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Log In or Register to post comments Kenny Cheng (not verified) on May 9, 2004 Very detailed. Recycling Power to Your Router Start by recycling the power to your router (and modem if they are separate): Turn off the power to the modem (then the router), and wait I would really appreciate and suggestions as it is very frustrating and I'm not finding much through the forums I've been going through.


hi racho09.. I have been involved with sound and lighting since I was 7 yrs old. http://magicnewspaper.com/no-internet/internet-of-the-computer-hardwired-to-router-not-working.html

Any help would be much appreciated. Nothing worked.jcrooks3 jcrooks33 years agoReplyNow the problem is that it can't even connect to my wifi.thegeeke jcrooks33 years agoReplyIt sounds like when they replaced your screen they might have accidently bumped the wireless Can you give me more details about what is happening (error messages, a more detailed description of the problem such as you can not see any networks at all, etc.)
I have 3 PCs all Windows XP SP2.

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Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Can't connect wireless laptop to wired desktop network The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Switches are available from several vendors for less than $200. Follow the instructions for checking your firewall security software (on the sidebar). The Computer may have decided to not like something plugged into it when the driver was uninstalled.

  1. The troubleshooting wizard can't continue.
  2. Setting the Internet Zone Security to Medium resolved the issue temporarily until a newer version of ZoneAlarm could be installed that resolved the issue.
  3. My problem is..When I connect to the internet it usually says I have internet connection but Google Chrome says "The web page cant be loaded" and after a few minutes my
  4. Two are wired and 1 is wireless.
  5. There is more information about these on the Firewalls page, including why you need them.
  6. under connections click settings.
  7. Your Internet connection can be one or both of the following: Wired: connected directly to the router using a network cable (LAN); or Wireless: connected via a wireless connection (WLAN).
  8. I'm stumped any ideas?

    i have a problem with my wifi router, all of my 3 laptops cannot connect to the wifi router while my mobile phone can.

This setup gives all my connected computers enough bandwidth for playing music. How about playing music? can all connet to my wifi but my laptop cannot. Windows Could Not Find A Driver For Your Network Adapter Troubleshooting Basics If you have no Internet access a series of troubleshooting steps will help to determine where the breakdown is and how to resolve the problem.

Time to visit a store. No Internet Access But Connected Click Network and Internet. 3. Turn the modem on and wait for the lights to settle (you should see a steady light on the modem) then turn on the router. And I couldn't get any wireless connectivity in my garage, even though the access point was less than 15 feet away.

wired desktop PC has no internet, wireless laptop is fine solved Wired Connection works fine but Wireless Connection not showing up on the list? Windows Did Not Detect Any Networking Hardware The cable modem connects to the switch input, and an output port on the switch connects to the router input. How do you update network drivers if the network is not working in the machine? (rhetorical)
Thanks for your input. This thing keep on coming again and again..


I need some help.

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However, the screen does not show anything, so we tried running it to an external screen and still nothing showed up. Default usernames and passwords should be listed some place on the router.)RichLather3 years agoReplySo here's my issue. Wired Internet Connection Not Working Windows 7 Thanksthegeeke Lisa85dl4 years agoReplyOK, on the new router, does it have a wireless "letter"? (A, B, G, N) Also, how old is your laptop? My Computer Wont Connect To The Internet But Others Will Run a virus scan with your antivirus program (I assume you have a up-to-date antivirus program...

The printer does not show up either. page As the previous posters, I too use wep. I had to set my wireless network adapter "Wireless Mode" to 802.11 a/b. Also, what router are you using? Ethernet Cable Connected But No Internet

Can you run an ipconfig /all and tell me what your DNS servers are?The ip address you listed is a valid address in the correct subnet, which means that you are Thanks for all the help!

Hi, I tried all the things you mentioned but nothing happened. Phone and iPad are both connecting. try here the internet is working fine, but the file sharing isn't.

one will surely work.hly3 years agoReplyhi...can you help me? Wired Connection Not Working i took alot of help from there Becuase its related with my assignment. My friendly IT guy came and helped me recreate and reconnect to the wireless network later the same day (AT&T had got the router in bridge mode or something like that

Thank you for any ideas or direction.

Log In or Register to post comments Kevin (not verified) on Jul 24, 2005 I have a wireless network set up in my home that works very well. Clarity, conciseness and accuracy of the proposal. • For the final report: 2. If so, then attempt a Driver Rollback. Ethernet Connected But No Internet Windows 10 All other devices still work fine and I'm back on-line!Thanks again for getting back to me and for your willingness to help!

thegeeke jcrooks33 years agoReplyThere is an actual antenna inside the computer itself. Try some other threads on this website?her0oftim33 years agoReplyMy aunt called me about her laptop having connectivity issues. I'm even getting PMs from it!) ;)Bda3127 thegeeke4 years agoReplyThank you so much for the prompt response. http://magicnewspaper.com/no-internet/wireless-can-see-router-but-won-t-connect.html If that is the case, I would suggest that if you have a technician look at the computer, that he/she is at the very least CompTIA A+ certified.

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