I am trying to connect my Samsung TV to the internet and keep getting a message that says NEtwork setup complete, but cannot connect to the internet. I am wondering, I have 2 network connections, a secure one and unsecure. I don't have the information/password for the secure connection anymore, so I am trying to set my TV up with the unsecure network.
So, I have TalkTalk broadband. For the past few years I have used the WiFi not connecting with the Yellow wire. But now I want to move a PC up stairs. I brought a longer White wire so it would reach from downstairs where it is plugged in to upstairs (if I just plug in modem in upstairs it will not connect) So this is the idea I have downstairs the phone that is plugged into another white wire extender that leads from the main plug in the wall. In that extender is the phone and the OTHER extender that leads upstairs to a room just above. The extender leading upstairs has the internet modem plugged into it. now the extender white wire from the other extender downstairs has one of those white square plugs. (the ones that go from the main socket and the phone and modem connects too) And that Square plug is where the modem is plugged into. BUT now this is the annoying part! it will not connect to the internet without being in the same plug as the phone downstairs!
i connect to the internet using wifi and the 5 bars slowly come up in the lower right and say i am connect but over the top of the bars i get wireless icon with yellow star over it; so whats that all about and how do i fix it nothing should be overlaying the 5 bars ?
We have a home network setup. My HP Pavilion AMD Athlon 64 laptop running Vista, shares the printer with an older desktop, AMD Athlon 1600 XP. The printer is hooked up to the older computer that I am getting rid of. I assume I will have to install the software for the printer onto my laptop so I can use it. Is there anything else I should do? Other than removing all the files etc off the old computer.
I recently found out my laptop (Windows Vista)...cannot connect to secured networks. I was to connect to router using ethernet cable before, then i can connect to an unsecured network just fine..i remember that 2 years ago i can connect to secured networks...
i can't provide the name or brand of the router since it is owned by the landlord and only provided me with the password
I have several E4200 routers deployed in our library district. In one branch, we have been having sporadic problems with computers not being able to maintain a connection. Typically the computer will connect and then the connection will drop and Windows will display the yellow error triangle on the wifi signal strength display.I have swapped the router with another brand new E4200 with the latest firmware but am still having this problem.
I can find and connect to the wireless network in our house, but it has the yellow triangle with an exclamation mark. My housemates are on the internet fine on their laptops and my xbox live is working, so it's clearly an issue with my laptop. My laptop's internet evidently works with an ethernet cable too, but I can't just go through an ethernet cable all the time since the router is in a housemate's bedroom.
I accidentally created a home network and want to remove it, as it blocks all my wireless devices.
I have a dir655 with 2.o firmware
Os on computer I set it up on is win 7 64 bit
How to make other wireless devices easily recognize it? when I try to access it the wireless computers ask me for code that I entered on setup that was printed on bottom of router but system doesn't recognize it.
I am using a Sony Vaio with the following Configurations Win 7 Professional 64 Bit SP 1 The Wireless adapter is Intel Centrino N 6230 with the drivers updated The LAN adapter is Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
This laptop is pretty new and I had been experiencing some problems with Wifi and LAN connectivity to internet.
Initially there was a yellow mark over network icon but it allowed me to access Internet. I was not bothered then..Offlate this has turned ugly. The yellow icon would not allow me to connect to internet through wifi or LAN
Sometimes LAN would connect but now a days connecting to wifi has become a real task with most of the time having to trouble shoot the connection.
Troubleshooting gives me different suggestions which are as follows
a) DHCP not enabled over wireless networks....Trying to repair the same does not work
b) Your computer seems to have been configured properly.
c) Troubleshooting cannot solve the problem
I cannot connect to wifi in office and home. I had mcafee before but removed it completely using mcafee removal tool..
I updated my graphics card driver and when I rebooted, the wireless wasn't working. I went into device manager, and all the network adapters listed there had a yellow exclamation mark beside them. Attempts to disable/enable and uninstall/reinstall haven't worked. I'm at a total loss. I've tried system restore but it failed, and I've tried reinstalling the graphics card driver update, but that hasn't worked either.
I have a HP 6530b Laptop, and on-board Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet adapter.When I remove my laptop from the docking station, I obviously lose Network connectivity, however, when I replace the laptop back (or even just plug in a cable directly), I cannot reconnect to the network until I reboot.When I open Network and Sharing Center (Win7), and click change adapter settings the adapter is missing from the list (after i have removed laptop from docking station).
how to connect Hotspot shield automatically on startup of Windows xp By checking the option to show on startup it starts on the tray but doesn't connect Is there a command line or something to do to connect it automatically ?
See attached diagram, which shows me using the tp-link router to protect my internal network from the guest network for internal security.Should I put the tp-link router into a DMZ on the first main Orcon router to be able to make remote access form the web into my network? I have an IP camera etc that I need to access from the WWW. If I do this does this have any security implications; both for my network or the guestsMy reasoning is not; as the TP-Link still acts as my firewall and the specific address of the TP-Link doesn't affect the guest, but I thought I'd check with the Pros!?
It has been 4 months my Router " Wag 120n ". The Router Gives Me A yellow Sign on the network Icon Sying " No network Access " and the wireless Led is blinking with 1 sec interval So
- I cant open Router's Home Page - there is No ping to 192.168.1.1 " General Failure or Host unreachable " response - The Only way to get connected again is to replug the router from electricity , it works normally for 5 min and the Yellow Sign shows up again
the Solutions I Tried to fix that up :-
1) Hard reset the 30/30/15 reset 2) Firmware re-flashing 3) Trying an old firmware 188.8.131.52 instead of 184.108.40.206
but nothing of those worked the Only thing that worked for like 20 min the firmware upgrade but after that the problem came up again the problem happens to all Computers on the network wired or on wireless happens on all kind of operations systems win7, xp, vista, (Android for mobiles).
I have Windows 7 x64 and I'm using ICS to share my internet connection (cable-modem router from Comcast) with another 4 computers in my LAN.Today I decided to install a VPN free program called HOTSPOT SHIELD, and after installing it I can browse fine the Internet with this main computer, but the others in the LAN lost internet connection, although File-sharing still works fine and I can see the Networked computer in Windows Explorer or access them remotely with Remote Desktop Connection.I noticed that the Hotspot Shield program added several routes to my routing table, most of them in the IP-Range 10.31.X.X with a Mask of 255.255.248.0so this virtual Network-card that is created has a VARIABLE IP address 10.31.X.X, the first time I monitored it was 10.31.40.20.
i am using internet in my office where some websites are blocked like FB.in my office proxy server is being used.i download the portable hotspot shield to use FB. but i did not connected. During the time, when hotspot maintaining connection a msg has been written "waiting for the response from secure server."
I reckon this is one of the most asked questions here. I couldn't solve this with the assistance of Google, so I'mma ask you guys:
So, yesterday, I reinstalled Windows 7, and installed all the essential programs like FF, uTorrent, Avast! etc.I put some torrents into uT Q, and I could download them like normal. But later that day, I noticed one download had halted completely and there was a red bar at the bottom(torrent is not available). I thought all the seeders had stopped sharing, and I started another torrent which had hundreds of seeders. Well, the same problem again.
I downloaded BitTorrent and Vuze but they couldn't download a byte either! As mentioned, I'm using Avast! Free as my firewall, and I have added uTorrent as an exception(although on my last setup uT was fine without doing any modification for Avast). I've also disabled P2P shield
My home computer accesses the Internet through an ADSL modem and a phone line. I added a wired router (Linksys BEFSR41).I've since bought a laptop computer, an iPhone4 and a wireless router (Linksys WRT160N).Again, on the advice of a friend, I ADDED the wireless router, so now have two routers connected.The devices are connected as follows:
-Wall jack to ADSL modem -ADSL modem to BEFSR41 -BEFSR41 to WRT160N -WRT160N to desktop computer.
As I understand Linksys routers, the default IP address for ALL Linksys routers is 192.168.1.1.Both the iPhone4 and the laptop are unable to connect to the wireless router.I'm assuming the two routers are conflicting with each other, so I thought I would remove the wired router..Can I change the IP address of the BEFSR41 router from 192.168.1.2?
Would this resolve the conflict between the two routers and allow the wireless devices to "see" the wireless router? What's the correct procedure for removing the BEFSR41 router from the system?
I am in the process of selling my notebook computer. I did a fresh install of Windows XP and connected to my home router using my WPA security key in order to get the latest updates before selling it. For security sake, I feel I should remove my security key before packaging up the notebook for shipment. I guess my question is, how do I go about removing my security key from the notebook? Or is this not even necessary
Desktop running Windows 7 Home Edition and connected by ethernet cable to a Netgear DG834G v2. Dell Inspiron laptop running Windows XP media edition and connected wirelessly and an iMac connected wirelessly.I did not realise until yesterday that even if I shutdown the desktop I can still connect the laptop and Mac wirelessly. I now want to stop using the present desktop and connect a new desktop with an Epson printer which my wife will use on the other side of the room. I will use the present desktop monitor on this new system. Is it easy to set this up? Also I want to remove Windows 7 from the old desktop and install it on the new desktop, will I have to contact Microsoft to do thie?
adding/removing/re-adding a workstation to a domain and Active Directory. We use DHCP at work for our addressing scheme. The problem I had when naming a new workstation the same as the one I am replacing on the domain was that I noticed the new pc with that same computer name as the previous pc was still trying to use the IP address that was assigned to the workstation before by dhcp, so the new workstation was not showing it assigned an IP address. I would try pinging the computer name but there was no reply because it was still showing the ip address of the computer disconnected that had the same name.
- remove the faulty workstation from the domain to workgroup, then restart
- then from Active Directory do I need to reset the Computer name
- then do a ipconfig /release on faulty workstation that has been removed from the domain to release the leased ip address in dhcp
- then disconnect the faulty PC and connect the PC I am using to replace the previous PC
- Name this workstation the same as the one I just disconnected and removed from the domain
My wireless router is slowing my internet massively. When I am hardwired directly into the modem it has great speed, but when going through the wireless router the speed dropps in half, how can I remove the speed throttle?
I encountered a similar problem of no internet after virus removal.
a) IE shows "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" b) MSN and Skype do not seem to respond as well c) My laptop is connected to a router and I'm able to access other PC on the LAN, but not anything requires internet access d) The LAN icon on the taskbar shows my PC is connected to both the router and the internet (but internet just somehow doesnt work) e) Proxy option isn't enabled f) Booted my Win Vista in Safe Mode with Networking, internet doesnt work as well g) output from ipconfig seems ok; able to ping gateway ip h) checked the list of network services posted on this thread; they're all started i) Removed my antivirus program and disabled windows firewall; to no avail as well j) MSN repair suggests that there's firewall/ dns issue that causes MSN couldnt connect k) Both wired and wireless connections used to work; but both not working now l) Other PCs on the LAN are able to connect to internet
I have pix firewall 525, configured with ospf process. We are also performing route filetering in ospf process using route-map. Now we want to remove this route-map from ospf process. Any step-by-step process for removing route map as per below list. How to remove route-map without having any impact as per above configuration.
After getting virus and cleaning the system as requested, including all of the registry items not required, I have been unable to get onto the internet.Bad Image Error.I have a Mesh PC, running XP SP3.The motherboard is MS-7207 ver2.I've tried reinstalling the ethenet drivers but to no avail.I can see the network adapter in the control panel and it says the drivers are installed OK.The green light comes on when the cable is plugged in but not the yellow data lamp.I have a second hard drive from an old PC that I reinstalled windows on booted from, I updated the drivers and successfully connected to the internet, which proves all the hardware and drivers do work, but just not on my main hard drive containing my proper windows install.I'm logging this fault on my work laptop as its the only way I can get on line. (My work laptop works at home over the same broadband connection I have used previously.
I just purchased a dell 660 (non slim version) and want to remove the wireless card as it will never be used. Would it be ok to remove the single screw / card + the two antenna wires and then leave it like that?