Question about 2wire 1800HG Router (RG1800HG00)
I replaced failed hard rive on Dell XPS desktop, and have onlhy windows XP software with Internet Explorer installed. Using Cox cable and D-link router which is working fine with laptop either wireless or hardwired. My computers are not on a Network. Problem seems to narrowed to Desktop connector (router & cables are OK) or hopefully software settings.
I am sure it must be rediculously simple solution but I don't see it now.
1) First of all check your connections
2) Check if your network card drivers has been installed after your OS installation.
Go to My PC >> right click "Properties" >> Hardware >> Device Manager >> Network
Be sure that not appears this yellow symbol ( ! )
If yes, go to dell support website and get the drivers for your network card.
If your network card is OK, do this:
Open Internet explorer >> Go to >> Tools >> Internet Options >> LAN Settings >> Check the mark
"Automatically detect settings"
Open your browser and see what happen..............
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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