Pc Lost Connection With Wifi After Installing A New Printer And Cannot Reconnect?
Jan 8, 2012
went to uninstall the other two and then went to install our new one on the main computer.I have now lost connection with the wifi to this pc and only this one. (the internet still works on two laptops) unfortunately i need this computer for work and therefore need the internet quite urgently. Perhaps uninstalled something by accident and if so what is it and what can i download?
i just recently went back to the work force and i needed to get a laptop connected to the office router..but we didnt know the password.4 hours later all we managed to do it get knocked off line on the directly connected pc..i was disgusted with the people...but i also noticed then when the typed in the ip address in the search bar it would not pull up the Admin box..it just pulled up a search result.We changed the ethernet cords back n forth..just a real mess while speaking with them.
I lost my network connection after installing Microsoft office 2010.. what can I do to get it back ? I know it is this as i have been fussing with my computer all day.. I created a system restore point just before I installed it.. had network connection.. installed office 2010 and now once I rebooted I dont.. I am running Win 7 enterprise.
I have a Linksys E2000 router. I am trying to install an Epson NX230 printer on my home network. Apparently, the Epson printer has a MAC address assigned to it. My network cannot find the printer. I looked at my riuter setup and the MAC Address Clone has two buttons, Enabled Disabled. The Disabled button is clicked on. Accdording to documentation I foudn on this website, it looks like I can Enabled the MAC Address clone button. The document also mentgioend entereding the MAC address for a PC.
If I enable the MAC Address Clone, do I enter the MAC address for the printer or during the install process does the MAC address get installed also
windows was unable to connect dlink (router) is message i receive on my laptop after setting my son's nintendo 3ds to the wifi connection. internet connection is otherwise fine on other devices in home.
Region : Netherlands Model : TL-WR1043ND Hardware Version : v1 Firmware Version : V1_120405 ISP : UPC
After buying and installing i get no wlan/wifi connection.I do have internet by ethernet, the laptops and ipad sees the wlan/wifi but get no connection? Resetting re-installing manualy or with the wizard doesn't work.
win xp I work at a junior high school. A lot of the computers are part of a work group so they can share printers.
I'm having problems connecting to a printer. It has worked for a long time, it's still my default printer, but when I try to access it, it gives me a spooling error.
Now here's why I think it's a network problem.I can't access the main computer's network location (the one hooked up directly to the printer). All the other computers come up on the networkjust fine. And the one in question is only able to access very few computers in the network browser. let me simplify:
computer A/ brother printershared computer B/no longer sees A on network A/ sees only a small portion of other computers on network B/ sees all computers but A
Again, I don't think it's a spooler problem. It probably gives that error because it's a default printer with a lost connection.
Just had a new wifi usb adapter delivered today and tried to connect my desktop pc from my room to the bt home hub 2.0 in the kitchen. This is only 13meters max to walk and 10m if going through 2 or 3 walls. I installed the ralink drivers and plugged in the adapter which my computer then installed fine. It will pick up some networks including mine which i managed to connect to but only at a very low rate. Not after very long the connection will disappear and so will all the other houses networks. If i then pull it out and plug it in again they appear again for a short while?
I use my parents packard bell netbook in my room and it works fine. It could well be the case that this adapter was pretty cheap from amazon and you get what you pay for..
This and the two attachments contain your required info. BT Broadband BT Home Hub 2.0 DSL
I am actually able to have fun surfing on the Net with this toy computer, provided I don't expect to watch videos or listen to music or download anything. I bought it for a few Euros in France where it is known as the "SurfOne mini PC Ref. INOS1CE"; I think it is the same as the Chinese "OEM mini laptop netbook". It has a 7" screen, a 2 MB memory and claims to run on Windows CE 6.0.My problem is that after successfully connecting via WiFi to my "Orange Livebox" modem and router for a few days, I then lost that connection and can connect now only by cable.When I turn on WiFi power, it recognizes the "Livebox", but then states that it is not receiving any signal and the connection fails. How to restore WiFi.
after few years without problem with wifi connection at my home, four month ago began wifi lost connection.
4 iphone with assigned ip address; 3 Portable PC (2 with dhcp and N band, 1 with assigned ip with G band) Router is not too far from wifi equipment the wifi is protected with WPA-PSK
Often during day, on pc and iphone we have lost connection, we can see in settting the SSID of my wifi lan, but if we try to connect recive message:Unable to connect to casa(casa is my ssid), on router the wifi led is green fix (not blinking) and only after a few minutes or many try wifi return aviable (for all equipments at the same time and the wifi led blinking)If I want quick connection, without attempt, i simply power off router and after power on, the wifi connection begin aviable!
1. changed SSID, very different from other SSID of my neighbors;
2. changed class of ip address (from 192.168.x.x. to 10.16.x.x);
I have a wire ADSL connection and I use ADSL WiFi enabled router for distribute my internet connection with in my other devices (on my home network). When I downloading large files (more than 30MB) over the internet using my WiFi connection, my connection drop several times. However if I exchange large files within my WiFi network (with in home network via WiFi), my WiFi connection not drop (I can exchange 6GB files without any issue). Why is that? Is it my router issue or my ADSL connection issue? Most of the time after I lost internet connection, i can see my WiFi connectivity standby, it's not disconnect. However some time it completely disconnect. After I lost the connection (standby or completely disconnected) it again automatically connect.
I face this issue if i download large files on the internet, via the WiFi, if i download large files on internet using Ethernet cable, my connection not drop, it's stable. I use default wireless settings on my router? I use open WiFi connection.
I'm having issue with wireless connection on Belkin router F5D7633-4.Every 1-2 days my router disconnect and reconnect for no apparent reasons. When this happens, it affects it's wifi. All the devices in my house couldn't connect via wireless to this router. The only way to get these devices connected is to manually reboot the router.Do you know how to allow the router to allow many devices connected at same time?
My router's wireless connection goes down intermittently,about once a day. I can access the network with a machine that has a hardwired connection to the router only. To get it back up I have to perform the following steps.1) Reset the router.2) Go to the router web page, http:\192.168.1.13) Set router name4) Set router password5) Set wireless network name6) set wireless network secuity mode: WEP7) set wireless network password
LinkSys WRT54G V3.1 router with firmware update V4.21.1
My WRT54G lost the WiFi connection. I can get the internet if I connect the cable from my modem to my computer but my wireless connection is gone. So it's an issue with the router or settings. I called Linksys and was told the settings would have to be reset/updated. I was told there would e a fee. I did not want to pay a fee. I'd like to try to resolve myself.
I bought a new EA3500 too replace my old WRT120N. After I replace it with the same configuration as I had in WRT120N, my dongle Wifi WN100 (Atheros) stop working. Even it indicates that Wifi is connected and dispyed in DHCP current table, I can't ping the device from my PC connected to the router.I rolled back to my WRT120N and all works again.
I have a problem with my laptop, it is an HP DV6449us with a broadcom wireless wifi card. My problem is, that my wifi will be working one second, and the next it will disconnect me, and wont let me reconnect! It will show me available connections, and will try to connect, but, fails. Usually happens when waking up from sleep, or using the laptop for long periods of time.
iPad connects fine to WiFi leave it idle for 20mins and then when you wake it up, it doesnt reconnect. It is not just this 1 pad, i have about 20 users in the office with same problems.So far i have tried the following:
1. Update router firmware 2. Network initially had split up so each floor router was a DHCP server now only 1 DHCP server. 3. Test with different security WPA/WPA2 and No security. 4. Connect to different wireless router. 5. Try Apple's Airport but doesnt work in corporate enviornment(couldnt even get it working at home) 6. Try adjusting screen brightness (not in a million years is this a fix!!). 7. Static Addressing not an option as too many devices and it is not a fix.
I've been trying to install our rwireless Hp printer on my laptop. I've had it installed and working, but then it goes offline and won't print. I've uninstalled and reinstalled to no avail. Now it has the error symbol on it (yellow circle withan exclamation mark)
I have been using my ACER tablet with my Netgear router for several months with no problems at all. Then last night I decided to restore my tablet to its default settings, meaning that all my programs, apps, files, etc., were erased. Then I rebooted my tablet and started from scratch, entering the requested information. Everything appeared to be going just fine until I turned on Wi-Fi and attempted to connect to my network (Secured with WPA2), which was available and showed Good signal strength. I clicked on it, then attempted to enter my password. As soon as I entered the first digit of my password, the option to Connect to the Internet immediately disappeared, becoming greyed-out. Repeated attempts to connect failed for the same reason.
I called ACER Level 2 Support and tried a couple of procedures which didn't solve the problem. One was pushing the Reset Button twice. The technician told me that I may have a problem with my router settings. He suggested that I go to a local fast food outlet and see if I could connect there. I went to McDonald's and was able to get on the Net without using a password. I returned home and tried again to connect, but still was unable to enter my password.
Would it make sense for me to completely disconnect my router from everything, then reconnect and go through that set-up process all over again? I guess I would have to change my User Name & Password, or whatever is required. Also, if I go this route, should I change my security setting from WPA2 to a different option -- WEP, for example? I just don't want to foul things up to the point where my laptop wouldn't work. I doubt that would happen. I recently received the Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade which has been working satisfactorily; however, it does mean that I'm now attempting to start over from scratch with a different operating system.
I'm installing WIFI for my personal business, and want to make sure my server and modem are unaccessable by WIFI users. I have the modem set to 192.168.1.1 and router(wifi) to 10.0.0.1. The problem is i can still type in 192.168.1.10 (server's ip address) or 192.168.1.1 while on WIFI and i get can still get to both.
I have been successfully printing to my HP 8250 printer USB connected to my e4200 router for nearly a year from my xp ethernet pc and 2 windows 7 wireless laptops. Today nothing could print to it and when I deleted and tried to reinstall using cisco connect it tells me I am trying to connect an unsupported device both on ethernet XP PC and wireless windows 7 laptop. I have installed no new software or drivers this year. I have had to regress to attaching the printer back to the XP PC and sharing it which obviously means the PC now needs to be switched on to print.
I am running an ASUS laptop with Windows 7. My wireless has been working fine, but my room is quite far from the router, so I bought a signal-booster USB aerial made by Realtek (REALTEK 11n USB Wireless LAN Driver and Utility). It came with a small software CD too which I installed, and it worked fine for two days and boosted my wireless signal.However (you knew it was coming, the story can't stay happy) soon the red light on the USB booster stopped blinking and it showed the red 'x' where my wifi connections are. I couldn't get it to re-establish a connection without doing a full system restore and re-installing the USB signal booster, which would then work again for a short amount of time (maybe a day, maybe an hour). And worse, now when the USB booster is unplugged from the computer my laptop will not return to recognising wireless connections like it did before I installed the USB signal booster. It simply does not find any connections - the only time it does is directly after I have re-installed the software from the small disc which came with the Realtek USB signal booster.
I have now uninstalled the Software and anything made by Realtek but still it is finding no connections.Now I would just like to find a way to get back to where I started when my computer was finding all wireless connections like normal... a connection with a weak signal is better than this nightmare of constantly restoring my computer just to get a brief connection
Installed windows server 2008 and enabled wireless in the server manager but when I try to install any drivers for the wifi I get the error message "must install in windows 98 (SE), windows me, windows 2000, windows xp, win 2003, vista!"server 2008 uses vista drivers?
I have a WRT54G2 V1 linksys wireless router. I was going to upgrade it to DD-WRT and install it at my mother's house. It was working before upgrading it to dd-wrt. I followed the directions located at:Linksys WRT54G2 v1.0 - DD-WRT WikiAfter following the directions and doing a hard reboot I was able to log into the router but was unable to connect to the internet via WiFi and/or Ethernet.My internet enabled TV and wireless labtop detected the ssid made by the router but could not connect to the internet. I am able to connect to the internet using a old Netgear WGR614 v6 router.
i have lost my sky wifi security password and i was wondering if i can get an instant reply and talk to a person and not a computer about how i can get my wifi password.On the router ther is a sticker with all these codes on it and none of them seem to work at all when i type them in on my other laptops and computers
I have been asked to install a ASA5505 on a home network. The home network has a home broadband connection which the ISP provider supplies with an IP address. This is only for 6 weeks until the new line comes in. I know this is going to cause problems but we have no choice but to impletment this.
My questions are below.
1, We have a home hub supplied by the ISP which is configured by an IP address which is NOT static. Can we not use the ASA 5505 instead. I know that if our ISP change the IP address we have to change the IP address on the 5505.
2, Will we be able to use the home network broadband to create a secure connection?
I have seen this at two sites now: after migrating the site T1 to 10-Mbps Opt-E-MAN and replacing old 10/100 switches with 10/100/1000 switches, users frequently get http connection errors. The error goes away if the user reloads the page--sometimes they have to reload more than once. They never had this problem before.I thought it was due to the large number of 5-port desktop switches infesting the networks (I'm getting rid of them as fast as I can) but it happens even on a PC directly connected to one of the new GigE switches. It does not happen when accessing internal web pages. It looks like a DNS failure -- but nothing has changed in our DNS setup, except that users have a fatter pipe to our DNS servers.
My HP laptop connects to the router via wifi always. However page loading is very slow. The google home page can take 30-40 seconds. The other laptop we have works fine. If I connect the HP laptop to the router using a cable it runs very quickly always. I have nortons security installed on the HP laptop.I ran ipconfig/all. I pinged the router default gateway address and got back 192.168.0.1. This worked. I then opened a browser and tried to load a page. It was slow to load.I ran ipconfig/all again. The default gateway address had changed. When I pinged the original default gateway address it was losing 1-2 packets and the other packets were very slow. It seems like the router or wifi is losing packets and the default gateway address keeps changing.
I turned off the wifi and used a cable to the router. I ran ipconfig/all. I pinged the router default gateway address and got back 192.168.0.1. I did this several times and the same address came back. Unlike the wifi example above nothing was changing.It must be this laptop's settings as our two smartphones connect to the wifi router and the other laptop as well and speed is not an issue.
I just installed a Netgear WiFi extender. In order to set all the preferences, it wants a password and login and I have no idea what that is. I tried everything I could think of, but no go. how to reset the pw and figure out what my login is? Have had no response that addresses this problem. I am using Win 7 and I have an ARRIS cable modem. I've already gone thru the users guide with a fine tooth comb and have found nothing. I have been using WiFi on Netgear equipment for years, so it's not a new network. I also tried the login=admin and password=password and that didn't work.