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Trying to connect to a network source may sound easy but it can’t help to encounter a problem once in awhile. Your network connection may not be properly configured or there is technical failure. Other times, there is no connectivity on your end. These errors are common examples of network error. It appears when there is something wrong during connection hence it cannot reach its end source. Still, these errors indicate the nature of the issue to help you resolve it.

List of the common network errors:

  • A Network Cable Is Unplugged
  • IP Address Conflict Address Already in Use
  • The Network Path Cannot Be Found
  • Duplicate Name Exists on the Network
  • Limited or No Connectivity
  • Connected with Limited Access
  • "Unable to Join Network Failure" error -3
  • "Unable to Establish the VPN Connection" error 800

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What have I missed in my attempt to connect to the Bigpond network?   Sorry, I messed up and posted twice!   As can be seen from the print screen link below, it is stuck in the 'acquiring network address' state and that's where I'm stuck, I don't know what to do to make it connect to the Bigpond network. Anyway, after installing the latest driver from the DLink website for the new DWL-G630 card and then setting the correct network security key (WPA security), it connected but it doesn't seem to be able to acquire a network address. To all who know about networks...

The home PC is where my Bigpond connection is. Some of you guys would already know... I was wrong in thinking that! any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated!

I have a DLink wireless router on the home PC and a DWL-G630 wireless network card that I use with 2 laptops by inserting the card into whichever laptop I am using. Recently, I bought a second DWL-G630 wireless network card, thinking I could just insert it and away I go.



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Seeing a network error while you are in time constraints can be annoying but there are still solutions to these errors. Once an error message appears, you can click on the Diagnose option using the Windows wizard to run a diagnosis of the problem. After several minutes, Windows will show you the cause of the problem while also providing the right solutions. However, there are times when Windows may not give you all the answers so you need to fix it manually. First, you need to change your adapter settings. Look for the settings in the Network and Sharing center. Second, reset the TCP/IP. If changing the adapter setting, you can change the TCP/IP. Third is to uninstall network adapters so you can scan and apply any changes in the hardware.

 

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Problems installing D-Link DWL-G630 wireless card

Whenever I restart and insert the card it acts like its never seen it before. How does it look in Device Mgr? Well, it doesnt work at all. I downloaded the drivers from D-links site and installed them but I get a message that the software isnt digitally signed so it may not work properly.

Error msgs when you try to use it? Does the install go OK?

I have the wireless card but I dont have the installation CD.

I am running Windows 2000 on an old Sony VAIO laptop (pcg-f590 which I loath). Suggestions?
 



You said, "Whenever I restart and insert the card it acts like its never seen it before."

Does that mean the system tries to install the card each time?? Yellow Icons???
 


Networking problems with wireless home network

What I'd be inclined to do is to go into the router's configuration and allocate an SSID of your own, then there can be no doubt as to the network to which your two Laptops are connecting.
The Acer runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit and the Dell Windows 7 Professional 64bit. When I run ipconfig, the router has ip 192.168.0.1 and my Acer laptop 192.168.0.3 and the Dell laptop 192.168.0.3. Both can access the internet but they cannot see each other.

This when I place the cursor over the little display of bars on the taskbar as well as in Network and Sharing Centre.
1) could this be the reason I cannot ping the other computer and
2) how do I solve this?

"When I run ipconfig, the router has ip 192.168.0.1 and my Acer laptop 192.168.0.3 and the Dell laptop 192.168.0.3"
Did you mean that one of the Laptops has the address 192.168.0.2 because every device in the network must have a unique IP address. However, if the two Laptops indicate a different SSID, one ending in "2", have you perhaps connected to a neighbour's network, which is also Virgin Media, and with the same router and SSID? The workgroup is set to the same on both.

the same SSID), the Acer says it is on xxxx xxxx 2 whereas the Dell only says it is on xxxx xxxx. The issue I have is that I have two laptops joined to the network.
I have Virgin Media with a superhub router (Netgear I believe). Now, I am pretty sure that the issue is that although both computers display the SSID as xxxx xxxx (i.e.


what's good for HOME use wireless network card ?

For the wifi adapter, the WUSB54G, for the router/switch/access point, pick the WRT54GL.
 




DESKTOP COMPUTER ..... i need something with good reception !
(i have VERY thick wall in my room)

http://www.tp-link.com/products/product_des.asp?id=47
or this ?

what do u say ?
 




I'm not sure where you live, but I am a fan of Linksys' products. http://www.zap.co.il/ratemodel.asp?model_id=403087

? can u ofer me some good WIRELESS USB network ???


u410 didnt change wireless card but getting a wireless network card is plugged in

I haven't changed anything in my laptop so why would I get this error? Please help.

















Everytime my wireless home phone rings I get disconnected from my wireless network.

When I was in Best Buy, one of the sale people mentioned how 2.4 GHZ phone interferes with 802 B Wireless networks (uses same frequencies).


I have a problem with my home wireless network. My network operatates at 2.4 GHz and so does my home wireless phone.

Everytime my phone rings I get disconnected from my wireless network. He mentioned that 802 G wireless network were not affected with the phones.
 

Is there anything I can do to fix this problem?
 




Welcome to Tech Spot

Do you have 802 B or 802 G wireless?


Wireless ADSL router, XP Home connected via cable, Win 98 via wireless card - HELP!!!

Any help gratefully received. Check XP Security policies:
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- Access this computer from the network: add guest
- Deny logon locally: remove guest
- Network access:Sharing and security model... -> Guest only
- Deny access to this computer from the network-> check Guest is not here.
 

Allow 15 mins after rebooting a PC for that PC to appear in the workgroup, or
for it to see all other PCs. Additional things to check if you still have problems:
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- Check your Services are Started on all PCs: Workstation, Server, TCP/IP Netbios helper, Computer Browser.
- XP gives access to its shares via the Net Guest Account. (Note, not the same as the local guest account in user accounts which should be off).

IP 192.168.0.* subnet mask 255.255.255.0).
- XP PCs must have Netbios over TCP/IP enabled (only essential for XP to talk to W9X PCs).
- MS Client and file & printer sharing must be enabled on each machine.
- All NICs must have their node type = anything except p-node (peer to peer, or point-point).
* To check, open a command prompt and type IPCONFIG /ALL.
- XP's ICF firewall is permanently disabled. (Only necessary for pre XP SP2).
- All 3rd party firewalls are disabled, uninstalled and deleted (until connection is working).
- PCs have the same workgroup (helps, but not essential for XP/2K, necessary for 9X/ME).

I've got a wireless ADSL router with 4 ethernet ports. Or y...


Solved: How to - Wireless Internet & Home network with wireless Printer

He did not have any network set-up previously.He had dialup and just purchased a new laptop (with wireless) and this new printer and has just gotten this new Rogers "Rocket" Stick. (It's a USB internet connection uses cell phone frequency.)

Normally this is pretty straight forward when conected to a wireless router.
(I brought over a wireless router to test out)

When Rogers "Rocket" stick is connected (for internet), Can I connect to another wireless home network for sharing at the same time? But when I move to another room - It would not print (assumed maybe a conflict/collision with wireless rocket - but not sure.

3) Then I setup the HP printer as a hard wired network printer (not wireless) attached to a port on the wireless router itself.
- I then determined its IP address (printer config report) and then connected to the wireless network/router and set-up/added printer on the laptop as "local printer" using TCP/IP specifying this ip address.
- When connected to the home wireless network and I was able to print a test page but not anything else. Setup a wireless network:
1) I used the setup internet connection wizard to configure a computer to computer wireless adhoc network (appears to work for very short distances - 30 feet) I was able to print a test page but not anything else - so I thought about using my Dlink Router for greater distance (if it was a distance thing as indicated.

2) I setup the (Dlink) wireless router as a s...


home wireless network and wireless laptop question...

It operates on 2.4 ghz as well as the wireless router that I plan on getting. Will they work in my home or will there be some conflicts when I'm on the phone? I saw one on tigerdirect that is also a Dlink. My laptop has windows XP Pro on it.

Second... Well I don't have one at home but when at work where I know they have a wireless network, I cannot see it on my available networks to connect too. Any help may be appreciated.
 




I have a Siemens phone system at home.

Am I doing something wrong? I was thought that by getting this, that we I go to a café, hotel, McDonald's(that has it), my job or any place that has a wireless network that Id be able to connect and browse through there network.

I just purchased a DLink DWL-G630 Cardbus adapter that is b and g compatible.


Dell Wireless WLAN Card Wireless Network Controller has stopped working

I've got Vista Home Premium on my Dell Inspiron 1520. Kind regards




follow the instructions on this Dell support page:

bcmwltry.exe error, pls help - DELL COMMUNITY

Every now and then I get this strange message after turning my laptop on:


HTML Code:
Dell Wireless WLAN Card Wireless Network Controller has stopped working

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: bcmwltry.exe
Application Version: 4.102.15.61
Application Timestamp: 45f8a9d0
Fault Module Name: ntdll.dll
Fault Module Version: 6.0.6001.18000
Fault Module Timestamp: 4791a7a6
Exception Code: c015000f
Exception Offset: 000761b7
OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1060
Additional Information 1: fd00
Additional Information 2: ea6f5fe8924aaa756324d57f87834160
Additional Information 3: fd00
Additional Information 4: ea6f5fe8924aaa756324d57f87834160

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What do you think is wrong? The odd thing is that my internet is still working well.


Wireless card says it's connected to my wireless network, but I cannot ping router

For some reason the connection just drops, but it still says I am connected. I have 4 other devices that connect to that router wirelessly and they have no issues at all, so I'm not prepared to blame the router. Would seeing this event frequently not indicate that the card was dropping often and coming back up? I noticed that my desktop's event view shows this entry frequently:

“The system detected that network adapter” Linksys...PCI Adapter – “Packet Scheduler Miniport was connected to the network, and has initiated normal operation over the network adapter”.

All of the sudden it will say "request timed out", but the icon shows that it's still connected to the wireless network. I leave a dos window open to watch as it happens by pinging the router. Sometimes it will continue timing out, sometimes it will reconnect and sometimes it will says limited or no connection. I have tried just about everything to overcome this but nothing seems to work.

Sometimes hitting repair will do the same thing...make it work for a few moments and they down again.

I have been having issues with my the Linksys Wireless card I installed in my Desktop computer for some time now. Rebooting the router will allow it to work for a few minutes and then it times out again.

I'm pretty much ready to run a 50' ethernet cable to the computer, but I thought I'd check with you guys first before I completely give up on the wireless card.
&...


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My google searches are being redirect to various sites and i receive a error message saying "dell wireless wlan card has stopped working" but im still using my wireless internet just fine. Some programs can interfere with others and hamper the recovery process.Even if you have already provided information about your PC, we need a new log to see what has changed since you originally posted your problem.Please download OTL from following mirror:This is THE MirrorSave it to your desktop.Double click on the icon on your desktop.Click the "Scan All Users" checkbox.Push the button.Two reports will open, copy and paste them in a reply here:OTL.txt <-- Will be openedExtra.txt <-- Will be minimizedIn the upper right hand corner of the topic you will see a button called Options. Please note th...


Using an AllTell wireless card to make a wireless network?

Unless the router is defective or you are not positioning it well I can't think of any reason why it would slow the not-very-fast wireless connection. This will basically turn the computer into a NAT server which will allow it to communicate with all the other computers with internal IP addresses and translate requests/responses to the Internet. how do I add the IP address in - I am lost in trying to set this up!!
 



Here are details if the computer with the mobile wireless card is running a Windows OS: Using ICS (Internet Connection Sharing). We have a cradelpoint router that accepts a USB wireless card but we do not want to use this router because we live in a very rural area and the router makes slow internet speeds even slower and with the router we loose the internet connection frequently and have to disconnect then reconnect at least once a night.

We want to set this up but do not know how, can you help?:
1. Then enable Internet Connection Sharing on the computer with the Altell card. Plug the wireless usb card into one of the computers and have that computer then connect to a switch or hub so all the other computers can communicate with it.

Do I have to buy a switch or hub? A hub is half duplex so can slow a network with multiple computers the same way Wi-Fi does, so best to use a switch. If the router you have has enough ports to connect all your computers you can use it as a switch.
 

What do you get with something like speedtes...


Solved: My wireless card can't detect any wireless network

C:\Users\Thamer>ipconfig /all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Thamer-VAIO
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

PPP adapter Broadband M3ak:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadband M3ak
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . :
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 10.162.2.204(Preferred)
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.255
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 0.0.0.0
DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 84.235.6.55
84.235.57.230
Primary WINS Server . . . . . . . : 10.11.12.13
Secondary WINS Server . . . . . . : 10.11.12.14
NetBIOS over Tcpip. . . . . . . . : Disabled

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Marvell Yukon 88E8057 PCI-E Gigabit Ether
net Controller
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 54-42-49-02-2D-B7
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Ethernet adapter Bluetooth Network Connection:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network)
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 50-63-13-A0-29-20
DHCP Enabled. ...


Wireless network icon showing when I don't have a wireless card

All went as well as can be expected.


I migrated my installation from my laptop so save reinstalling a million apps again. Is it possible to change this back to the standard network icon?

One thing I haven't been able to sort is that I have the "airplane" icon in the notification area and my desktop doesn't actually have a wireless card. If I move the mouse over the icon I get a message "wireless communications turned off".


Wireless networking for home

Jimmy6
 



if you have a home network with a wireless router it should work OK

HP laptops usually have a switch to turn the wireless on/off - is it turned on and a (usually on HP) Blue light on the PC

if its all new - how is you netwrok configured for wireless - do you have it secure

Post some makes and models of modems or routers and let us know as much about you home network as possible
 

Is this not correct? Do i need to purchase a PC card for this?



I recently bought an HP laptop and want to connect it to my wireless network. It has a built in Wireless LAN capability so i thought i could use it out of the box for my home network. I have it where it allows me to access the network but wont let me connect to Internet.


mac and pc wireless home networking

pcs are xp and vista. I can't find any help anywhere for this.

I have a home networking linksys wireless router and want to add my iBook laptop to this network thru the macs airport .


Wireless networking in the home


If a friend of mine wants a wireless home network with two desktop computers am I right in thinking that a wireless router and two wireless network cards are needed for this to happen? What you suggest is correct.PC World - D-LINK DSL-904 WIRELESS NETWORKING - click here=This is the one I use.With another wireless network card or USB adaptor, you should have all you need.


Wireless Home Networking

The network wizard is what I use the most of the time. Something blocking the networking on the notebook, so what setting, configuration, or changes I needs to make?

Trying to network the my Toshiba notebook to the desktop computer.

Than enable the firewall on each machine at a time and see the results. If you are suck after enabling the firewall on one machine than you know the cause.It may sound tiresome to do this but it helps you to understand whats happening.I suspect its the Mcafee thats the culprit to the issue but to double confirm try out what I have suggested.
 

So that the network can work. However, this new Toshiba notebook with Windows XP and Mcafee security on it, I am having a hard time setting up the network.

My the way I am using Comcast high Speed and Linksys router. In MY NETWORK PLACE I can see the notebook, but can not the desktop. Next disable all the firewall on notebook and the desktop, check if you are able to see them.


Home Wireless Networking

You can extend range with wireless bridges but you are always sacrificing speed. This one is difficult to test.

I am about to purchase a new home and just need some basic advice:
The home has three floors and when my wife and I and my in-laws all move in (no comments, please, on living with the in-laws, I like them), we will have 4 desktops, 1 work laptop, and 3-4 stand alone TiVo's that will all need wired/wireless connections (mostly wireless). I would like to do it all wirelessly but I am not sure if I need to find an 8-port wireless router or if I can connect them all to a 4 port that will auto-negotiate between all of the connections.

My rule of thumb, if you are in the same room and have a visual line of sight with the access point you would be very unlucky not to get a signal.
 

It will almost certainly be faster and will deffinately be more reliable. Unfortunately you cant always guarantee that the signal will not be interfeared with. Somtimes metal in the building can reduce or even prevent signals geting to an from there desired locations.

Note: The TiVo's do not, obviously, need to be connecting all the time to get their schedule updates but I would like them connected to be able to use the Home Network Options and transfer shows and the like. We may want to share a printer or two also. The home is not wired for Ethernet already.

Additionally, I am a little fuzzy on the use of wireless access points or hubs and how it ca...


Wireless Networking within home...help!?

or has cable/dsl router in the line, because they are geared toward easy setup for home networks using cable/dsl. hope that helps more than confuses...
 

I only have a laptop, and would like to be able to use a wireless internet connection with my laptop. another question is do you have to use a id/password to login if so you have a PP0E or point to point over ethernet...

Will my laptop then just recognize the internet connection? :blush: Or is that way too simple?
 




well simply put your first step is of course purchase a wireless router... get your wireless dsl/cable router and we can help ya with the ins and outs... also NOTE make sure your wireless dsl/cable router uses the same wireless protocol 802.11a or 802.11b or 802.11 g... you will want to enable WEP at the very least.....

and you will have some configuring to do on your router. but NOTE.. I am worried that I am making this harder than it is, and am going to totally look incompetent!

and you would have to interact with the router console to do that... preferrably one that says somethign like wireless access point.. My laptop is already wireless capable, but I don't have a clue as to what else I need to buy to be able to use my laptop away from my desk. depending on your laptop.

it will not be secure out of the box....... I have recently (as in yesterday!) gotten connected to DSL. otherwise if you dont it should be pretty...



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