Asus X52JT / Connect Windows 7 Pro 64bit PC To OEM Version Laptop
Sep 2, 2011
Im trying to connect my Windows 7 professional 64-bit Pc to my Windows 7 64-bit OEM-version laptop. The Pc has a gigabyte motherboard, and the laptop is an ASUS X52JT.But connecting them doesn't work.When i connected the above-mentioned laptop with another laptop, it worked. But not when i try to connect it to my PC. They don't show up on 'Network'.So i tried even making an ad-hoc network and connect them both to it, but they didn't show up then either .. I have made sure that "File sharing" is enabled on both computers.
I'm using a Windows 7 ASUS laptop, with a Netgear RangeMax Wireless Router model WPN824v2. I can connect to the internet when I am connected directly to the router, but as soon as I take the ethernet cable out, my computer can't detect anything. On device manager, under the network adapter tab, there are two items.Atheros AR8151 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (NDIS 6.20) Atheros AR9002WB-1NG Wireless Network Adapter.The wireless network adapter has a small yellow exclamation mark on its icon."Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52)" [code]
I recently got a new laptop with Windows 7 running 64bit OS. Setup the laptop with no firewall and no Antivirus programs. After installing the Any connect 2.5 VPN application I was able to successful connect to our ASA. I noticed if my laptop went into standby mode or if I rebooted the laptop the "Cisco Anyconnect Agent" is not running under service even though it is set to Automatic.
I have uninstalled and reinstall with no success and have even tried the new version 3.x with the same result. If I go into services and start the anyconnect agent I can launch the application and connect to my company with no problems. I was able to replicate this issue on a co-workers new laptop running Win7 64 that has no applications on it.
My laptop normally always works on the wireless network, but every now and then its randomly stopped working and said "identifying network" followed by "could not identify network, unidentified network." When i would troubleshoot it would say stuff about the default gateway and not a valid ip address. THis was fine because it would always just start working on its own in a day or so. However these arnt coming up when i do the troubleshoot this time, and its been over a week and no improvement.Im obviously writing this from the desktop. and the stats below are the desktop stats.
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 126.96.36.199 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium , Service Pack 1, 64 bit Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 930 @ 2.80GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 5 Processor Count: 8 RAM: 6135 Mb Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465, 1024 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 953766 MB, Free - 437284 MB; Motherboard: MSI, MSI X58 Pro-E (MS-7522), 3.0, To be filled by O.E.M. Antivirus: Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2012, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled
my specs are:[CODE]After i re-installed win 7 home premium 64 bit edition i've managed to install successfully the Realtek PCIe GBE driver but when i connect the router directly to the laptop i got no internet.Meanwhile windows did not recognized the WiFi network card Atheros 9285.i tried diffrent driver and though it had been installed, in Device manager i only see "Bluetooth generic module" and in the "change adapter setting" i only have Local Area Connection.
The other day i was on my mums laptop (ASUS X5DIJ) at her house all working fine the battery died so i plugged it in and started it up again however the charger cant have been fully connected and once back in windows the battery died again on the next boot i noticed windows said it had found the system CMOS/real time clock and had installed drivers for it. checked the driver details it says no driver files are required just like it should ever since then it connects to the network but will not connect to the internet at her house or at mine through wireless and ethernet cable although all other computers work fine windows troubleshooter says "Windows could not automatically detect this networks proxy settings"
I've tried resetting routers and laptop = no change netsh winsock reset and netsh int ipv4 reset = no change ipconfig /flushdns = no change ipconfig /registerdns = no change
I have Asus laptop that will not connect to the internet. It finds wireless networks and will not connect. It keeps saying identifying network and then says unsucessful. It was working fine and then just stopped working and will not reconnect.
I built a desktop to replace my laptop and set it aside for two weeks. So I go back to the laptop and it says the networks available but I can't connect to the router. It reminds of the first time I wired a network at work. All the wireless info seems to be right I went to my RT-nu Asus router and reset that. That seems to be OK. DCHP is OK password for the WPA seems OK. I did upgrade the firmware to the router but that worked ok. That won't have affected the laptop in anyway would it? I do have a preprogram of WIN 8 but its not telling I have to buy it yet. Whoa, how could it if I can't get on the net. Do you think that might be it? Everything on the laptop works well otherwise and it's not informing to but Win 8.
I have an ASUS laptop and wifi is turned on by fn+f2, on the laptop and other devices like ipod touches can connect to wifi but my laptop can't. When you click where the bars of how strong the wifi is it says No connections are available. It does work with an ethernet cable, however I've tried almost everything I know and wifi still doesn't work. It just stopped working yesterday.
I just bought a new Asus laptop and when I try to connect to the intenet through the router on my desktop, it doesn't let me access. The laptop picks up the router, Cisco by the way, Fast Penguin, but shows the word "limited" when I try to connect.
I have a new ASUS N53S laptop and cannot get it to connect to an existing Airport Express network. It can connect to other networks. 1. Other machines can connect to the Airport Express network, including a Toshiba Satellite PC, iPhone, and MacBook. 2. The Passkey is valid and works for the devices identified in (2) 3. When entering the valid passkey, the network rejects it and says the passkey is invalid 4. I have opened the Airport Express utility and changed the passkey to a new one, and all of the devices identified in (2) were able to connect -- but the ASUS laptop still cannot connect, the system still rejects it from the ASUS laptop and says "passkey invalid"
I have an Asus N10E laptop that won't properly connect wirelessly, Windows home ver 2002 installed, Atheros AR5007EG wireless adapter, ATT DSL modem, and Cisco Linksys E2000 wireless router. My other computers connect without difficulty. Connection says it is authenticated and excellent but browsere won't load - "Can't resolve domain name". I also tried to download the TSGSysInfo but avast! says it has a virus.
About two weeks ago, I took out the old motherboard of my HP computer and put in a new ASUS M4A88T-M. The board is amazing, especially for the money, except that I can't connect to the internet.So, for the last two weeks I've power-cycled about a billion times, ipconfig /this/that/and the next thing over and over, I've winsocked, I've turned programs on and off and on again, checked that the LAN is enabled in BIOS, firewall is off, and probably a bunch other things from the 100's of google pages I've searched.I spent 45 minutes on the phone with my ISP, and the guy was 99% sure there is something wrong with the NIC. Windows says that the device is working correctly, and I think that it is. There must be some setting, some driver, something that will reconnect me to the internet.
I wan to access a folder shared on windows 2003 server 32bit from a Windows 7 64bit ultimate WS. but after asking password, beside giving correct password, it asks again and agian and do not show folder
CISCO 2811 router. Windows 7 64bit CISCO Client 5.0.07.0440 64bit HP Probook 4530s - 4 GB ram; Core i5
The issue is we recently purcahsed new laptops for our inspectors. They where running Windows XP 32 bit with CISCO Client 5.0.01 and every thing worked fine. When I upgraded them to the new laptops I am having issues with the VPN. The symptom is that the VPN connects ok and you can download files from the servers ok but when you try to up load a file that is larger than 80 KB it hangs on "Discovering Items..." then times out. What I have tried is:I hooked one of the laptops into the LAN and connect the VPN and the uploads work fine.I setup a SoHo router in our DMZ and hook the laptop to it and I have the problem my users are having at home as described above.Tryed truning off all Windows Fire Walls. -> Fails on upload.Tryed stopping the "Indexing Service". -> Fails on upload.Updated the CISCO client to the latest version. -> Fails on upload.Removed Anti-Virus. -> Fails on upload.Used IP addresses in place of FQDN. -> Fails on upload.We have other Windows VIST 32bit computers and they do not have these problems with their VPN. These are our first 64bit computers. I really do not want to down grade to Windows 7 32bit.I can make the running config available upon request but I doubt that is the issue being that our other computers are working fine but if there is something I need to do with the tunnel to get around this issue, I am game.
I have a Netgear Duo RND2110 that I have installed in the system. One of the computers (Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit) will not allow me to access the Duo. I get the following message:-\192.168.?.?? is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you access permission. Login failure: accour currently disabled.
I have a medialink USB adapter and medialink wireless router. I've had them configured for a couple of months and both seem to work fine. The issue is with only one system (main desktop computer running windows 7 64bit). I shut the system down over this past weekend and when I came back today, it said that it could not connect to the network and that the settings saved for my wireless network were incorrect.
After much frustration and googling, I finally performed a hard reset of my router (tiny button in the back) and redid all of the security settings (different SSID, different password). I finally got my desktop to connect to the network. When I connected, windows prompted me saying that I was sharing an IP address with another computer on this network. I canceled out of the prompt and my wifi worked fine. However, my computer has been randomly disconnecting from the network every few minutes for the last hour or so. I have to manually reconnect to the network every time this happens and it does not seem to stay connected for long periods of time. All other systems on the network (laptop and phone) do not have this problem.
Additional note: When first trying to fix the problem (before hard reset), I disabled the "Bonjour" service in windows AND ran the following command: netsh int ip reset C: esetlog.txt per a suggestion on a forum. I'm not sure if this would have changed anything even after the reset.
I can't find a good network driver for my old HP a1007w PC. It has a rtl8201cl internal card. I have tried several drivers and nothing works. Where to get the correnct Win 7 64 bit driver for a rtl8201cl ethernet card or give me a compatable ethernet card that I can search for a different driver.
This laptop came with Win7 32-bit on it. The company standard is Win7 64-bit. I have installed it with no problems except for the WiFi: when I install the driver I get this message in the Device Manager Properties window and the WiFi radio does not work (Intel software says no devices exist):
Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52)
The device is Intel(R) Centrino(R) Advanced-N 6205.
Is there an updated driver that I can install to get this to work?
I just recently upgraded my OS from Win XP 32 bit to Win 8 64 bit. I am trying to get everything in order and most of the drivers are now working (CCC for my graphics card, driver for my Striker). However, I am having difficulty locating the driver for 64 bit windows for my Linksys adapter.
For the moment I am running wifi by using my old XP setup (which is the only way I can post on [H]). :P
I have a Windows 7 64 Bit machine, and I cannot find a way to disable the IPv6 Loopback. I looked at the article at How to disable IP version 6 or its specific components in Windows and shows how to set HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesTcpip6ParametersDisabledComponents to various values – but none of these seems to disable IPv6 Loopback. I attempted setting this value to 0xffffffff and 0x20 – restarting my computer after each change, and I still do not get this disabled.
I am using another software called Webdriver or Selenium that gives errors when debugging if IPv6 Loopback is not disabled. It seems to attempt to connect to [::1]:7055 and fails. Is there a way to force it to connect to 127.0.0.1.