A friend of mine has experienced a crash with her Toshiba Satellite while watching a vid on the net.It froze completely so she did a battery pull and re-booted the system.After booting up Windows 7 after the password screen the laptop crashed completely.
The same problem occurred once again so she loaded Windows in safe mode with networking. The computer seemed to function normally so she rebooted into normal mode.Since then everything appears to be functioning except the Wifi (that was used in conjunction with an ADSL net connection).The LED where the Wifi switch is no longer lights up and no Wifi connection can be made.I suspect that as a result of the initial crash the connection settings may have been reset but perhaps the Wifi in the laptop itself has just died and needs to be repaired.
I know it could just be corrupted drivers or something - I updated the drivers for something called "Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter" using the auto update feature in Windows Device Manager but it didn't solve the problem.
Have 13 DCS-920 Every few days a few random cameras will will hang/become unresponsive at random intervals. The cameras require that I unplug the cameras before they will respond. When the cameras are unresponsive I cannot access the camera via a web browser, the D-View Cam software, or the setup wizard. This is a problem as they are all mounted in positions requiring a ladder to access.
I have some connected via 802.11g and other hard wired over 10/100 cat-6 Ethernet cable.
I have been atte;ting to connect to m home wifii but all it says is "cannot connect" I can see the connection then once i attempy to connect it disappears and i must restart to try again. I tried turning wifii off and on again on the laptop.I checked the password on another device and I am entering it correctly. Ive reset the IP address and reset the router.
My pc desktop is connected to the wireless router by the ethernet cable and the laptop is connected through the wifi. now i want to connect laptop to the pc so that i can work on my desktop pc through the laptop, i can view the files and even edit them.
Computer specification: Windows XP with intel core 2 duo Laptop specification: Windows 7 with intel core 2 duo
I have had a very stable wifi with my 615 for the last year. No problems with my desktop (Vista) or laptop (Vista) or other comp(XP). Just purchased a new laptop (Windows 7) which knocks out my wifi every 5-10 minutes. Cycle power and back up she comes. Now its to the point that when sometime when the wifi goes down..it also knocks out my hard line connection. This is also corrected with a power cycle. I've tried every "tip" I could find through Google (channel 11, only wpa-only, 802.11n only,etc.)and updated the firmware to "Current Firmware Version : 2.25 Current Firmware Date : 2008/05/16 " Again...this problem only reared it's ugly head when I brought the Windows 7 OS into the mix. It seems like its could be related to uploads as it drops my wifi while sending emails or posting. I've also noticed a drop in my upload speed (speedtest) from my hard line comp.
Son's new Windows 7 comp causes same issue. And..I can stream Pandora all day without a problem with my tablet but as soon as a Windows 7 comp connects, the crashes begin.
I know the wifi in the laptop works, i know the laptop has no issues.I know this because i switched my hard drive from my 1330 to this laptop which is also a 1330...connects and works fine.Wifi IS turned on In device manager the driver is ok no exclamation marks anywhere When i try and connect with the ethernet i get identifying no network access, then it says currently connected to unidentified network, no network access! You cannot browse.So that being said it must be in the setting with windows 7.I uninstalled and reinstalled the wifi driver it did not make any difference.I also tried using a Ethernet connection and it would not connect either.When i use the win 7 trubleshooter it states a network cable is not properly plugged in or may be broken.Remember this laptop functions fine with my hard drive in it with windows xp.
I have tried restarting my laptop multiple times (something that usually works for me in terms of reconnecting to the internet) but that didn't work. And like i said it does not recognize a single wi-fi network while my ipod, phone, and the other computers in my household recognize our wi-fi and our usual neighbors wi-fi without any problem.I was torrentingsome music yesterday, and may or may not have stumbled across a bad site with a virus, but that's the only conclusion I could make.(Currently posting this on my brother's computer)I need to get my connection back and get online again asap?
Have a new Gateway laptop running W8. I have to use Windows diagnostics in Sharing centre to reset the connection although it looks like it is still up.( page cannot be displayed ). Once reset and fixe all is ok until pc goes into sleep mode, then I have to reset again.
I've had some trouble with this and I post here, because I ran into this topic which is almost the same as my problem.Recently I started renting out one of my rooms to this guy with a Windows laptop. Everything I have is Apple:- iMac (with Windows in dualboot)- Macbook (with Windows in dualboot)- iPhone iPad- Airport Extreme (that is connected to the modem/router from the ISP by cable to create its own, more stable, wireless network)I never had any trouble with this network, not when my Macbook is running Windows or when classmates come over to work on a project (some have Windows), but as soon as this guy moved in, the internet started acting weird.Example: The internet is working fine, but when my flatmate comes home and opens his laptop, the internet crashes. Any process that was already connected, continues to work fine (e.g. a downloading torrent-file), but any new "assignment" for the internet just creates an error in Chrome ("the page does not exist" or "the server took too long to respond" for example). At those times, I can't even connect to my router through 192.168.1.1, but the WiFi still works (I can stream videos over the network from iMac to iPad without a problem). After about 2 minutes, the internet is up again, only to repeat the above after about 10 minutes.
I now have denied his MAC-address access from our router, because it was impossible to do schoolwork or just basic browsing, but I would like to just give him access of course! (it's in the contract)I'm going to call my ISP tomorrow and ask what they think is wrong, but I'm 99% certain it's my new renter's laptop. He claims his computer is completely clean, but I'm suspecting there is some kind of process running that just clogs all DNS-requests (or am I saying something weird now?
My laptop is reading a full WiFi signal from my router. I am currently connected to the router via Ethernet on the same laptop. I've been reading tons of old threads to troubleshoot this. I'm at a loss. I have used this current networking hardware for more than a year without any problems. I do have a pretty old router but my iPod connects to the WiFi no problem at the moment. Here's what I've tried so far:
- soft reset of router - power cycle modem and router - removed saved network information from the laptop
My laptop, windows 7, is telling me there are no connections available. My iPad and phone are connected. I've removed my wifi network and replaced it, I've restarted my laptop, I've deleted other networks.
I've got a Dell laptop with Windows 7 and I'm unable to connect to public wifi. I have a home wireless connection that I'm able to connect to, and I'm able to connect at friends houses. But when I try to connect at a local coffee shop, it doesn't work.
I saw a thread from early 2010 which described the issue I am currently having to a T. I am on a Belkin Wireless G with Mimo router and it runs perfectly either on LAN or WLAN, until my new roommate's MacBook gets on there at the same time. As soon as the MAC connects, I get a blue screen of death and the PC restarts. I have been battling this issue for over a week now and have absolutely narrowed it down to the Mac/wireless area.
I have already uninstalled/reinstalled my wireless drivers and thought that had fixed the issue(it worked fine for 4 days), until the roommate returned from out of town and connected the Mac to the Wireless....then WAMMO, like clockwork, back came the BSoD. This seems like a very unique problem, as I have done many searches online and the one I mentioned on here is the only one I could find that accurately described my issue.
For reference, I have posted the link to the previous case below. Unfortunately, no solutions, other than reinstall drivers (which I have already done) are posted. I tried everything in that thread and my settings appear to all be the same as his. Is it possible this is just some rare Windows 7 glitch that has never been resolved?
I have an asus K52f laptop running windows 7, and i cant connect to my schools wifi router, some Cisco model. However i can connect with my iTouch and most apple computers can connect. My friend who has an HP on Win7 was able to connect. I asked him how and he said something about changing the properties of the network card so it was on cisco. Im not sure what he meant, and when he tried on my computer he said i needed to update the card something
DSL Modem>E4200>100' Cat6>SE2500>6' Cat6>Dell XPS 420 Windows 7 In this setup windows 7 crashes everytime about 2 mins If I go Cat6 to computer there is no issue at all The first 6' cable I used would only give a 10Mb connection The second 6' give 1Gb but still crashes everytime The E4200 has only to ports used one for the SE2500 and one for a Cisco SD2005 The SD2005 is connected to a Revue, Squeezebox, Sony BDP, and a Dish Network 722 I am also using WET610N to a trendnet 4port switch with a Dish 922 and a Sony BDP which I am tring to eliminate the WET610N by hard wiring everything. This is the purpose of the new ES2500.
DSL Modem>E4200>100' Cat6>SE2500>6' Cat6>Dell XPS 420 Windows 7 In this setup windows 7 crashes everytime about 2 mins If I go Cat6 to computer there is no issue at all The first 6' cable I used would only give a 10Mb connection The second 6' give 1Gb but still crashes everytime
The E4200 has only to ports used one for the SE2500 and one for a Cisco SD2005 The SD2005 is connected to a Revue, Squeezebox, Sony BDP, and a Dish Network 722 I am also using WET610N to a trendnet 4port switch with a Dish 922 and a Sony BDP which I am tring to eliminate the WET610N by hard wiring everything. This is the purpose of the new ES2500.
Region : Poland Model : TD-W8968 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : TD-W8968_V1_120926 ISP :
Recently I've switched to Windows 8 Pro 32bit (from Win XP) and since that moment I have problems with USB Printer Controller Utility. I was able to print test page successfully but printing larger documents (for example PDF file, about 15MB of data needs to be transferred to the printer) results in blue screen of death. Additionally if USB Printer Controller Utility is started "automatically wit Windows" switching user results in BSOD about 30 seconds after the second instance of Printer Controlled is loaded. Right now I've not found any way to use USB Printer connected to TD-W8968 while using W8. WhoCrashes states that the crash cause was Printer Controller Utility. It is very easy to reproduce the crash.
Both firmware and the utility was downloaded from [URL] According to this webpage TD-W8968_V1_USB Printer Controller Utility( For Windows) works in Windows 8.
I am running Windows XP. The machine used to be on a Domain, but I took it off. Now, when I reboot the machine, the Server service is gone, and I have to get it back buy Uninstalling then Reinstalling Microsoft File and Printer Sharing in the internet connections dialog. Is there some security policy or something that prevent the Server service from running at boot?
I've a WRV210 Wireless-G VPN Router with RangeBooster, that logs this alert almost every time, "Packet type : 0 -- free socket buffer only".Also each time that some devices, like Android, are connected to the Wifi, the wifi starts a reboot and drop cycle.
Some extra context information, I've connected to the router a Cisco Gigabit switch and all the wired devices are connected to the switch, that could overload the router? Other point I've a Cisco VOIP gateway connected to the router and a few VPN's and firewall rules setup.
I am running an E3000 router with 1.0.04 build 6 Dec 6, 2010 firmware. I have two computers on a wired Gigabit LAN and others on WiFi (802.11g). At first, all works well and I get normal throughput via the WiFi computers.However, after about a week, WiFi speeds crawl to a fraction of what I normally get (from 12-13 Mbps down to 1-2 Mbps and from 4.8 Mbps up to less than 1 Mbps). My cable modem service is 40 Mbps down and 5 Mbps up (I get 38.9 down and 4.9 up via the LAN based computers)
How I resolve this? I need to reboot the router! Once it comes back on-line, my throughput on WiFi is restored UNTIL the following week where speeds are back to a crawl. While WiFi crawls, the LAN based computers still enjoy maximum throughput.
Windows XP is installed in my laptop. It shows windows counterfeiting issue and popup the message whenever I open the laptop. If I use internet through wire, it works fine but Wi-Fi is not connected in my system. It also doesn’t show WPA2-PSK option for network authentication.how to configure Wi-Fi in my laptop.
I'm having an issue with the wifi speed on my laptop we have just upgraded to virgins "super hub" and my internet speed is now very slow all 4 of my house mates have no issues with there internet speed. My laptop was working fine before the change and works on other networks without any issues. I have updated all the drivers?
My laptop and my android phone wifi's are working properly. However I'm unable to connect wifi in another laptop, a Toshiba Qosmio windows 7. The laptop detects the wifi connection but when I put the key for the wifi it does not connect. My old laptop and phone wifi are working fine. Just not the new laptop
I have 3 laptops, 1 destop, and xbox.However, only my laptop with wifi is very slow.it just happened all of a sudden however, it is fast with an Ethernet cable plugged in. This just happened last night. The other 2 laptops run fast with wifi