You can try the ff:
► double check the wireless if it's enable or disable. click start > start search > windows mobility center > turn the wireless network ON.
1) reinstall the wireless driver of the computer using the driver disc or using the recovery partition....
2) tried to set-up the home wireless conenction in "Home Set-up Wireless Network" and follow the instruction.
3) reseat wireless card if it's reseatable.
4) download the BIOS update using ethernet cable from the pc website support.
3) contact Internet Service Provider.
4) reinstall the windows to the factory condition.
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You didn't mention if your desktop is connected hardwired or wireless. Let's assume your desktop is connected hardwired via ethernet cable and your PC is saying that your are connected, then you need to check 2 things. First, TCP/IP settings, go to the network connections page of your PC and look for Local Area Connection. You need to right click on Local Area Connection and click on Properties. Then on the next page, look for Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) or Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) for Win Vista and Win 7 OS. You need to click on it to highlight it then click on Properties. On the next page, make sure that "Obtain an IP address automatically" and Obtain DNS Server address automatically" are both selected. Sorry if cannot give you a detailed walkthrough because you didn't mention the Operating System of your PC. Second, check Proxy Settings, open up Internet Explorer and click on Tools on the upper portion then click on Internet Options. On Internet Options page, click on the Connections Tab then click on the button for LAN settings. On the next page, make sure that the "Use Proxy Server for your LAN" is unchecked.
Use an Ethernet cable to make a "wired" connection from the network-port on your laptop to one of the LAN ports on your wireless router. Then, "login" to the router, and run the "Wireless Network Setup Wizard", to set:
* SSID ("network name")
* encryption-level ('WPA' or better, please)
* password for your network
With those settings, your wireless-adapter should be able to connect.
r u using lan connection or usb..need to know..?? assuming that u r using lan connection, u know the primary n secondary dns provided by bsnl (if so), & hv knowledge abt PPPoE connection..if not u gotta clarify more....!!
however, see if ur lan settings are ok n there is no conflict..open Control Panel->Network Connection->right click on Local Area Connection->click Properties->choose Internet Protocol TCP/IP from item menu->click on the Properties submit button therein->manually configure it by clicking on the radio button as 'Use the following IP address'->IP Address:192.168.1.2; Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0; Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1->put the DNS if u hv->nw press OK->OK.. make a through system scan with ur licensed, 'updated' antivirus (i prefer AVG/Kaspersy) and Microsoft Malicious Software removal Tool.. ..always better to hv ur System Admin/Vendors supervision....
Yep. Plug the ethernet cable into the computer. Reset the modem AFTER you plug in the ethernet cable. If it still cannot come online then go to your control panel, network connections (xp) and right click on Local Area Connection (LAN). Go to properties, then Internet Protocol, highlight and click on properties below that. It should be obtaining an IP and DNS automatically unless you know you have a static IP (most dont). Close those two windows and right click on the LAN again. Disable. right click again and enable. It should do it. Vista... Control Panel, network and sharing center, manage network connection, then do the LAN the same way you do in XP
in order to connect to internet you require a username and password
that user name and password will be given to you durin first time installation if you dont remember the username and password call up your broad band help desk. they will help with the user name and password.
if you are aware of the user name and password , you need the configure the internet setup using the user name and password
i ll give the steps to configure the user name and password in windows XP operating system
1 click on "start" button at bottom left of your desktop
2 click on control panel
3 on left hand side of the window click "classical view"
4 then click on the icon network connections
5 there you will find "create new connection" or "new connection wizard"on the left hand side just double click on it
6 a new dialog ll appear click next
7 on the next screen select "connect to internet" and click on next
8 on the next screen click on "setup my connection manually" then click on next
9 on the next screen select the option "connect using a user name and password" and click next
10 you will be asked for ISP name "for eg:fill in AT&T"
11 on the next screen you willlbe asked for user name and password , fill in the respective details
for eg: sam @att.net :username ******** :password
12 den click finish
you will find an icon in the desk top by now. just double click on that icon and try browsinn
type htttp://192.168.1.1 in your browser.
you will be asked for a username and password
enter the default given to you by your router people.
or go thro the manual for the username and pass
once on the configuration page, you should config your router as specified by your ISP.
save the configuration.
that is all you are connected to the internet, Vista will configure your lan by itself, otherwise go to network setting in control panel, and ask vista to diag the network it will configure your network setting automatically.