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I'm trying to set up an internet connection, but I can't get the driver to install. When I put the disc in, the auto run runs fine, but when I click to install USB drivers I get this message: Windows cannot find DPInstx64.exe. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. What can I do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have listed several things here that you can use to find the problem. Sorry this is so long...network problems can be very tedious to find.
First check your version of Windows:
Double click on "My Computer", then click on "View System Information" to make sure you have at least Service Pack 1...or better yet....Service Pack 2.
Next check your Windows XP network settings:
Click on Start....Control Panel....Network Connections...Local Area Connection...Properties(button). Scroll down the list to find Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) and click on it to highlight it. Now click the properties button below the list. You should now be able to click the small buttons to select both of the "Obtain....automatically" choices for IP address and DNS server. Click on "OK" to close each of the windows.
Now you can test your computer to see if it is "talking" to the router: Click on Start...Run...and type "cmd" in the small box and click "OK". This will open a black command window where you tell the computer what to do. Type the command "ipconfig" and press return (enter). This will list your ip address, subnet mask, and default gateway. Make a note of the default gateway address so you can use it for the next test. If the IP address begins with 192.168...then your computer is probably communicating with the router okay. If your IP address is blank or starts with 169...then your network connection to the router may NOT be working.
The final test!!! Use the default gateway address from the last step to do a "ping" test. In the black command window...type "ping" followed by the default gateway address. For example: IF the default gateway happens to be 192.168.1.1....then type the ping command this way: ping 192.168.1.1
If the result is a list of replies from the gateway address...great!! Your network connection is working. If the ping command results in a list of "request timed out", or something else, then your network connection needs more help.
The ultimate test is to try using the Internet with your browser.
If this works, next try typing your gateway address into the brower address bar. It should connect you to the router setup page.(?)
Let me know the results of each of these tests, and I'll be happy to assist you further, if needed.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
SOURCE: comtrend ADSL2+ Router CT-5621T
Try this one Enter your username and password, By default both the username and password are admin. Click the Ok button to log in to your router.. If the default username and password wont work the next step here is to reset the router so it will be back to its default settings with the default username and password....
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Posted on Oct 20, 2008
SOURCE: Windows Startup Error csrss.exe
Okay, we are going to try two things. If the first don't work go to the second.
1) First perform a search on your computer for the 'csrss.exe' file. If found, copy it and then paste it into your C:\windows\system32 folder.
That should do it.
2) If that don't do it or your search can't find it, then perform the following;
To scan and verify the versions of all the system files that Windows File Protection protects, use the System File Checker (Sfc.exe) tool together with the /scannow parameter. If the SFC.exe tool detects that such a file was overwritten, the SFC.exe tool retrieves the correct version of the file from the Dllcache folder or from the Windows installation source files, and then replaces the incorrect file.
To run SFC, please follow these steps:
1. Click on Start > Run command prompt
2. Type SFC /scannow, and then press ENTER
Note: You may be asked for inset OS CD.
3. After finishing SFC, you may run CHKDSK C: /R in the Run command prompt as well.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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