How To Fix wireless network detected, not detected, detected and so on.


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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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A user in the forum details it further:


I'm running 2 pc's on windos xp pro, I have a d-link wireless N router, and i just can't use my pc which is connected through the wireless part of the router. PS: i've tried restarting the router/moden, to no avail. The other PC has an USB wireless adapter.

I've tried changing the wireless channel, nothing. Anyone got any ideas ?   It shows the signal Very strong strength, then it doesn't see anything at all, and it keeps happening over and over.



What causes wireless network detected, not detected, detected and so on.

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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All I know is that my new computer has detected the Trojan files listed in the subject and I don't know how to get rid of them. I am running Vista premium and this is my first post, so I need to know what I can do to remove this stuff before it starts wreaking havoc.


Trojan.Zeroaccess!inf4 detected in services.exe, also Bitcoinminer is repeatedly detected/blocked

NOTE: It is good practice to copy and paste the instructions into notepad and print them in case it is necessary for you to go offline during the cleanup process. Close all open programs and internet browsers.Double click on AdwCleaner.exe to run the tool.Click on Delete.Confirm each time with Ok.Your computer will be rebooted automatically. Removing malware can be unpredictable and this step can save a lot of heartaches if things don't go as planed. I do not currently have a flash drive on hand, but I do have an 4 GB SD card.

I have been prompted to do a manual removal of Trojan.Zeroaccess!inf4 from c:\windows\system32\services.exe. C:\Windows\system32\lsm.exe
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ThinkPad T410s - Primary Micro SATA HDD not detected by BIOS - Only Detected By OS Platforms

errors.  I just can't use this as my primary drive anymore because it will not initialize with BIOS.  I am hoping that I do not need to replace the MOBO as they go from $50 - $150 US plus shipping.   OS's used:Win10x64Win7x64WinXPWin98SELinuxMintBT5-R3KaliLinuxUBCD - FreeDOS - LINUXDoss6.22 Any thoughts on this issue would be greatly appreciated




















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I have a Lenovo T410s - 29123RU BIOS - V1.5 (6UET70WW) 2012-10-11 - (updated from V1.1 this morning hoping it wold solve the problem)ECV - 1.14MTM - 29123RUCPU - Intel Core i5 M520 @ 2.4GHzRAM - DDR3 - 4GBx2 - PC3-10600s This laptop uses a 250GB - 1.8" Micro Sata HDDTOSHIBA MK2529GSG - 250GB - HDD1F07 M BL02 The other day the laptop was running fine then all of a sudden crashed.  I tried to reeboot and i got -  ERROR 2100: HDD0 (HARD DISK DRIVE) INITIALIZATION ERROR (2)PRESS ESC TO CONTINUE I have run scans on the drive itself using: HD Tune ProHDD RgeneratorCrystalDiskInfoTestDiskUBCD- ViVard v4.0- TAFT v1.2Passmark B...


Keyboard not detected, Mouse not detected. Fatal Error, System Halted.

The computer hasnt even started loading windows yet. It's not a big deal, but it seems like very odd behavior.
 



This has nothing to do with Vista whatsoever. Of course, I had my mouse and keyboard unplugged at the time, because I had just unplugged everything to move the computer. It is completely normal, really, and whatever OS you have, its going to do the same thing.
 

My question is, what is with this error? That's what the system said, in DOS, on the black screen. As you said it showed up on the black screen with white text, which is the boot screen.

Anyways, I plugged the keyboard and mouse in, restarted the computer, and everything started normally.

Keyboard not detected, Mouse not detected. The computer recognises this, and given that they are important, it puts a warning up that there is no connection. Fatal Error, System Halted.

Vista can't boot up if I don't have a keyboard and mouse plugged in? The fatal eror occurs because you have no input device.


Virus not detected in Avast & MBAM, but detected when I upload the file to Gmail

I downloaded an icon pack APK file on my computer to upload to my mobile. Anyway, the thing is, when I double clicked on it, BlueStacks (Android Emulator) opened up, and Avast started giving me lots of warnings about BlueStacks accessing Trojan URLs (it blocked them of course).
 
Now, the thing is: I scanned the APK file both in Malware Bytes Anti Malware and Avast (and even Malware Bytes Anti Rootkit), and it showed no virus or malware found. And more importantly, (though I have deleted the APK file in question from my computer) is my computer safe? But when I try to attach the the same APK file as a Gmail attachment (which I read on the net detects viruses, which is why I tried it), Gmail gives me a "Virus found" error.
 
So, my question is how come such reliable antivirus / anti-malware programs like MBAM and Avast didn't detect the virus but Gmail did?

Or has a rootkit / trojan been installed? Upload file in question here: https://www.virustotal.com/ for security check.






I did a stupid thing yesterday.


Wireless not detected for ONE network

I have a router that links up with wireless to one of the computers and the laptop. It can't be that my wireless is not working as my other computer is working fine with wireless to the same network. Apply/OK -> Reboot.



I have a laptop and 2 computers. What could be preventing my laptop from detecting my wireless?

(Windows XP)


When you have the window open that lists the networks, click "Change advanced settings" on the left, go to the second tab and remove all the networks there (WARNING: YOU WILL NEED TO RE-ENTER THE KEYS OF ANY NETWORKS YOU REMOVE AFTER YOU ATTEMPT TO RECONNECT TO THEM). Now the problem I am facing is that the laptop has stopped detecting my wireless network (it detects other however).


wireless network not detected

It isn't the card, I was able to use the same laptop in an airport earlier today and had no trouble connecting to the network there.

My Linksys calved today, and I purchased an Airport Express Base station, as I have a couple of Macs as well as Windows boxes. the macs are fine, the Sony Vaio running WinXP Pro SP2 cannot detect the network.

It is set up frm within the Mac desktop, thus no domain or workgroup. Any answers appreciated. The network is named, and has WEP2 enabled. My wireless card on the Sony simply can't see it at all.

I tried disabling the security, but no go. Chances are it doesn't and it just happens that the wi-fi at the airport wasn't using that type of encryption.
 


wireless network not detected in Xp sp2

netsh int ip reset reset.log

Reboot the machine. marks beside the drivers? Check your Services are all Started:

* Computer Browser
* DHCP Client
* DNS Client
* Network Location Awareness
* Server
* TCP/IP Netbios helper
* Workstation

None of those worked.

I have an acer laptop that Ia previously was able to connect to my home wireless network.

Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalog

Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. Did you find the wireless adapter under Network Adapters?
Start, Run, CMD to open a command prompt. TCP/IP stack repair options for use with Windows XP with SP2.

WZC probably refers to the service thats loaded with windows xp. make sure its enabled and working fine. It no longer connects. There is a wireless adapter on board Orinoco wireless adapter 3.3 volt and a plug wireless adapter Orinoco wireless adapter 5.0 volt both installed and working.

try ipconfig after this. They are as follows. Do you see that small switch for Wi-Fi in front side of your comp??

In addition we have tried two other wireless adapters that work on other machines and appear to be working fine, but without any luck. I found a post on this forum and tried the solution contained in it. start
run
type
devmgmt.msc
Any yellow ! do try disabling both your LAn and WLAN icons in 'network connections' and enabling them again.

see what happens. go to ...


No wireless network detected?

and whn i try to conenct my notebook to my wireless appears on screen that no wireless networks detected. There will either be an actual switch somewhere around the edge or it will be a combination key - the Fn and one of the F keys."I've always been mad, I know I've been mad, like the most of us..." Pink Floyd hey all.

what me to do? i checked on another computer it worked. Have you got the network card switched on? actually i have but computer cannot see that.

i have a notebook and i use win xp proffesional. please help!


Wireless Network Detected but Will Not Connect

I have also done a sc query wzcsvc and found it to be running. The first attempt was with using windows and at first it appeared to connect as the status changed to “Acquiring IP Address” but that failed, causing the connection to fail. I attempted again today and did get it to connect once but could not get it to connect again after that. reason for asking is some vital services may be off, this is very common, try lookiing through your services, start run services.msc

check following dcom server is automatic
dhcp client is automatic
dns client is automatic
network connections either auto or manual
network location manual
remote access connection manager auto
telephony manual
 

I have tried the connection in both the Windows Network Connections and in the Dell’s Management Console. Every time after that, every attempt failed in both Windows and Dell’s console.

I have a laptop computer that we are having trouble connecting to a wireless network router.

Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
 



this is one of those things whcih takes for ever but suddenly you realise a silly little thing, mine was i have a tiny tiny button on laptop whcih cat had nibbled! I’ve also tried disabling the Windows Zero Configuration to no avail. The laptop is a Dell Latitude E6400 XFR that has a Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN wireless network card which we are trying to connect to a Linksys WRT54G Wireless-G Broadband Router with a WPA-PSK (WPA-...


Wireless network detected, but not connecting

Changing the channel number in the router sometimes helps with connection and speed problems. Here are a few things to try:1. We have a strong signal coming from our wireless network in our flat and up until recently it has been connecting fine, but now it keeps trying to connect to the network for ages then gives up.

Move the router to find out if nearby electrical or radio activity or something metallic is causing interference.3. Me and my flatmate have both encountered this problem, my laptop is wireless enabled and they use a wireless card in their pc, but another flatmate has the router directly wired to their modem and theirs works fine. Its been suggested that its a problem with the router, any ideas? Change it by a factor of 6, e.g.

Delete the wireless connection and set it up again.
if it?s currently 11 make it 5 or if it?s currently 1 make it 7.2.
Hiya, i'm after some help with my wireless connection.


wireless network card not detected?

my HP pvilion entertainment pc is less than a year old but has recently decided it can't detect the wireless card. the wireless adapter switch is still working for bluetooth wireless access but not internet. i have done lots to try and find it and try and connect to the wireless in some way. it wont show up under network connections and i can't seem to find it anywhere else.

any help would be gratefully recieved as i'd hate to have to get this fixed at a hefty price if it's solveable.

hey i'm not very good with computers and having problems understanding this one. i've tried hp forums for help, but this one got reccomended to me
thank you

kat
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i wonder if somehow it's gotten broken or whether anyone can tell me if this is a common thing as it seems to have been deleted completly from my computer.


Wireless network adapter not detected

The wireless adaptor may starting working again after this scan but the store corruption is still there. SFC /SCANNOW Command - Run in Windows 8

It's required to reboot the machine after the scan completes which can take awhile depending on the amount of file corruption. This should fix the store corruption which caused the problem and the wireless NIC should now be working.

First run the sfc /scannow command, use an elevated command prompt for this, use option 2 in the link below. I have installed the latest driver model for my device but still it is not working






I have a pretty good idea of what the problem might be, this is becoming a common problem with Windows 8 or 8.1, in fact I've already fixed this exact problem with the steps below. After reboot open the elevated command prompt again and run the command > Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth it might mention that it's fixed something. Reboot again and run sfc /scannow again, it should come up clean this time.




I upgraded to 8.1 and now my wireless connectivity is lost. It might seem to stop for some time, just let it finish then reboot the machine.


No Wireless Network connection detected...?

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My laptop reconnected to the wifi with no problem, but my Windows 7 (64bit Optiplex GX620) didn't, and upon further inspection it seems to be unable to detect any wireless connections.

Did it have a wireless connection before. I don't know which adapters are relevant to the wireless, so I'm not sure what I should be doing next! I've taken a screenshot of the network adapters in the device manager, as I understand from what I've read online that this is where the problem might lie. When going to 'Network and Internet' -> 'Network Connections' only the 'Local Area Connection' appears.

Not sure how old the desktop is but some do not have a wireless connection. Could someone please lend some guidance? There is no wireless connection. My BT hub lost connection this morning, but after a few minutes it was able to get it back.

Anyhow found this for you to have a look at.


Wireless Network adapter is not detected

Find a USB 2.0 port to use. One thought: newer PCs have USB 3 ports. Do you hear the USB device connected sound when you plug the adapter in?

Give this a try:
Remove any previous adapter software installation
Remove the adapter
Optional: (If available, Restore Windows to a date before the first install attempt.)
Turn the PC off. Do not use these for the wireless adapter. Wait one minute. When I try to install the driver via Device manager, it says that no driver was found.

Would appreciate any help! Turn the PC on > wait until desktop fully loads
Plug in the adapter > wait for it to be detected > "Windows can't find driver..." > OK
Now install driver software.



Solved: Wireless Network not detected

the router is connected directly to my husbands computer which is a dell and that's all i know, running windows XP. another note, the wireless router is definitely broadcasting because my husband is able to see it and connect to it from his laptop. the wiz gives me an error message that says, 'windows detected network hardware but cannot configure it automatically.' no matter how many times i try, i get the same error. anyone?
 






I have a a D-Link DIR-635 wireless router. today, i am completely unable to get the wireless connection back. i was able to delete the connection from my wireless list and then by connecting directing to the router via ethernet cable, used the auto set up to reset the connection, it found the wireless connection first time and all was fine. last month, the wireless connection disappeared again, i repeated the previous process, but it took like four or five tries before i was able to get the connection to show up in my wireless networks.

i have tried mannually adding it and have tried the wizard ('set up a wireless router or access point' while the ethernet cable is plugged in). this seems ridiculous to me... I have a sony vaio laptop running vista.

i had been able to detect the wireless router in my connections window without event for at least a year, and for some reason a few months ago, it simply disappeared.


Solved: Wireless Network Not Detected At All

I also tried to find the drivers for it to update, but those won't either update, or they do update but nothing happens. This Toshiba computer also doesn't have a physical WLAN button; rather hot keys are used (though when I use this, it doesn't anyways). Thank you very much for your time!
 




Since yesterday evening, my Toshiba Satellite Laptop (L505D-ES5025) hasn't been able to register my wireless network, though it registered it perfectly fine yesterday morning.

When I troubleshoot the problem, the only solution is to use the ethernet cable, but I can't depend on it since the whole point of using a wireless connection is to go wireless. The other computers/laptops in the house work, but this one can't regiester to it, even though it's the closest to the router. My OS is Windows 7, 64-bit Home Premium. Even when I go to the "Change Adapter Settings" from Control Panel, it won't detect the wireless network that I use.

I have tried the Control Panel solution of going to the device manager, but I can't find the wireless network from there. I hope I gave enough information, and I hope this problem can get resolved.

Good evening, everyone! I can only detect the local area connection, and can only connect to the internet via the ethernet cable (which is what I'm using right now).

In other words, I can't do anything because my laptop can't find ANY networks whatsoever exc...


Wireless Network Detected, Can't Connect

I have no clue what I did differently. Knowing last time I had a problem getting online, the first thing I did was try to get online and it doesn't work.I'm operating Windows XP and it's a Compaq Presario V5000. Please refresh the list of available networks, and try to connect again." (It is really in range, though.) Nothing else currently has difficulties connecting to the network.Okay, I swear last time this happened, I wound up formatting three times and magically it worked the third time.

This has happened to me before, but I can't remember exactly what fixed the problem.I formatted my laptop tonight and now I can't connect to the Internet. The Network Adapters reads "Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN" and "Realtek RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC" and both have the latest drivers. I also tried disabling one at a time to no avail, so I take it both are supposed to be running.Any help would be greatly appreciated! Instead, when I hit connect, it says "Windows is unable to connect to selected network.

I'd like to avoid formatting that much since it takes 2 1/2 hours each time...I know one solution is to install the latest drivers, which I did. (Via flashdrive and another computer's Internet connection.) That did not help.I did not delete anything yet from the back-to-factory-setting. The network may no longer be in range. Thank you! My network needs a password to get on, but it never lets me get t...


Wireless Home Network Not detected!

But now it does not detect any wireless networks including my home network and I am sitting right beside the router. Normally, when the ethernet cable is not connected it would show the available wireless networks (like any other laptop). Red cross in image?

Is there any other way to turn on the wifi?..or is it something wrong with the driver and the wireless LAN card in my laptop? If so, does i look normal? Thank You

















Do you still see the wifi icon in systray (on bottom right of screen)? I tried pressing Fn+F8(buttons to enable or disable the wifi) but that function isnt working anymore.

There seems to be a problem with the wifi.


Wireless Network detected but can't connect

So in seeing several posts on here I have the following information from my CMD

C:\>IPConfig/all
Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : gateway-ta06zkr
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadcast
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Intel(R) PRO/100 VE Network Connection
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-E0-B8-56-ED-82
Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection 2:
Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Realtek RTL8180 Wireless LAN (Mini-)
PCI NIC
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-0D-F0-12-77-FA
C:\>ping localhost
Pinging gateway-ta06zkr [127.0.0.1] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Ping statistics for 127.0.0.1:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 0ms, Maximum = 0ms, Average = 0ms

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
 




My computer can see the networks when but can not connect to them. Updating my LAN driver (I've tried numerous ones and the one that works best is the one that came with my w...



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