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Network card I think that the problem is that the network card is not detected and no ip address etc. how do I sort this?

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To resolve this, you'll need to obtain the drivers for the card.

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My hp office jet 7310 will not print from my wireless network. I had a tech guy here reset my d link router and now my printer does not work with it

Did you change the SSID, encryption or password on the router? These are all things that would need to be updated in the printer settings in order for it to function correctly. Another thing to consider would be if the printer had a static IP address assigned to it and you had a reserved IP address in the router for the printer. If this was the case and you reset the router, that reserve would also be cleared, the printer would still think it has rights to that IP address and the router may have already issued it to another client.

I would double check the IP addresses and printer network settings.

Jun 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How do I find out what my new IP address is and how do I reset it so my printer will work?

I suppose that you have a network printer. If so, no matter what is your ip on the computer (this is not the issue). The thing is to know what is the IP of the printer to be able to connect to the printer thru its IP. So, there are 2 solutions.
1. Browse for a network printer (dont think it will work)
2. Local printer -Create a new port (choose IP = type the IP adress of your printer)

Aug 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Just install XP PRO sp3 on P4C800 board and current version of 3Com 3C940 onboard LAN. Installation went fine but LAN can not acquired network address and get no or limited connection.Therefore internet...

When your using Internet connection via LAN you need to configure the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties at the Network Connection Wizard. To configure the Network Connection just follow this steps:
1. Double click the My Computer from your desktop/screen.
2. At the left side of the My Computer menu click the My Network Places then click View Network Connections in the left side of that window also.
3. Double click the Local Area Connection and click Properties.
4. When the Local Area Connection Properties was appear select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) then click Properties.
5. The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties are also apear, then click Use the following IP address and fill-up the following: IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS Server.
6. After all you fill-up click OK Button.
Note: Make sure that the IP Address you fill-up in your network connection are not the same with the other computer to avoid conflict. Just copy the configuration on the computer like: Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS Server. Only the IP Address are unique to the other computer. Example; that is the IP Address of last computer are connected in the network. The IP Address you able to use is, only the last digit of the IP Address your going to change.

Jun 04, 2010 | ASUS P4C800 Deluxe Motherboard

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No network connection for windows xp

Hello kenji, hi, it would really help if you could add more information about the no connection problem, anyway there are several reason why you have no connection;
  1. Bad Lan card, or built in lan port,
  2. Lan card device driver not properly installed, check your driver CD.
  3. loose lan cable. check using a lan cable tester device.
  4. bad router or router setup.
  5. bad dsl or modem setup.
  6. bad telephone connection. check also telephone cable.
  7. no internet service, call your ISP.
  8. if you are using a wireless lan card, check the device.
  9. bad Operating system installation.
  10. check your connectivity setup, is it enabled?
Go through each from one to ten, see which one is the fault.

Jan 14, 2010 | Acer Computers & Internet

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How to connect to internet using LAN

Check that you have entered DNS Server Ip and Router IP address as your default Gateway in network card ip settings...
run command:--Start-->Run--->Type.....Cmd
Enter----Type...Ipconfig/all---will show you ip details
Check Router Config(if uoi manage)that NAT Proxy configured on that.....

Oct 02, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite 1715XCDS...

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Onboard network card

connect your lapto pdirectly to the modem by bypassing the router by directly connecting the ethernet cable if that works that means there is a problem with the router or u can use a usb wireless adapter to connect to the internet let me know ifany problems

Sep 17, 2009 | E-Machines EMA IMPERIAL GV (845GV) TG3...

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Unable to access the internet

Please Test Ethernet Card

Jan 04, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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How to find friends ip adress

hey, you wont be able to find your friends ip address unless your on a network but if either yourself or your friend goes to will give your current ip address.

or if you require the default gateway ip address etc, click start button type in, cmd hit enter and type ipconfig /all

all the best


Jul 26, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Network connection

It is difficult to find a problem that happens only every 2 or 3 days! I think the first step would be to find out if it is the computer or another part of the network. Do other computers on the network continue to work while this one fails? Can you connect it to a different network and see if it works there? Are you connecting through a router? Does the connection light (computer and router and modem) stay on when the failure occurs? Also check the modem light on the phone line side to see if it is a phone line problem. Lights off on the computer side could be a problem with the cable. Replace the network card and see if that solves the problem? Could it be a duplicate IP address? One time I saw a computer that had this exact problem. It turned out to be a duplicate MAC address. That seems impossible, but it seems a company made a whole lot of computers with a built in network card and they all had the same address. No problem when connecting through a router, but connecting directly to the modem worked okay until someone else with one of these computers using the same ISP connected.

Sep 09, 2007 | Intel Motherboard

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Second LAN not workingI

when you installed xp it has given your pc the default windows ip address; firstly, you will need to check the ip address of your pc that is working through the hub, go to your task bar on right hand side, network icon in the task bar(blue flasing screens)right click, status and then click the support tab. In there you will see the ip address of your pc eg, this means your hubs ip address wil be for example, then go to the properties of other pc's network card in control panel, then network conections and on the tcp/ip line click properties again and change it to either obtain ip address automatically or manually insert, the next number up from the other pc and a subnet mask as standard the other heatsink problem is that the heatsink originally supplied was supported by your motherboard for checking its temp and speed, but your new one is obviously not supported and is coming up with errors, you should be able to dissable this in the bios F2 or del on boot up.

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