HP Pavillion dv2000 is not detecting the network cable for lan
It is not detecting the cable for internet and in Manage Network connections for LAN the status is Network cable unplugged when it is not unplugged.It stopped working all of a sudden after a HP update. It is a windows vista os. I think the ethernet controller is Marvel Yukon. Any help is appreciated.
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possible reasons why you can't connect to the internet
1. Ethernet cable is not plug in tight from the modem to your laptop.
2. DSL light on your modem is RED/flashing green/ OFF
3. if you have router try to unplug both modem and router for 20 seconds then turn your modem on first and wait for the DSL light on the modem become solid green before powering the router ON
4. check the LACAL AREA CONNECTION. it might be disabled. to check click satart menu then go to control panel then look for network ana internet then click network and sharing center. From the left had side of the page look for manage network connection and click it then check if the LAN is disabled. if its disabled right click the LAN and select enable.
5. check internet connection again if it works
When you plugged in the ethernet cable, does it show on your windows tray (lower right corner of the screen) that the LAN is connected? It should show you "Connected" if you hover your mouse on the LAN icon.
Try also to plug in the ethernet cable to a different port on the router, and that the port number on the router is showing a solid green led light.
If all has been observed and still you cannot connect, look if the network adapter for your lan is working. RIGHT click your My Computer or "Computer" and select Manage. The Computer Management window will open. Click on the Device Manager on the left to show the list of devices on the right. Look for Network Adapters and click the + sign. See if your LAN adapter is not showing any yellow exclamation point. Also, right click on it and select Properties. You should see the device is working properly under status.
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for windows XP - go to control panel - network connection - eneble wireless LAN
for windows vista - go to control panel - network and connect sharing - manage netwrok connection - right click wireless icon then enable
for windows 7 - go to control panel - network and connect sharing - manage netwrok connection - right click wireless icon then enable
In the control panel network setting, connect using 'connect to a workplace'. Ofcourse with a LAN cable, insert one end of the cable to the pc as well as the other to the router. Put in the usual parameters.
Check in the Device manager to see if all the devices are enable and working.
The one with a yellow ? against that device requires a driver installation.
Is the LAN device OK?
How do you intend to setup your LAN, is it for Internet access or a home network?
I need more information on your problem, together with error messages.
try pinging it with utility or google network diagnostic tools , are u using the correct cable , i mean is it straight or cross coupled or which devices u are tryin to connect , see the driver for lan in windows control panel hardware see if it shows the status of the Lan card if its there and working fine then there is problem with the cable u r connecting, or in the TCP IP settings in the Network settings use manual IP address 192.168.0.1 and for other computer 192.168.0.2 if u are connecting 2 computers or what tell me
For the laptop with no hard drive detected, this is most likely because Windows XP does not recognize SATA drives by default, which the laptop most likely has. To solve this, you will need to enter the BIOS setup utility (most likely Delete or F1 on startup). From there, you will need to change the drive mode to Compatibility mode. I'm not sure where this would be, but if you check in your laptop manual, you can probably find this somewhere.
For the 2519TU, download and install this for the LAN driver: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp30001-30500/sp30264.exe it should work just fine.