a cable to my wireless router. When I connect the printer with a cable to my router everything works perfectly. But I want to connect my printer wireless. On the printer I disconnect the cable. I followed the wireless wizard setup on the printer and I connect to my wireless router. This is confirmed by an ip adress on the printer. Also in the menu of my router I find the ip adres of my printer in the DHCP clients list. So far so good. But from my PC I can not find the printer in my network. I also cant ping my printers ipadres. When I connect the UTP cable to my printer again, I can ping the ip of my printer.
I have 2 Samsung NC10's here at home that I would like to be able to print using my new Epson PX720WD wireless printer.The printer is fine when sending doc's or images from my main PC, but I suspect I need to load the same software via the CD onto these laptops? Problem with that is they don't have CD drives. Am I thinking along the right lines here? If so, is it possible to drag the info onto a memory stick, insert into laptop and off I go?
I can't get my Epson Workforce 615 (610 series) All in One Printer to connect to my WRT54G router. I was on the phone with Epson for over an hour and renetered my SSID and security code 4 times. They said it was something about the router not letting it connect. The printer sees the SSID and I put my laptop in the same location as the printer and it has very good signal strength. I even took the printer back and got another one. The router does not have MAC filtering enabled.
I can't connect my Epson Stylus SX130 printer/scanner via the USB port on the Linksys E4200. It all ends up with cisco referring me to this website. I re-installed the printer/scanner, but it didn't work. The Stylus SX130 works fine when I connect it directly to my computer.
We have finding the projector in the network. When we connected a Epson projector and a laptop in different access points in wireless, we can found the projector in the network. But when we connected them in same access points in wireless, we can't found the projector. We need to find the solution of it. We are using Epson PowerLite 1761W projector and the access point is WAP4410N with firmware version 220.127.116.11.
I have one of the above units which has worked fine since i first set it up over a year ago.Yesterday I tried to add an Epson sx425 WI-FI printer, I followed the instrucions and it connected ok however it started to drop the link intermitently and kept failing to print (which was also crap from my machine and total jibberish from any other!) then it lost it all together and all the other wireless devices lost their connection .The router reported it was ok with good signal strength but nothing connected so I switched it off for half an hour and rebooted but it was still the same so I tried to change the pass word but still nothing will connect. I have tried to reset the router also but this had no effect. the units plugged in via wire are working ok it is just something to do with the wirless signal.
Recently, nearly every time I start up my computer, I can't connect to the internet. I have internet, as says my modem, what I don't have is an internet adapter. I've checked the device manager, and network and sharing center, and it just doesn't exist. I restart a few times and by chance it finds the adapter and I can connect. I have no idea what's going on, as Googling has not worked much at all.[CODE]
I have always connected to other computers in my network, including my file server, and all of a sudden, it will not work. This is only happening on one computer. You can connect fine on all the others. I am running Windows 7 SP1, and in the network window, I can see the computers, but when I click on them to connect, it says "The network path was not found". If I access them via their IP in windows explorer, then I can access them . I have never seen this before. I attempted to disable Norton, I even un-installed it, and it still does the same thing.
I have 2 Windows 7 desktops that are both connected to seperate vonage boxes and those vonage boxes are connected to my D-Link DIR-655 router. That D-Link router is getting its connection from a Comcast router. I am looking to get one of the desktops to share a printer from the other one which has it hard wired via USB cable. When I first set this up I did not have the vonage boxes and the desktops were connected right into the router and everything worked fine. Now that the vonage boxes are in place it is a mess. I can get internet fine on both machines, but no file/printer sharing. I have followed all the steps to setup the correct workgroup and file and printer sharing options on both windows 7 machines but they cannot see each other at all. My feeling is that now that the vonage boxes are there that instead of the desktops looking at the D-Link router for its sharing option they are looking at the vonage boxes and that is why they cant be seen. Does this make sense? Is there a firewall on the vonage boxes stopping these two desktops from seeing each other? Do I have to change something on the D-Link router options for it to give access to the vonage boxes for these 2 machines to see each other for printer/file sharing?
I have a server computer running Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard operating system with 4 client computers connected to the network running Windows 7 Professional operating system. All worked great yesterday. This morning, one of the client computers encountered this error:
An error occurred while reconnecting F: to \SERVERData
Microsoft Windows Network: The user name could not be found.This connection has not been restored.No updates or changes have occured between yesterday and today and the three other client computers have no similar problems.Just this one client has the error.
I have a Packard Bell Laptop using Windows XP OS and doesn't have Wireless Connection. So long ago i bought a Linksys by Cisco Wireless-G Notebook Adapter WPC54G v.1.2 but didn't have time to set it up or use it for travelling conditions. A couple years later when i came back to check on the laptop, i noticed that i lost the setup CD. So i went on the Linksys website and looked for the driver the download. On the back of the Adapter(card) it says it is version 1.2. But this version is unavailable on the Linksys Website. I could only find v.1, 2,3,3.1 and 7. v.1 gives a driver of v3.1 etc... AND NOT VICE-VERSA.So first when i inserted the card into the slot , the PC didnt detect it. It only detected it rarely if i insert another driver (eg: USB..). And so a window would pop up to install but i didnt know what to do there. When i downloaded the v.1 driver from the website and installed it, it seemed not the detect the card either, it would just say searching for wireless, but that's it. It would keep searching for hours even when im next to the router.finally, only the Power led light on the card is lit up but not the "Link" led.
I just turned on 2 Wirelless LAN Controllers 5508 and I am getting this message on both of them:
Loading primary image (Image not found)
** Unable to read "linux.pri.img" from ide 0:2 **
Loading backup image (Image not found)
** Unable to read "linux.bak.img" from ide 0:2 **
And it is taking me to the BootMenu. I selected option 4 to Clear Configuration and the controller seems to restart the system but I still get the same error. I checked the LEDs status and Sys is Amber and Alarm is OFF which according to the documentation is a System Crash.
I ran an error fix on AVG and the AVG one time tune up and not my HP Mini cannot connect to the internet. WLAN is on. It says "No wireless networks were found in range"...when it was just connected before I ran AVG program and has been for monthsWhen I try auto repair it does not find network. When I open Network Connections it says Wireless network Connection 2 Not connected, Firewalled Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN
Basically my laptop was connected to the Internet fine and has been for as long as I can remember but today it just suddenly stopped working and when I clicked on 'View available networks' it gave me the message 'No wireless networks were found in range. Make sure the wireless switch on your computer is on. To see an updates list, click "Refresh network list."'. The strange thing is that I'm connected to the wireless network on my phone so it must be in range.I'm using a Samsung laptop (Not sure of the model) that is running on windows xp.It doesn't have wireless connectivity built in so I am connected to the wireless using an 802.11 USB Wireless LAN Card network adaptor that is made by Ralink Technology, which is working properly according to the device status.
i have a laptop running Vista which will connect to wireless network, but will not connect to internet. I have tried connecting direct to router and also deleting wireless connection & reinstalling with no luck. I can however use a mobile broadband usb dongle and connect to the internet with no problem - appears to be a problem with connecting via something other than mobile broadband?
I just installed a PCI Wireless Lan Card. I selected my network, and the computer says I am connected, but when I attempt to go to facebook via firefox, or go to runescape via its application, the page comes up server not found
I have a compaq presario V5000 with Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN installed. I recently tried to set up Wireless connection and "No Wireless Networks are available". My roommate has no problem connecting to the Wireless Network so I don't think its a problem with the router/modem. Also, I am unable to detect ANY networks (neighbors etc.).I have installed most recent driver (Driver 5.60.350.6)
I have just installed a Intel Pro wireless card into a HP Compaq nc6120 laptop, downloaded the basic drivers from HP's website but I get "no networks found in range".I've followed this thread: [SOLVED] Laptop Can't Find Wireless NetworkThe laptop was previously using a Sweex USB plugin adaptor and this had been working fine for years. I just fancied getting an internal card for this laptop - but cant seem to get it so work.
I have a problem with my Toshiba Qosimio F20 running on Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2.I install Kaspersky Pure 2.0 and reboot the PC and the wireless internet stops working, (although i never had such a problem with this PC)i try to search for wireless networks but non are found in range although if i search using Config Free Program (came with the PC from Toshiba) it finds the networks.