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If i want to wireless enable a computer without a wireless card...

Q: If i want to wireless enable a computer without a wireless card...

is it possible? I just bought this item on ebay:
Micra Digital Belkin Wireless G 54Mbps USB LAN Adapter
will this allow me to wireless enable my computer?

A: If i want to wireless enable a computer without a wireless card...

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The built in wireless card on my Gateway LT21 is disabled, which I could normaly fix, but the physical on/off wireless comunications button is literally broken off, and Gateway says, "this is not a consumer replacable part." All I need to do is turn back on wireless comunications, but I can't a way to do that inside windows. Please help asap. Thanks!

A:Enable Wireless Card

  
Quote: Originally Posted by eric8421


The built in wireless card on my Gateway LT21 is disabled, which I could normaly fix, but the physical on/off wireless comunications button is literally broken off, and Gateway says, "this is not a consumer replacable part." All I need to do is turn back on wireless comunications, but I can't a way to do that inside windows. Please help asap. Thanks!


Start, type "network connections" and press enter. Right click your disabled wireless connections and select "enable".

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Hi, Iv installed vista on my acer aspire 1522. It seems as if the drivers have been lost. All the drivers on the website seem to be for xp. can someone give me some advice.
 

A:How to enable the wireless card on my acer

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The computer device manager shows that with the wireless network card is okay, and drivers and everything ok, but the network settings show that the wireless network card is disabled. Network card can not be enabled. I tried with several wireless network cards, nothing changes. The problem arose after the computer's motherboard replacement. Everything is working as before, except for a wireless network card. Where would be a problem in Windows 7?? The network card is a PCI Edimax EW-7128G. Maybe someone knows how to solve this problem?? Thank you.

A:Can not enable wireless network card!!!

  
Quote: Originally Posted by mariaci


The computer device manager shows that with the wireless network card is okay, and drivers and everything ok, but the network settings show that the wireless network card is disabled. Network card can not be enabled. I tried with several wireless network cards, nothing changes. The problem arose after the computer's motherboard replacement. Everything is working as before, except for a wireless network card. Where would be a problem in Windows 7?? The network card is a PCI Edimax EW-7128G. Maybe someone knows how to solve this problem?? Thank you.



Laptops have hot key combo's to enable the wifi. Does yours? and if so have you tried it?

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Ok im wracking my brain!

i have just updated my OS to windows 7 after years of XP. Since updating, a few of my hardware devices needed to be updated aswell. One in particular was my wireless card.

So i went online and purchased a Ralink 802.11b/g/n, installed software and drivers, good to go right? wrong! the bloody thing wont enable.

I have tried everything, aswell as contacting the manufacturer. They have offered me a refund, but i dont want to give in that easy.

when i right click on the the network, it says "enabaling...enabled" then it stays disabled and shaded.

Anybody had a similar issue to this, and or has some ideas?

i have posted some pics to help
. .


thanks in advance
Gassyp

A:wireless lan card wont enable

Run Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor --> http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/win...e-advisor.aspx

Is BIOS updated?

Chipset drivers?

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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Ok im wracking my brain!

i have just updated my OS to windows 7 after years of XP. Since updating, a few of my hardware devices needed to be updated aswell. One in particular was my wireless card.

So i went online and purchased a Ralink 802.11b/g/n, installed software and drivers, good to go right? wrong! the bloody thing wont enable.

I have tried everything, aswell as contacting the manufacturer. They have offered me a refund, but i dont want to give in that easy.

when i right click on the the network, it says "enabaling...enabled" then it stays disabled and shaded.

Anybody had a similar issue to this, and or has some ideas?

i have posted some pics to help


thanks in advance
Gassyp
 

A:wireless lan card wont enable

 

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Have been trying to install a high gain USB wireless long range wireless network adapter to my laptop. Initially tried a Alfa AWUS036h, software installed ok, but it never detected any networks and in Network Connections it was showing disabled. Any attempt to enable started well, showed enabling but the icon stayed at disabled. I presumed it was a problem with the device so returned it on Amazon and purchased a RT73 USB Wireless LAN Card but it has the same issue. Tried the device on a XP laptop and installed and operated brilliantly. Both devices stated on the packaging that they were Windows 7 compatible. Have checked that I have the latest driver from the manufacturer. Any suggestions???

A:RT73 USB Wireless LAN Card will not enable.

Welcome to SF,


Disable any Security or Firewall Software for now.

Uninstall/reinstall the drivers from Safe Mode.

Verify that all your Network Services are Started from Control Panel.
Click on start and type services.msc press enter.
• COM+ Event System (for WZC issues)
• Computer Browser
• DHCP Client
• DNS Client
• Network Connections
• Network Location Awareness
• Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
• Server
• TCP/IP Netbios helper
• WLAN AutoConfig
• Workstation

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Even the official website says yes, i still can't enable the Wake on wireless LAN fetures with updated driver, why?
as the picture shows

but in this url, they says it support Wake on Wireless
Qualcomm Atheros :: Networking :: Qualcomm? XSPAN? :: AR9462

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I'm on a Dell Inspiron 600m notebook computer. I reinstalled windows xp home, and I downloaded a package with all the drivers for this system.

The wireless card is a Broadcom 440x 10\100 integrated controller

I am certain that is the card in the system, and the installation of the driver was successful. However, the wireless network icon in the start bar does not appear.

In the device manager, the broadcom card is listed under "Network Adapters." However, under the "Other Devices" section I found a yellow question mark with an exclamation point next to the words, "Network Controller."

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The Device Instance ID for this "Network Controller" is:
PCI\VEN-8086&DEV-4220&SUBSYS_27218086&REV_05\4&39A85202&0&8F0

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When I go into the Command Prompt and type "IPCONFIG /ALL," this is the readout:

Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : zack-1093bc68a7
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Unknown
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection 2:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Cont
roller
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-12-3F-F6-A9-83

Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : NET... Read more

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Hi there

I have a pc running win 7 and a laptop running win7
I have just installed a wireless card on my PC but dont know how to enable dhcp on it and it doesnt connect to the internet

Does anyone have any ideas?

Cheers
Sas

A:Need to enable DHCP on Belkin Wireless G desktop card

DHCP is something you need to enable on the router/modem. The computer can only be set to obtain ip via dhcp, see here.

Change TCP/IP settings

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What is the difference in security between a computer that you need to plug the wireless card into and one you don't or does internet security have more to do with the firewall and router security?
 

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I'm running a Toshiba Satellite L300 with Windows Vista Home Premium x64 and a T6400 processor. I haven't had any connection problems untill now. The problem I'm having now is Windows cannot find any wireless networks. I can connect through a Ethernet cable but not wirelessly. Another thing that bothers me is that I can't enable the network connection in the network connections folder. I don't know why this is happening suddenly as I haven't made any changes involving my network settings at all. I've looked it up on the internet but couldn't find anything that would help me. One solution that looked promising was: no wireless networks were found in range error

That didn't work though because my "event log" service was already set to Automatic so my case must be different. All help is appreciated and thanks a lot.

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think i accidentally turned off wireless card..dell inspiron 1520/ Windows XP...message i get is press FN + F2..but that does nothing...i was traveling yesterday..with the computer working in an airport think i accidentally turned off but have no idea how to enable. Please help..i work from home on this machine and it's pretty critical i get help soon.
thanks so much
 

A:Solved: Wireless is turned off.. cannot enable wireless networking

Hi Jadewoman

On the left hand side of this laptop there is a wireless switch. This will turn it back on!

http://support.euro.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins1520/en/index.htm

See page 27 of the owner's manual including a picture of the switch.
 

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My dad just bought a new wireless router and out of our 3 computers, mine is having a problem. My computer is a Dell Vostro 1500 with a Dell Wireless 1390 WLAN Mini-Card. I am able to connect to the connection, but not stay online. I am not sure in what intervals I am being disconnected, but it is super frustrating haha. It seems my connection status is stuck on Authenticating. I hope someone can help me, I am quite unfamiliar with troubleshooting networking outside of the simplest tasks. Thank you in advance for any help!

Also, I read an old post about someone else with a very similar problem and someone had said,"Start, Run, CMD, OK to open a command prompt:Type the following command:IPCONFIG /ALLRight click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter.Paste the results in a message here." So, trying to maybe help find a solution sooner, here are my results:

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
C:\Documents and Settings\Sherry Berry>ipconfig/all
Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Sherry
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : hsd1.nj.comcast.net.
Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : hsd1.nj.comcast.net.
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Dell Wireless 1390 WLAN Mini-Card
Physical Add... Read more

A:Dell Wireless 1390 WLAN Mini-Card- Wireless Connection Issues

Hi:Is this ipconfig /all at failure time ?
Try two things.
Go to the router makers site and download any more current firmware for your model.
Change the wireless channel being used.1/6/11 are US preferred.
Also:
1. Update the network drivers (wired and wireless) on your computer to the latest available.from your pc maker’s web site
 

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Hello!

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

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

Read our privacy statement:
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=...
The odd thing is that my internet is still working well.
What do you think is wrong?

Thanks a lot for your help!

Kind regards

A:Dell Wireless WLAN Card Wireless Network Controller has stopped working

follow the instructions on this Dell support page:

bcmwltry.exe error, pls help - DELL COMMUNITY

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I've got a wireless ADSL router with 4 ethernet ports. I've a desktop using XP and connected via ethernet and a laptop running windows 98 connected using a wireless PC Card. I can connect to the internet from both machines but can't get them to see each other.

Laptop says it can't browse the network. I tried the network setup wizard in XP and created a disk when prompted. Tried disk in 98 and rebooted when prompted. On startup, wizard said it couldn't find network card and couldn't continue.

Any help gratefully received. Thanks.
 

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

Checklist for networking Windows Machines with TCP/IP
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- PCs which are not XP must have TCP/IP installed.
- Each PC must have a unique computer name.
- Each PC must have a network share defined.
- ALL NICS must be on the same subnet (e.g. 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).

Allow 15 mins after rebooting a PC for that PC to appear in the workgroup, or
for it to see all other PCs. Or you can search for the PC by its computer name.
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). Net Guest Account is enabled by default in XP, but... Read more

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ASUS PCE-N13 Wireless Adapter IEEE 802.11b/g/n PCI Express 150/300Mbps Transfer/Receive Rate 64-bit/128-bit WEP, TKIP, and AES WI-Fi alliance WPA, WPA2 - Newegg.com

I randomly pick the above. It has 2 antenna. Is this card gives a better signal than a motherboard that has an embedded Wifi module?

because the situation I was at today is, these folks has a toshiba all in 1, which comes with an embedded wifi module in that All in 1. The wireless router/Cable modem is at the basement, and some times they lost signal.

So I'm thinking of something like Linksys WRT1900AC that has 4 antenna, and perhaps source out a signal booster. But if that does not work, it would be time to get a real PC that c/w PCI wireless card.

Do you guys think there is a sizeable gain on signal strength on these PCI wireless card vs. embedded Wifi module on motherboard?
 

A:Does PCI wireless card has better signal than embedded wireless module inside PC

I would try power over Ethernet. But if you must use wifi the all in one probably has its antenna around the screen. I would look at range entenders. They are getting cheap where they just act as an access point and will allow you to extend their coverage
 

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Opinion please: I have an hp pavilion laptop dv2000 and I am going to purchase either a wireless pc plug in module card or one that has a usb adapter.. would like opinions on which one is better for the long run.. I am looking at a Netgear one. both say compatible with windows xp which is what I have. and my router is a netgear already.
 

A:Solved: Wireless plug in module card vse wireless usb adapter

wireless module wouldn't work, ended up with the usb port adapter. Will try it tonight.. Wish me luck
 

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I have been having issues with my the Linksys Wireless card I installed in my Desktop computer for some time now. For some reason the connection just drops, but it still says I am connected. I leave a dos window open to watch as it happens by pinging the router. All of the sudden it will say "request timed out", but the icon shows that it's still connected to the wireless network.

I have tried just about everything to overcome this but nothing seems to work. Rebooting the router will allow it to work for a few minutes and then it times out again. Sometimes it will continue timing out, sometimes it will reconnect and sometimes it will says limited or no connection. Sometimes hitting repair will do the same thing...make it work for a few moments and they down again.

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. 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”.

Would seeing this event frequently not indicate that the card was dropping often and coming back up?

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.
 

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

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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. They both started acting up after an ill advised download from a bit torrent site. I scanned my computer with malwarebytes and it found some infections but did not do anything for me, then i scanned with avg anti-virus and it found nothing. (malwarebytes and avg anti-virus are the only anti virus software i have and are both fully updated)

My computer is a Dell Inspiron 1501 with Windows Vista Basic
AMD Athlon 64 x2

Whenever im redirected i get 1 of 2 images in the address bar (see attachment)

A:Google redirects + Dell Wireless WLAN Card Wireless Network Controller stopped working and was closed

Hello and welcome to Bleeping ComputerWe apologize for the delay in responding to your request for help. Here at Bleeping Computer we get overwhelmed at times, and we are trying our best to keep up. Please note that your topic was not intentionally overlooked. Our mission is to help everyone in need, but sometimes it takes just a little longer to get to every request for help. No one is ignored here.If you have since resolved the original problem you were having, we would appreciate you letting us know. If not please perform the following steps below so we can have a look at the current condition of your machine. Please include a clear description of the problems you're having, along with any steps you may have performed so far.Please refrain from running tools or applying updates other than those we suggest while we are cleaning up your computer. The reason for this is so we know what is going on with the machine at any time. 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 ... Read more

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I have just purchased a Linksys Wireless-G PCI Adapter, Model No. WMP54GS, with the intention of setting it up on a desktop running Windows XP Pro. I want to integrate it into my existing wireless network. Currently, the setup is a Motorola Wireless Access Point Model No. WA840G connected to a Linksys Wired Router, which in turn connects to the net. I currently have two machines, both laptops, that work with this wireless setup with no problem. The third machine, the desktop, has been connecting directly to the Linksys Wired Router, and I now want to switch it over to wireless.

So I've put the Linksys Wireless-G PCI Adapter into the desktop, installed the driver, and the problem is that it only finds my Wireless Network half the time, and when it does, it says 'Connected' but 'No Signal'. Always. Not even 'Low'. Just 'No Signal'. I can't even connect to the router or the wireless access point.

FYI, I don't currently use any kind of encryption with my wireless access point, so that is a non-factor.

Any advice?
 

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i have a dell insperon 2500 from 1998 and a belkin wireless G card. i have spent about 3 hours on the phone with customer service with no success.

i installed the drivers and followed instructions and have had about 2 minutes of being connected with the rest of the time the computer is trying to "validate identity" or find a certificate to log me onto the wireless network.

if you need anymore information to solve this let me know and i will provide it

but i am not smart in computer language so i will need some instructions to find some things.

our router is a wireless n e1000 from linksys
and i need any settings i change to still work with an xbox 360 wireless n adaptor.
thanks ahead of time!
 

A:problem connecting to wireless internet with wireless card.

Hi:See if this link addresses your issue.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Can't_validate_identity_of_a_wireless_connection_using_windows_xp
And this one from TSG:
http://forums.techguy.org/networking/819343-wireless-unable-validate-identity.html
 

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Hello All

Personal preliminaries: non-tech, microsoft office, webservices.

After moving to a new country, we purchased a wireless internet connection (the problem started there - we could have gone for a wired solution). It comes out with a PCMCIA card and a software to run it. It connects to my laptop which has a PCMCIA slot. After purchasing a PCMCIA slot adopter for the desktop PC, it can be inserted to my desktop PC also to connect to the internet.

We have a wireless router (3Com) that we used before to connect our wired broadband connection. In our previous posting, we used to connect all our laptops, PC, and Mac computer, and the printer to the home network.

Here, though the PCMCIA card connects to laptop and desktop individually, we could not create a home network. The connection doesn't seem to go through the LAN configurations. The LAN wired connections between the laptop and PC show each other but cannot share the internet connection. The new PCMCIA solution won't run on the Mac-Mini because neither the software nor the hardware is compatible. Each time we shift the PCMCIA card to either the laptop or desktop PC to surf. We shift files through USB to print via the desktop PC to which the printer is connected. You know what a pain it is.

Switching to wired connection plan is not possible currently because of the annual contract we have signed (fine prints!) has a penalizing clause with a couple of hundred dollar penalty.

Is t... Read more

A:PCMCIA card wireless connection to wireless router?

a little obscure;

I assume you have something like

Code:
modem---wifi.router
and two systems which flip-flop the PCMCIA adapter to get Internet access
(which means only one at a time can be online). Apparently you want TWO
PCMCIA cards and the ability to have both systems online and accessing each other.

q1: Can you connect the WiFi PCMCIA to the router and get online at all.
Usually we need a wired connection to the router to reconfig the
SSID, Channel, and encryption keys. Reconfiguring can not be done with the
WiFi connection.
 

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Hello, Basically I want to find a way to use my Alltell wireless USB modem card to provide Internet access to 2 computers. 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. 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. Then enable Internet Connection Sharing on the computer with the Altell card. 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.

Do I have to buy a switch or hub? how do I add the IP address in - I am lost in trying to set this up!!
 

A:Using an AllTell wireless card to make a wireless network?

Here are details if the computer with the mobile wireless card is running a Windows OS: Using ICS (Internet Connection Sharing).

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. What do you get with something like speedtest.net with the card in a computer and what do you get using the router with only that same computer connected to it?

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.
 

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Hi,

I am having an issue connecting to any wireless network. Problem's existed for 2 days for unknown reason. I have uninstalled and installed and then updated drivers. I also disabled and enabled the respective services from "services.msc" but no go.

I typed "cmd ipconfig /all" and that's what I received.
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Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

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 PC... Read more

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

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Hi everyone and thanks for you time

We have a rather large spread on our property, and had a little tussle over placement of our Wireless G router (Lynksys). I've read enough about Wireless-N to know it would be a good opportunity to upgrade and convinced our landlord to do so.

However I'm not seeing any noticeable difference in terms of the network range after installing the Linksys WRT150N - I'm still stuck at about 100 feet with a direct line of sight, which is no difference from the previous router. I have little concern for speed as our local cable internet maxes out at 600 KB/s regardless, so I figured we would be set to go with our existing wireless cards.

My question then is - is it necessary to install Wireless N cards in our laptops to improve the range? Can't find much on this topic through Google.
 

A:Need Wireless-N card to boost Wireless-N router range?

I think it helps a little, however im not 100% sure, talk to your landlord about getting a range extender, you just plug them into the wall.
 

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I own a Gateway C-140 Tablet PC. It originally came with a Integrated Intel® 3945 802.11a/b/g wireless Mini PCI-E card. I did not have great luck dual booting into Linux with it so I purchased a replacement, the Gigabyte GN-WI01GT. The GN-WI01GT has a AR5005 GS Atheros 5th generation chipset.

This new wireless card works great in Linux now however I can not get it to work in Vista Home Premium (i know i know, but its the best OS for a tablet). Seems like I swapped my problems

I have talked with a Gigabyte tech and a Gateway tech.

The gigabyte rep suspected that the device needed to be enabled via a button on the side of the computer. On my tablet the button is using the function key and F2. I tried this and my wireless card was still unable to detect any wireless networks. He checked the driver version (7.3.1.42) which was the latest. The device is showing up in the device manager as enabled. Vista says the device is working properly. He also informed me I should not need any separate programs to connect to a wireless network like some manufactures do.

The gateway tech was of no use and basically asked me to check the FN + F2 to enable the device told me it was a 3rd party product and gave me a gateway pay by minute tech line.

Since the new card is functioning in Linux perfectly fine I find it hard to believe that it is something as simple as enabling the wireless using FN + F2 since you would think I would be require to do it in Linux as well before it worked.

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A:New Wireless Card, Unable to view Wireless Networks

I came up with a semi solution and a semi diagnosis for this problem. I put BOTH cards in at once putting an antenna on each. I noticed that when I booted into windows that the wireless light showed it was still disabled and in fact it was disabled. I used the FN+F2 key to enable wireless and *POOF* both cards work in vista now.

So my guess is there was sort of hardware check that was disabling power to my wireless or something.
 

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To upgrade your wireless card or wireless card in my laptop HP G6pavilion g series g6microsoft windoww 10  32-bit

A:To upgrade your wireless card or wireless card in my laptop ...

Need specific model number, please. 

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During the third week of May or so I was on a college campus with my laptop computer, and as we all know most computers automatically connect to the internet when a wireless signal is detected, my laptop connected just fine to our network with no problems through out the entire school year, now that I have been back home the computer had had a problem charging , and had the memory and battery replaced, also the hard drive was restored to factory settings, since that, I have been unable to connect to any wireless service. I keep getting an error message, saying that a network cable is unplugged, when I try everything I can think of to connect, i.e. clicking on anything that says anything about wireless and connections in my control panel or on my desktop it never can even detect the wireless service, it shows these 3 , local area connection one and 2, and some weird 1934 connection but they are all disabled. Does this just mean my wireless card is out,or what? Even when I try access connection it tries to connect , but fails, I never had to go through any of this on campus, also, the button that used to be there on the start menu that says connect to, is no longer even there.
 

A:How to tell if I need a New wireless card, or if my computer still has one...

"... most computers automatically connect ..."

The ones owned/used by the more security conscious are set to only connect automatically to preferred networks. Takes an extra click or two to connect to a free public network, but you have a better idea what the computer connects to and when.

I assume you have an integrated wireless adapter. Is it switched on? Does it appear under Network Adapters in Device Manager?

"hard drive was restored to factory settings" implies to me that a fresh Windows was installed, so ...

Did you install all the chipset drivers, including for the wireless adapter?

If you were using a utility other than WZC did you install it?
 

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To Whom it May Concern,

My daughter has a Dell Inspiron B130 running XP - Pro. She also has an Intel PROSet Wireless card. The other day she brought the computer home and told us that her wireless internet connection is no longer working. When I checked it out via her wireless software managment program it states that no wireless adapters are available. When I looked at the device manager it does not show up there either. Only the hard wired network adaptor shows up. All Windows updates have been updated and there are no viruses. I went into the setup and made sure that the wireless device was enabled. I also have the latest BIOS updates. I am at a loss as to what to do. Any help would be very appreciated.

Sincerely,

Brian
P.S. Edited to Add: I have tried to update the wireless driver, but it will not update. The computer just does not see the hardware.
 

A:Wireless Card Not Seen By Computer

Don't know if this will work, but from the BIOS try disabling completely the on board LAN. I've had problems with that being set to automatic and the LAN and WLAN not playing so nice together.
 

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Hi ^^"

I just signed up for cable internet so my brother and I decided to go wireles in our house.

I got every thing set up, downstairs computer is the one connected to the linksys router. First, everything works just fine, both my notebook and my brother's pc upstairs got a very strong signal.

Then, once I tried to set up password for our network, the PC upstairs suddenly can't connect to the internet. We can still see our network on the list, but couldn't connect to it. My notebook still works just fine.

Please advise.
Thank you very much ^___^
 

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Hello there. a week ago i bought a msi laptop with windows 7 premuim OS. everything about it is very good except that the adapter card is driving me nuts.
The problem is that i wont detect networks at all. i went around to places where there were wireless and still nothing. so its nothing wrong with my home network. i spent countless hours looking it up and still couldn't get an answer. i tried connecting a linksys wireless-G USB network adapter to it. it always for some reason fail to install device. but when i go to device manager and uninstall the device and plug it back in, it works fine and i can find and connect to networks. problem is, i don't really want to have to carry the adapter around with me all the time when there is a built in inside the laptop. please help me.

the adapter card is a 802.11bgn 1T1R mini card wireless adapter.
 

A:wireless card won't detect wireless networks

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hello all,I have aproblem with my XP machine.when i boot up the small wireless icon says its not connected,Also when i click to view available wireless networks that there are none in range, i reboot the pc and it might resolve it .More often than not it doesnt.Also i sometimes get a yellow exclamation mark over the wlan in device manager.I update the driver and it resolves until next time i boot back up the pc.Wireless switch is on. My 2 other pcs wrk perfect.This is doin my head in .Any thoughts would be greatly accepted.
 

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Closing duplicate to: http://forums.techguy.org/networking/625631-wireless-intermittantly-working.html#post5125511
 

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im going 2 get a wireless router sometime this week, because i just got a laptop, when get a wireless router, probrably going 2 be a Linksys, do i have 2 get a Linksys wireless card? or could it be any kind of card? thanks.
 

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Hey all I have searched and searched this forum but no one has really given a straight answer to the problem I have. I notice that im not the only one having the same issue which would be wireless card just stop working once I updated vista service pack, not sure if that has anything to do with it, I updated it a couple times got it to work but then once i turn off my computer and go back on the wireless card is disabled agained so as stated in previous threads its a driver issue. So anyone figure it out yet or is it still trying to be figure out?

Thank you

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Hello, I'm a cable user, and now have two computers. A desktop and a laptop. Well, my Desktop is hooked up to the Cable connection, and I bought two items, the Linksys Access Point Router (wireless) and the Wireless PC card for the laptop. I have the router working on the desktop, and the modem is already hooked up to it, however, I can't get my laptop to share the connection. Please tell me how I can configure this.. Thanks a million!
 

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I have decided to fix up my older laptop instead of buying a new one. I recently added RAM & a new hard drive, 1TB, 7200 RPM with Advanced Formatting. I would like to know if I can replace my wireless card with with a wireless/Bluetooth card. I currently have a Realtek RTL8188CE Wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC. what do I have to take into consideration before I buy a new card? Will a Bluetooth card even work with my system?Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

SYSTEM MODEL
Toshiba Satellite L775D PSK4OU-OOGOOP
System Serial# 9B045926R
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Boot Mode: Legacy BIOS in UEFI
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Board: Pegatron Corporation TKBSS 1.50
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Hello all. I came across this website and forum through searching for this problem. I've come across similar problems but they all either end with the person taking their computer to a shop or it goes unsolved.

Here is the issue:
My computer (Dell Vostro 1500 with Windows XP) will not detect the wireless network we have here at home. The wireless card is an Intel Pro Wireless 3945ABG. The laptop has a light that shows if WiFi is on or not. Whenever I turn on the laptop, the light is usually on but not detecting any wireless network (either ours or someone else's).

-This started happening about three weeks ago. There was no damage to the computer. I reformatted the laptop and reinstalled all the drivers but the problem persisted.
-Turns out one of our cats had thrown up on the router we had at the time so I figured that was the problem and waited until we got another one.
-The new one came yesterday and everything was working fine. A couple hours later the problem resurfaced.

I rolled back the driver thinking maybe that was the issue but apparently it wasn't. I tried uninstalling the wireless card and reinstalling. The only thing that accomplished was deleting the profile I had on there. I've tried the simple repair option but that hasn't worked.

I know the router is broadcasting a signal because everyone else in the house is getting the connection.

Here is what is displayed when I do the IPCONFIG/ALL in CMD:

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A:Wireless card won't detect wireless network

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We had an older computer running windows xp that had become very outdated so we bought a new computer with windows 7 home premium (64-bit) and I was wondering if my old "dynex enhanced wireless g desktop card" would work with my new computer, or if I need to go out and buy a new card. My computer is:
eMachines - Desktop with Intel? Pentium? Processor ET1831-03

And my wireless card is probably discontinued model DX-EBDTC but I havent taken it out of the old computer to confirm. It says that it is compatible with vista but I dont know whether it was compatible with 32 and 64 bit versions of vista? I read on here that most time if it is compatible with vista then it will be with windows 7, is this correct? If it is compatible do I simply use the driver on the dynex page (even though it doesnt specify it is for windows 7 because it is discontinued?)

If it is not compatible does anyone have any recommendations on a inexpensive but good quality desktop card, or would you recommend running a cable from the router to this computer (only about 20 feet away but 2 walls and a room in between where I would need to go around the room with cable and cut holes in the walls?

A:Will my wireless card work with my new computer?

I tried seven old wired ethernet PCI cards, two old wireless PCI cards, and one old USB wireless adapter under Windows 7 64, and couldn't get any of them to work.

But I've had success with these two new PCI cards...one wired and one wireless...both were automatically installed by Windows 7 and worked great:

Newegg.com - Rosewill RC-400 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps PCI V2.2, 32/64-bit, 33/66MHz Networking LAN Card With Heatsink & 4 LED indicators - Network Interface Cards

Newegg.com - EDIMAX EW-7128G IEEE 802.11b/g PCI Wireless Card Up to 54Mbps Wireless Data Rates 64/128-Bit WEP, 802.1x, WPA, AES - Wireless Adapters

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I'm doubting that the problem is with the card. It works with eight other computers I've tried it on. I'm guessing it's with the USB on the new computer; however, the Mouse and Keyboard [both usb] work fine. I put the wireless card into a slot which I KNOW was working. The usb controllers [two of them] show up properly in the device manager, however, a third doesn't seem to exist. No device on the computer can see the card or the built in ethernet [the heck?]. I'm now on my second complete format, but I'm doubting the problem is going to fix itself.

Windows XP Professional, straight off of the disc as I'm obviously unable to update it. Board is an AMD 3400 athlon xp. Also, it's EXTREMELY touchy with some of the USB ports, so much as touching the cable is causing the machine to powerdown as though I just shoved an IDE cable into a drive while it was on, possibly related. The card is a 2wire wireless card802.11g - standard for wireless routers via SBC.

Thanks to anyone who can give me some suggestions !
 

A:USB wireless card not installing on new computer

Is the reason that you are unable to update XP Pro because you cant get online because of the wireless card problem? Or is it because you have a less than legal copy of the Win XP Pro disc? I am gonna guess because of the Wireless card problem.

Does your network card (Is it an onboard Network Interface?) work with out the Wireless card installed. if so, you can remove the Wireless card and connect by wire to your router and get on the internet to upgrade your OS.
 

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I currently use an AT&T wireless pc card for my internet connection. It is a Sierra Wireless Aircard 881. I am using it now on a Toshiba Satellite which uses Windows XP. I just bought an Acer Aspire 5715Z/5315 Series computer which uses Vista. I downloaded my communication manager and tried to use my wireless card in it. This light on the PC card will not come on and I can't get any signal. The computer has WIFI and I am able to get online but only if I go and sit in front of a WIFI hotspot. I have never used Vista before and don't know if there if something I am not doing right or just not doing. I have used my PC card on several different computers but they all used Windows XP. I am sorta computer literate but have no clue what to do. Can you please help. Also, please use laymens terms as I am not an expert. Thank you.
 

A:Cannot activate Wireless PC card on new computer - HELP!

Did you follow the instructions and install the software?
http://www.sierrawireless.com/support/support_and_downloads.aspx?id=4,12,1,1

Don't confuse your wireless broadband connection provided by AT&T with WiFi which is wireless networking. They're two separate technologies and connections that use two different sets of hardware.

You might want to make a call to AT&T just to verify that the card and software is compatible with Vista and ask if there's anything extra you need to do to get it to work.
 

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Hi guys,

First off I should say that I am at a beginner level and even though I would say I know more than the average Joe, compared to you guys I am but a blip on the radar. Ok, so here's my problem;

About 2-3 months ago I left my computer with my brother in Kansas City and before I get to ahead of myself this is a hand built computer. No one component is from any direct maker such as Dell. They are all different hand picked parts from a guy that built it as I just forwarded the money. Ok, so as I was saying is that I left the computer in his care and I know when I left it that everything worked fine. However, I noticed that when I got the computer back 3 months later after it being shipped to Arizona that the Wireless N card was not being picked up by the computer at all. Pushing past all the magnitude of dust left behind from the computer being in his closet, I noticed that nothing was disconnected. I find this a little weird as I said before it was all working. Can someone or anyone tell me what I would have to do in order for my computer to once again recognize that I have a wireless n card already built into the machine.
Thanks again and I hope I can be of any assistance.
 

A:Computer Not Detecting Wireless N Card

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Hey I'm Roben, I'm 13. 
My grandma has an old 2009 desktop running Windos Vista Home Premium that she's had to move'd down into her bedroom. The router is sitting in the only place that works in the house, so I need to install a wireless adaptor. I have a wireless card with antenna already installed, it had been sitting there waiting for it for a long time. But I think the drivers aren't installed properly because it isn't working. I'm not used to this kind of stuff, I have barely worked with desktops...but this is a fun thing for me to learn with. Can somebody help me get this working?
I can't seem to find the drivers to download them... its a pretty old system so I wonder if their still available?
 I can't carry her computer to the router to connect to the internet because its too heavy, so I'll have to do it myself, so as much help as I can get through explenation would be great. 
I know I could call someone else to fix it, but i'd like to figure it out myself. Let me know what you think, Thanks  

A:Installing a wireless card on grandmas computer

Hi welcome to BC.
 

 
But I think the drivers aren't installed properly because it isn't working.

I guess you do not have a drivers disk for that wireless card ?
 
Can we have more information on that wireless card , Eg make and model?
 
Something like this is easy to set up, and cheap.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Mini-USB-802-11b-g-n-300Mbps-WiFi-N-Wireless-Adapter-Dongle-Network-LAN-Card-/180857119047?pt=AU_Components&hash=item2a1beca147

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I bought a MSI Wireless Network Card and placed it in a PCI slot of an integrated motherboard (audio, video and network) and it won't even power it on, I have tried the card in another computer and it works fine, apparently none of the PCI slots are working, are there any pci settings that I can change? (If I change some settings the computer won't even start.)
 

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Hey just a quickie, on all the sites saying what parts you need to order to build a computer, none list a wireless card as a necessary part, but i've searched around and some places say that if you dont have one you basically cant connect to wireless networks?

So no big deal, they're like 30 bucks on newegg.ca, but I figure I should get all the important parts ordered.
 

A:Wireless card needed for building computer?

You need a wireless card or wireless adapter to go wireless.
 

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I custom built my computer and I am having problems with intermittent freezing. I had to replace my last wireless adapter because the connection was very slow (only sometimes). I replaced the card and now the speeds are great but sometimes the computer will freeze intermittently freeze for 1-2 secs. The mouse, video, sound and everything freezes and the sound puts out a weird "morphed" sound. To alleviate this problem I have to move the mouse down to the wireless icon in the right area of the task bar, click on it, and then click on the wireless connection. Then it will be fine.
My computer is running windows 7 professional and the wireless driver is up to date. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

Sorry but I just realized I probably posted this in the wrong topic. Not sure how to change it.

A:Computer Freezing Intermittently Due to Wireless Card

Let me ask a mod to move the topic.

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Hi! I'm Oz, as an introduction.
I'm not super tech savvy, but I know my way, pretty fairly, around my operating system.
Now the problem I'm having is with this wireless network adapter usb thing from Belkin, model f5d6051, I'm running XP with service pack 2.
It started a couple hours after I installed the driver for this wireless usb adapter. I got the BSoD and it told me it was shutting down before anything bad happened blablabla. Now this has happened over 7 times now in the last 28 hours, I've gotten three different error problems, the only name I could remember is 'bugcode_usb_driver' or something like that, on one of the screens it cites 'bel6051.sys' on another it cited 'afd.sys' or adf, can't remember. Then there was another much longer one that there's no way in heck I could remember off the top of my head.
But since then, I've re-download the driver from Belkin's website, uninstalled the driver, reinstalled the driver, restarted, did all the installshield wizard stuff and it still keeps happening. Then repeat.
Also, install wizard is having its own issues now after the last time I reinstalled the driver, telling me it's having an issues, to close all running programs, clear my temporary, and check my internet settings.
Also, just in supercase, I keep running complete virus scans with symantec endpoint .
My knowledge of computers sadly does not include this, I usually have my father around for set up problems hahahaha.
In any case, this is very frustrating and I wo... Read more

A:Wireless card driver keeps crashing my computer?

Can you provide us the crashdumps? There should be minidumps present in your Windows/Minidump directory.

Most likely it may just simply be a bad adapter. Have you tried pluggin it into other USB ports? Another potential problem could be with it conflicting with any other network-based driver. Most likely I see people's wifi drivers crash cuz they conflict with some old modem drivers that were preinstalled on their system. You should disable and uninstall any modem device you have on the computer.

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Hi all I have a Hp pavilion Laptop windows 8.1 64 bit. For some reason when it updated Bios flash and then the new flash player all of a sudden the computer is slower the web pages load slower and streaming is extremely slow or it will say pages timed out. It keeps doing that saying pages have times out.

I am not sure what is happening. I tried to scan in the security settings the trouble shooter but nothing. I am not sure exactly what to do at this point.

The wireless says it is working but wow it is slow to load pages. Weird because the wireless has been working great and there is nothing wrong with the wireless router. So I am having to reset or trouble shoot the wireless card.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
 

A:Help Computer is slow and wireless card problem

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Hi, new to the forum. I need some help. I have an HP G60 running Vista. One day I just couldnt enable my wireless. I tried everything and finally resorted to calling Tech Service. They walked me through a bunch of stuff and then said it was my wireless card. They sent me a brand new one but it still won't enable the wireless. Any suggestions?
 

A:HP G60 will not enable wireless

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i am not able to switch on my wireless on my laptop....i have a hp pavillion dv6 - 1131ea which contains touchpad controls for the wireless and dvd controls (which have stopped working)

i have also tried fn + f2 to see if this will enable it an so far it hasn't.....

any ideas what i can do or how it can be fixed?
 

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Yesterday, all was fine but this morning my HP TX1000 Laptop wouldn't auto connect to my wireless router (1 metre away). I remembered that on the bootup Wireless Assistant turned on Bluetooth but not Wireless. In the Network and Sharing Centre, "Manage Wireless Networks" isn't showing so I can't turn it on. In what may be a related issue, I can't get into Services - Vista says that either I don't have permission (I'm logged on as Administrator) or it can't find Windows/System32/Services.msc (which I can't see). I've done the obligiatory re-start and I've connected via cat5 but I need to resolve this - can anyone help?

A:Can't enable wireless

i have the same problem.. with you lindsay.. even i re-install the driver of my wireless connection it wont work... i do many many way but it doesnt work.. i cant enable the wifi in network sharing...

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Hi!

I'm trying to configure my Win 7 Pro machine to wake from sleep when I attempt to connect through RDP from my work machine. My home computer is connected through a Belkin N+ USB Wireless adapter (can't physically connect to router through ethernet due to house layout).

When I go to the adapter's power settings the Advanced tab doesn't have any of the WOL settings available and the Power Management tab has the "Allow this device to wake the computer" option greyed out (see attached screenshots).

In my bios I have S1 & S3 sleep enabled and everything I can find that could be related with WOL enabled (Wake from Modem, Wake from Ring, etc.) although I see nothing referring to Wake on Lan or WOL specifically mentioned. The machine wakes from sleep using a keyboard perfectly so no problems there.

When I go to the ethernet adapter's settings all of the WOL options are available and enabled but I need this to work for my WiFi since the machine isn't physically connected. I just want to save some energy costs since I'm currently leaving my machine one 24/7 so I can remote in when need be from work.

I have the newest BIOS Firmware, newest wireless adapter drivers (Win7 compatible) and all Windows Updates installed. This has got me stumped, any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

A:Can't enable Wireless WOL!

That Ralink RT61 USB device is bus powered. When the computer turns the device off to save power it can't "hear" the wakeup call nor could it tell Windows to power it up if it could "hear" it.

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Hi!

I'm trying to configure my Win 7 Pro machine to wake from sleep when I attempt to connect through RDP from my work machine. My home computer is connected through a Belkin N+ USB Wireless adapter (can't physically connect to router through ethernet due to house layout).

When I go to the adapter's power settings the Advanced tab doesn't have any of the WOL settings available and the Power Management tab has the "Allow this device to wake the computer" option greyed out (see attached screenshots).

In my bios I have S1 & S3 sleep enabled and everything I can find that could be related with WOL enabled (Wake from Modem, Wake from Ring, etc.) although I see nothing referring to Wake on Lan or WOL specifically mentioned. The machine wakes from sleep using a keyboard perfectly so no problems there.

When I go to the ethernet adapter's settings all of the WOL options are available and enabled but I need this to work for my WiFi since the machine isn't physically connected. I just want to save some energy costs since I'm currently leaving my machine one 24/7 so I can remote in when need be from work.

I have the newest BIOS Firmware, newest wireless adapter drivers (Windows 7 compatible) and all Windows Updates installed. I've also added the EnableWoWLAN key to the registry but to no avail. I know the older Belkin router supports WMM so I can't imagine why the newer Belkin adapter wouldn't. This has got me stumped, ... Read more

A:Can't enable Wireless WOL!

Wireless WOL doesn't work for the current generation of wireless adapters and drivers. There is a new standard in the works that will allow it, and new Intel chipsets will work.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wake-on-LAN
 

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I have an hp pavillion laptop running windows xp sp 3. I tried to push the wireless button between the keyboard and screen and it doesn't light up. When I right click on the sys tray I can't click enable. As a matter of fact right now I'm typing this on my iPod touch and it's a pain. When I first got the laptop I disabled the wireless and now that I need it I can't get it to work.

I appriciate any help I can get. Thanks.

Lee
 

A:I can't enable my wireless

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(Originally, I had posted this in another forum after much reading, then realized that I needed a new thread. THIS IS A VERY SPECIFIC SPECIAL CASE!) Hi all. I'm thinking I'm in the right place to be asking this question. I have read the posts here and to start, they're very similar. I have recently updated the mobo and processor on my system and added a wireless nic. I am having a few weird problems but the one that fits this conversation is the wireless NIC. It is plugged in correctly. It works in another pc. I installed the mfg's drivers. I have rebooted many times due to other things. The OS is a fresh install because of the upgrade. All drivers are from the mfg's websites for all parts involved and the system bios is updated and running at optimal, but not OC specs. The problem is this... My pc does not "see" the card at all! I tried every combination of install and still, the pc recognizes nothing wireless at all. If I may add xtra info, I know my vid card took a dive. I am currently running in VGA mode. The other probs just get more baffling. Esp since I started everything from scratch as if building a new pc. My biggest prob is that after a few min of not typing or moving the mouse, My pc freezes. I still see the screen as I left it, but there is NO functionality. I have to hard boot to start again. I have all power settings set to never and no scr sav. It isn't overheating because it'll run as long as I make it do something... Read more

A:Can't get wireless card working at all, and computer freezes from inactivity!

We prefer to have just one post in one forum, rather than lots of duplicates across the site, as it gets very confusing to follow

So I would suggest you continue here as you have already had a reply - if in the wrong forum, hit the report button and asked to be moved

Continue here
http://forums.techguy.org/windows-xp/955860-help-mscorsvw-exe-causing-my.html
closing this one
 

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A while ago I bought a Gigabyte AirCruiser G PCI Wireless Network card for my computer. It worked fine, there were no problems. However, just the other day I bought a new graphics card (ATI Radeon X1600 AGP), and I've been having problems since installing it.
The first time I tried to start the computer after installing the graphics card, the computer beeped a few times and would not turn on. I thought the graphics card was at fault, but Then I noticed that I'd knocked the wireless card loose, so I plugged it back in properly, and it was all good. The computer booted fine, all the hardware worked.
Then, the next morning I turned my computer on again, and the computer beeped and would not start. After some mucking around with the hardware again, I've found that the computer's fine if the wireless card is not attatched, but won't boot if it is. It won't even display anything on my monitor. It just beeps and does nothing.
I'm thinking the wireless card may be faulty due to something I've done, but I'm wondering why it worked one night, then didn't work the next morning, without anything having been touched in between.
I really don't want to have to buy a new wireless card, so any suggestions at all would be appreciated.
 

A:Wireless network card prevents computer statring

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I just purchased and installed (exactly as the directions said) a LinkSys WMP-300N.

The installation calls to run the setup first, in the middle of which it will power off and you are to install the card. I did this, but when I went to boot back up, the computer goes into an endless loop of turning on and off.

I replaced my PSU (to an antec ev-650) thinking maybe it was going over max on startup, but same result. I ahve update my bios versions, and updated all drivers on the computer. Still the same thing. However, If I install the card with the computer running (i know i know, not supposed to) it works fine...in fact I am using it right now to view this website.

Any ideas of what could be wrong?
 

A:computer wont turn on after installing wireless card

I just got done with a live chat with a linksys employee...All they gave me was "we are sorry, be assured your problem is being forwarded and will be looked at"
 

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With Windows XP, perhaps 1/2 year would go by before i had my computer freeze for some reason but always solved after a re-bootup. The past 48 hours i had a real BLANK of a time with my computer freezing up....eventually i solved it. However i am not exactly sure what went wrong in the first place. Perhaps this post with help others. Here's what happen:

During the past week i had about 5 episodes of my computer freezing but i saw no real problem until yesterday when the computer freezing problem got worse,much WORSE by
freezing up within 15 seconds of Windows opening. The computer froze in safe mode too. When i tried running CHECKDISK/REPAIR, my computer froze. I tried many times to boot into WIndows but the freezing problem continued. I decided to do a REFORMAT...1 hour later i boot into WIndows and the freezing problems continued. I did another REFORMAT and still the freezing continued.

I started to panic and started wildly trying all things.

I pulled out up the USB cord with the WIRELESS CARD adaptor,rebooted and WOW! the freezing problem was not happening. I plugged the USB cord into my computer and FREEZE. I tried 5 times booting up and as soon as the USB cord was plugged in,the FREEZE. I have been using this same USB adaptor was 2 years,so i assumed it was broke. I bought a new USB WIRELESS adaptor,the freezing problems came back.

I found myself wondering what to do next,i did reformats and i did reformats. Then i started experimenting and took out the internal... Read more

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THIS HAS BEEN SOLVED AS I GOT A NEW ADAPTER


Hello everyone .

First thing.
I have integrated LAN in my PC which I dont use so I disabled it in BIOS.
Than I installed the driver for my Belkin F5D7050.
I go into the Adapter Settings and than it comes up with my adapter disabled so I click on Enable and than the box pops up and says Enabling than Enabled but still its Disabled as its gray. Sometimes the box freezes when Enabling. And yes I have clicked Refresh after I tried to enable.

Anyone got clues, there was no problems when I was connecting with Vista.

Thanks Guys

A:Cannot Enable Wireless Adapter

Hello Sagotua and welcome to the SevenForums. You might want to check this thread out.

Kari

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eable hp wireless assistant in device manager

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A few hours ago I returned to my Dell laptop #1 to find that it had no wireless connectivity. It had wireless connectivity a couple hours earlier, as I was using it .
there is nothing wrong with my modem /router, as I am sending this on Dell #2 which is connected wirelessly.
I have had a new Windows 7 o/s installed in the past ten days or so.
Does anyone have any idea how to 'eable my wireless system'???

A:Enable wireless capabilities

ok you can click wireless, on left mouse, and "troubleshoot problem"

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I installed XP on one computer and Vista on another computer. How do I enable wireless on both these computers? Someone suggested that I install the wireless network drivers for these O/S's from the computer company (Gateway) that I bought the computers from. But, Gateway is asking that I pay for that support. How can I install the needed drivers to enable wireless on these computers without going to dumb Gateway?

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A:How Do I Enable Wireless On Vista/XP?

Download them from the net...

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Hi all,

normally I would not bother you with such a silly question but I just can?t solve the issue.
I run W7 ultimate 64bit on a brand new customized machine. Not an upgrade but a clean Installation
The problem I have is the following:
I upgraded to wireless with D-Link DWA552. I have a Linksys router WRT54G.
Installation and driver upgrade went fine. PCI card is correct in device manager en enabled.
The issue I have is that I cannot enable the wireless adapter.
Ok next step: got another card. Linksys, the a Belkin, the a noname.
Always the same issue. Microsoft compatibility center says YES to 64 bit. Installation is easy as it should be but the wireless adapter stays disabled whatever I do.
I also restartet WLAN Service, I disabled/enabled the hardware.
I appreciate every Info/Tip.
btw I did countless wireless installation.
Am I missing something?
Thanks so much

A:Enable wireless adapter

I assume you have checked that you have installed the driver and it's working properly as noted from Device Manager. I also assume you have enabled the device in BIOS (if applicable).

What machine do you have?

Just the other day i have had issue turning on bluetooth device on one of our laptops. It turns out i needed the hotkey driver. Installed it and turned on BT via Fn + F5 and all seems to come online.

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My HP 8510w has been no wireless adapters available and it looks like caused by INTEL site driver updating, which is not covered by HP driver site.

However, after all drivers re-installed with HP recommended ones, the problem is still there. Both HP Wireless Assistant and Wireless Confirguration Utility are no function.

A:How to Enable Wireless Adapter

HP Compaq 8510w Mobile Workstation

It looks like there are 2 wireless drivers available, a broadcom and an Intel driver. Did you try both? or do you know for sure what wireless card you have? You can try goin to the device manager and try updating the wireless driver from there also. Otherwise if you have any system restore points made, you may want to do a system restore and see if that will bring the correct driver back.

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So I just got a brand new laptop, a Dell Inspiron. I turned it on, started adjusting properties to suit me, and tried to connect to my internet connection. In the process I wanted to disconnect from my internet, but nstead I pressed disable. Now I can't figure out at all how to enable the thing again. I try to troubleshoot it and it tells me that the wireless adaptor is disabled, but gives me absolutely no clues on how to enable it again.

How do I do this? 5 minutes old and I already have problems...

A:Enable wireless adaptor

Hi,

Usually its a special keystroke, something like ALT+F8 - check above the laptop keys : are there special functions shown, perhaps a wireless icon?

If you are able to take a photo of the keyboard and post here we can solve it in two shakes of a lambs tail.

Regards,
Golden

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I am currently running a HP Pavilion 17 Laptop with Windows 7 Professional.  On a few occasions in the past the wireless adapter in the unit stopped working.  I don't recall what I did to get it working again then however at this time I cannot get it to enable although I followed all the steps for changing adapter settings on the Network and Sharing Center.  When I select Connect it simply shows that it is not connected.  Nothing I tried seemed to help.  I have a Belkin Wi-Fi unit which is working and my laptop works as long as I have an Ethernet cable connected.  However if I disconnect the cable the laptop will not connect via the wireless adapter.  In the past it would always remain connected to the Wi-Fi even if I disconnected the cable.  PLEASE give me any thoughts you might have to troubleshoot this.  Thanks in advance for your effort and help.

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Product Name: hp 15-ac122tuOperating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 (64-bit) What is the key for WiFi and Bluetooth? How to turn on my WiFi and Bluetooth?

A:Function Key to enable Wireless?

@Sam118? System:HP Notebook - 15-ac122tu The User Guide provides information on the keys - see Page 13 There is no "bluetooth" key.The "Airplane" / Wireless only connects you if you have set up Wireless on your computer See:Connecting to a Network > Chapter 3, Page 18  When you see a Post that helps you,Inspires you, provides fresh insight,Or teaches you something new,Click the "Thumbs Up" on that Post. Fixed / Answered? Click that post Accept as Solution to help others find Answers. 

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I have a linksys WUSB54G v3 adapter that I am trying to install on a machine with server 2008. When I first put it in, it found a driver and installed it. It showed up in network connections, but it was disabled. When I enabled it, nothing happened. I thought maybe it was a problem with the driver windows had picked, so I downloaded the latest official driver from linksys. I uninstalled the one windows had used and followed the linksys installer which errored when it tried to detect the device. Server 2008 is based on the same underlying structure as Vista, and I'm just experimenting so don't worry why I'm connecting a server over wireless. Any ideas on how I can get this thing working?
 

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I have a Dell Inspiron 5010M and a Linksy router that I am unable to enable wireless. EasyLink iis all set up and working with a wired conection. But when I go to enable wireless, first part of it is good, it asks me to chose my DW1501 Wireless-N WLAN Half-Mini Card. I do then select the card and it takes a min or two then it will tell me that my wireless radio is not enabled. I have tryed to turn the radio on from the keyboard, still a no go, and on an older dell I had the same kind of thing go on and I had to go into the settings some where and turn the radio on. The older Dell had Windows XP and this computer is Windows 7, way different, or I'm just more familiar with XP. Can any one help me with this problem?
 

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Hi guys,

Would really appreciate some help here as I am getting the run-around from ISP, Microsoft and Compaq.

I have a Windows Vista 32 bit Home Premium Compaq Presario that I have put downstairs and am trying to connect to the internet via a Netcomm NP545 USB stick. The USB stick worked fine on my old computer which ran XP but it won't work on the Vista model.

The USB stick is compatible with my version of Vista, the problem is that when I go to the network settings and it shows my wireless connection, it is disabled. If I click enable it goes on to say enabling...enabled but it remains disabled.

The USB stick works on my other two computers one running XP, the other running Windows 7. And am at a total loss as to what could be preventing it from working.
Anyone have any ideas?

When I try to set up the wireless connection and it doesn't find one, the diagnosis is

"RT73 USB wireless Lan card is experiencing driver or hardware issues"

A:Can not Enable a connection - wireless

Hello & welcome,

I think you are being pointed in the right direction you just need to go there: -

NP545: NetComm

What antivirus & firewall are you using?

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I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit on a custom built PC. I have a Zonet 1642D wireles card that I had used fine for almost a year.

For about the past two weeks my internet would suddenly drop about once a day and it would say there were no wireless connections available. I would have to restart my computer and then everything would be fine.

Well on Friday it happened and I got fed up, so I uninstalled the wireless card and reinstalled, and now I can't enable the wireless connection at all in the Network Connections menu. It will say "Enabling..." and then "Enabled" but it doesn't actually enable.

I run the diagnostic tool on the Network Adapter and I get the message "There might be a problem with the driver for the Wireless Network Connection adapter." In the detailed information "Windows couldn't automatically bind the IP protocol stack to the network adapter". I've tried reinstalling the driver, I've downloaded the driver from the Zonet website, and I've tried rolling back drivers. I've tried a system restore to when it did work, and I'm getting nothing. Anyone have any ideas? Would greatly appreciate any input, and thank you in advance.

A:Cannot enable wireless connection

I found a solution, and it involves temporarily bridging the wireless and lan connections (then unbridging). See Technopaideia: Frustrating but ultimately successful fix for Internet connectivity

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1st Post.
Moved to new house. Cable modem is far from desktop (no cable outlet in office), have to connect wirelessly. Bought wireless adapter (Asus PCE-N53). Installed drivers and card. All is well. BUT computer doesn't see any networks. Tried vista's Diagnose Why Can't Find Any Networks and says "the network adapter ASUS pce-n53 wireless lan card is experiencing driver or hardware related issues". On Device manager the card is enabled and working properly BUT on Control Panel > Network Connections the wireless connection is Disabled. When I try to enable it, it doesn't (goes through the motions but in the end it still shows Disabled.)
I re-installed the driver, rebooted the machine, removed and re-inserted the card more than once, same results.
This is the 2nd card that I try, the 1st was a Rosewill, so I don't think it's the card itself.
Is something wrong in my settings?
Or is it the motherboard?
Or something else?
Please Help!

P.S. the LEDs on the back of the card are both off

A:can't enable new wireless adapter

Go to Device manager and uninstall the device. Reboot.

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Hey,

I accidently disabled my USB adapter, and now I don't know how to enable it back. So somebody please help me with that
I use NETOPIA TER/GUSB2-N RT2571/RT73 USB WIRELESS G CARD.

A:Can't enable USB Wireless Adapter

I found a solution, and it involves temporarily bridging the wireless and lan connections (then unbridging). See Technopaideia: Frustrating but ultimately successful fix for Internet connectivity

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Hi,

I have a Zepto (company went bankrupt) computer with a Vista peremium 64-bit os. For about 2 months ago i reinstalled the computer but it was yesterday i needed my wlan card for first time. I can use my wlan but i can use wired internet. I have tried both old and new drivers. I got the computer wlan switch on but i still can't enable wlan under Network connections. Everything under the device manager is installed and working correct. When i enbale My wireless network it does not change. It is still disabled. When i try to enable it true my Ralink (wlan card distributor) software it just say "Switch radio state fail". I'm completely out of ideas now. Help will be appreciated.

A:Can't enable wireless network

Originally Posted by Labello


Hi,

I have a Zepto (company went bankrupt) computer with a Vista peremium 64-bit os. For about 2 months ago i reinstalled the computer but it was yesterday i needed my wlan card for first time. I can use my wlan but i can use wired internet. I have tried both old and new drivers. I got the computer wlan switch on but i still can't enable wlan under Network connections. Everything under the device manager is installed and working correct. When i enbale My wireless network it does not change. It is still disabled. When i try to enable it true my Ralink (wlan card distributor) software it just say "Switch radio state fail". I'm completely out of ideas now. Help will be appreciated.



Hi, a few pieces of advice for you.

Make sure your drivers are up to date (even thought the company's gone bust it may use generic drivers)

Try enabling the wireless card then restarting your PC.

Make sure your PC is up to date (Especially make sure you have SP2 installed)

See if there are any options to do with your Wireless card in the BIOS.

Oli

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I recently bought a TP-Link wn353gd wireless adapter. Win7 recognizes it automatically as a realtek 8185 extensible wireless device. However, after the installation completed, I found out that the wireless device appears as "disabled". I clicked "enable" a prompt appeared saying that it was enabling the device, then finish... and the wireless adapter was still disabled.

I tried downloading the win7 drivers from the realtek site, using the vista drivers from the TP-Link cd... nothing. The wireless card is there, I just can't get it to enable.

I did notice that both connection utilities (realtek's and TP-Link's) showed the wireless adapter as disabled, and kept flashing constantly, as if they were being updated.

What can I do?

Thanks in advance.

A:Can't enable wireless adapter

hi and welcome..

try this driver Download
and also post your result.

cheers.

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Hello- since moving to a new location I've been having problems with my internet connection, and have ran several test.

Yesterday I went to a wired connection instead of wireless, and then decided to go back to wired. Since my wireless connection is through a linksys WUSB600N and it has known problems with skipping when playing games like World of Warcraft I turned off WLAN and had disabled my wireless adapter, then installed another program to run the connection (Which I had done previously though the last time I didn't turn off WLAN or disable my adapter). Then I went to enable the adapater and it wouldn't enable.

I also turned back on WLAN and restarted. It still won't work. At this point nothing I do will enable my wireless adapater. It shows it is enabling but then it just keeps saying disabled. Any suggestions would be great. The light on the WUSB600N doesn't even turn on when I plug it in now, and it just worked less then 24 hours ago.

A:Wireless adapter will not enable.

I am having the EXACT same problem... has anyone found anything out about this one yet? Not many things baffle me, but this one has my hair coming out by the fistfuls...

Thanks much,

Jim







Originally Posted by grumpgrump


<SNIP>...I went to enable the adapater and it wouldn't enable.

I also turned back on WLAN and restarted. It still won't work. At this point nothing I do will enable my wireless adapater. It shows it is enabling but then it just keeps saying disabled. Any suggestions would be great.

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I use Lenovo Ideapad Z470
Can you guys show me the way to enable wireless at BIOS?

A:How can I enable wireless at BIOS

Ngoctraiden9x, welcome to the windows 7 forum.

The bios is where the hardware is turned on/off/configured in most cases. For your computer to use the wireless, you have to have the hardware drivers installed and the software to control the wireless adapter.

Normally, when you turn your machine on the bios recognizes your hardware devices and then as your Operating system loads, it load all the drivers for your devices and at that time your wireless would become active.

Is this what you meant when you said enable wireless at bios?

Some bios screens will allow you to turn on and off devices. If this is what you mean, then by entering bios, go thru the screens and look for the wireless. Some machines have a physical wireless switch or a function key toggle.

Rich

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yeh as i stated above, my computor is telling me to enable it through windows device manager but there is no option for enabling it?? anyone got any ideas??????
 

A:my wireless LAN is disabled and i cannot enable it. HELP?!

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(Sorry, I just edited this because I realized the title said Wireless Router, it's actually a gateway. Can't fix it.)

I have a Netgear CGD24G Wireless Gateway and a Gateway MA8 laptop with after-market Windows 7 (Vista got a virus, went ahead and upgraded.)

Now, when I download 100 MB files on my Xbox 360 (Which is wired to the modem) it will be downloaded in a couple minutes, or less. The other computers in my house (There are plenty, and even more that come and go.) get a blazing internet connection, and most of them are wireless. Now this computer, which had an extremely quick connection as well all of a sudden dropped off, while the rest of the computers remain fast.

I've gone to Speedtest.net before and after this occurred and my speed before was around 12 mb/s, and one time around 4 AM was even upward of 25 mb/s, all of these tests were performed multiple times on different server locations.

I JUST did the speedtest, and it came back with .4 mb/s, and the UL speed was 2.0. I honestly can't remember what I averaged with it prior to the problem, but it was definitely higher as well.

This started happening a little less than a week ago, and I've downloaded/changed nothing major with the computer, and have mainly used it for light browsing, and an occasional download.

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I have recently sorted out the wireless connection of a child's laptop to a wireless printer. It works perfectly. Howver, the parent's, wired, desktop computer does not now print. No changes were made to the desktop , which was working fine before this.. I am not at the location now but are there any ideas why this should suddenly occur. Both computers are running XP.
 

A:Wireless printer not printing from wired computer after connection by wireless lapto

Wireless printers can be connected both by USB and wireless simultaneously. However, I have come across many that say they should but don't do so easily. Sometimes they have to be setup wireless first then USB and others vice versa..
In my opinion, it is probably the best option to add the printer to the desktop through the network. Then there should be no problems with setup. Hope that helps..
 

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I have a wireless-G linksys USB network adaptor (2.4 GHz 802.11g) that cannot pick up my wirless network. It is however picking up numerous other networks surrounding my house. Right now I'm using my Toshiba laptop that is connected to the same home network that my linksys adaptor cannot find.

Can anyone offer my any advice as to how to find my wireless network through my USB adaptor hooked up to my desktop computer? I know how to access my router information (Enter 192.168.1.1 for linksys and all that other good stuff) but do not know what exact settings I may needto change in order to have my desktop computer recognize the home network.

Is something perhaps hidden on the router information? Or is my adaptor out of date? Any info would be appreciated. Thank you

A:Why can't my USB wireless adaptor (Desktop Computer) find my wireless network?

Did you follow the manual for the USB wifi adaptor, installing procedures, driver? What happens to the Toshiba laptop's self wifi capability?

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I've had wireless on this pc before. A while back, we had a tech come out from out internet provider to fix a few things, and we told him we already have a few other devices on our wireless network, so it may be a better idea to connect through an ether-net cord to our main pc for a more secure connection.

That has worked fine for the most part, but now there's a different problem, and I think I need to be able to connect wireless in order to fix it.
If it matters, the problem is, that any game I try to patch via the game launcher, times-out.
I actually spoke with a CSR from Square Enix, he said it may have to do with the port-forwarding, then I spoke with a rep in technical support from our local provider, and she said there is no port forwarding through the(ir) ether-net but it is available through wireless.

So, that's essential what has brought me here.
I'll upload a couple of pics, so you can actually see that:
A: There is no wireless enabled on my pc at all and
B: There's no wireless driver - just the one on my driver list that, tbh, I don't know much about.

I've already tried uninstalling the driver then re-installing, (didn't detect anything).
I've tried power-cycling my modem.
I've messed around with every option in the "Network and Internet" settings in my control panel.
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A:Computer no longer has a wireless driver/Can't detect wireless network

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I'm wanting to buy a Linksys wireless N WMP300N card, but my router says it supports wireless b and g. I've read on several different sites that the wireless N card will work on wireless g network.

I'm buying this card off ebay with no return policy, so I need to make sure if it's possible to really use this on my linksys router?

which only reads wireless b and g options in it.

thank you
 

A:Using wireless N card on a wireless b/g router

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Hello--

I own a Compaq F500, running Windows Vista. Recently my wireless quit. The switch is on, but shines as orange, it refuses to turn blue as it should. When i do a hardware search, it does not find the card. I was told by my "computer person" that i needed to reinstall Vista and that would fix it. I did that, and well, still, no wireless.

Another person told me i needed to go in and check the BIOS. Well, anyone know how to do that on a Compaq F500? I've hit F10, and its just boot options.... once i'm in the BIOS, what do i do?

I really need this laptop up and going for my college classes. Any help is greatly appreciated!
 

A:Wireless Card and No Wireless Internet

goto device manager and post back the contents

start>
control panel>
system>
hardware tab>
device manager button>

network adapters
click on the + sign

post backs whats there

also any ! X or ?

---------------------------------
to get into bios - as it boots, it may tell you how to get into setup
different keys on different machines
F2 Key
DEL Key
 

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I'm trying get a WiFi connection for my NDSi, however my computer dosen't provide that. So I was wondering, If I should get a PCI Wireless Card or a PCI Wireless Adapter? I don't really know the difference between them, but which one is better and which one is cheaper? My computer is a Gateway 831GM Media Center PC (S/N: GAB5561009428) and I'm currently using Window XP. Also, I heard something about standard PCI
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Thank you for replying.
 

A:PCI Wireless Card or PCI Wireless Adapter?

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When I am trying to on the WiFi hotspot by the softwares like My WiFi router 3.0,Virtual wifi router manager 1.0,Virtual router 3.0.1,Connectify they all get some error like error 1002 Computer wireless card does not support WiFi hotspot creation.I am using windows 10,Just updated recently. I go through the internet to solve this problem. I updated all the drivers,But still The problem remains the same.Please help me as soon as possible.

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Hi, I need help in removing whatever is making this laptop & wireless card ec360 run slow. I use quickbooks, mircrosoft excel, microsoft word, 1099-etc, wmconnect, microsoft works, so I want to keep those programs. My son installed some helicopter program and thats when the computer became slow. I would like to copy my task manager so you can see what is running on it but don't know how to do that. There are 6 things running that is taking more than 10000k.They are asghost.exe 10060k, hpqtra08.exe 10372k, MsMpEng.exe 31972k, svchost.exe 37620k,explorer.exe 24464k & iexplorer.exe 124076k. Can I remove any of these? And could they be what is slowing down the computer? Thank you for your help. I may be on the wrong track but at least it is a start talking with you.
 

A:Solved: computer and wireless card ec360 running very slow

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Let me preface this by saying I know next to nothing about computers, so please provide detailed advice if you choose to advise.

I have a Dell Inspiron E1405 running with Windows XP and a Linksys Wireless-G broadband wireless router WRT54G2.

The wireless was working fine yesterday. Tonight when I turned it on, I couldn't get an internet connection. The modem is ok because I have a connection with an ethernet wire.

When I go into the Network Connections window, I see that Wireless Network Connection is Disabled. Don't understand that. I didn't disable it.

I right click on it and press Enable, but all I get is a "Wireless Network Connection" window that says "Enabling..." and then "Connection Failed."

I ran the trouble shooter, but the suggestions either didn't apply (my hardware is ok with this machine because it has run on it before) or were so involved I was afraid to attempt them and cause a bigger problem. Disabling and changing settings makes me nervous.

Any ideas about what I can do to enable this wireless network connection?

I looked up some old posts on this and tried to follow them, but I didn't get the prompts mentioned under Wireless Network Connection Properties. For example, when I clicked

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A:wireless network connection won't enable

The modem is ok because I have a connection with an ethernet wire.Click to expand...

was this just to test, or do you always have an ethernet connection - if so please describe exactly how everything is connected

Dell Inspiron E1405 - have you turned OFF the wireless - there is often a physical switch or a combination of keys - like FN+F2 that switches the wireless on/off

would you post back the following
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{Device Manager}
Post back the results in device manager
Start > control Panel {Vista set to classic view}> system > {Vista, device manager on left



hand side} {XP hardware Tab, device manager button} >
windows 7
start > control panel> System and Security> Device Manager

network adaptors, click on the + > post back

the devices listed there
are there any ! ? or X
post a screen shot of the device manager - network adapters

To post a screen shot of the active window, hold the Alt key and press the PrtScn key. Open

the Windows PAINT application and Paste the screen shot. You can then use PAINT to trim to

suit, and save it as a JPG format file.
To upload it to the forum, open the full reply window and use the Manage Attachments button

to upload it here
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{run Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector} Download and install
If you... Read more

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hi my fellow internet frds..

since i while ago my laptop's wireless been behaving really weird..
the wireless driver will suddenly disable and gone from the network list

going into Device manager, it says "this driver is not installed " or sth like that...
cant exactly rmb what it said,

and sometimes the wireless bars in the bottom will show a yellow "!" with no connectivity with showing only the network i connected to.
if i repair it the driver will be gone...almost have to repair like 10X times to get it come back on, (or i think i came back on itself)

or sometimes just no network "no connections are available"


1st thought was virus, but did full scan...no virus....just did a Full Format and reinstall window, and 1st thing i've installed the wireless driver..still happaning...


im starting to guess is hardware problem??!?!??!

did kinda drop my laptop a while back.........
maybe something is loose inside which causing this???

HELP!!! =( really really pissing me off

gonna buy a mac...!

ps: "Currently, this hardware device is not connected to the computer. (Code 45)
To fix this problem, reconnect this hardware device to the computer."

A:Wireless Driver Enable & Disable itself

Hi.

This is the website of your laptop,

Sony eSupport - VGN-Z555DN - Support
Scroll down to the WIRELESS LAN ,is the last one in the list,there find download and install the Intel? Wireless Driver Update to "fix" any compatibility issues with Windows 7.
Then if needed install\update the wireless driver from that list.

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Inherited a Linksys 2.4ghz 802.11b wireless routerr and although I have added apassword, it sti ll shows security disabled when using it. And yes, I still have typing issues
 

A:how to enable security on a wireless router

Did you only set an administration password for the router? That is different than enabling WEP or WPA encryption on the wireless portion and creating a pass phrase or key.
 

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I turned off wireless on my HP officejet pro 8000 and now I can't figure out how to turn it back on. Can someone help please?
 

A:Enable wireless on HP Officejet Pro 8000

Press and hold the Wireless button for three seconds.

If that doesn't work, you may have to reprogram it.

Users manual
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01659070.pdf
 

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