copy and paste that into your address bar. Your network card driver is there there is 4 to choose from but read the names and they will tell you which ones you can eliminate. If you can you shound peak at your network card to tell what kind it is. I mean just take the sides off and look at the network card and see if you can find a name God Bless Greg
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Unlike notebook computers, most desktops don't come with wireless networking built in. I can't find any mention on Dell's site that the Vostro 200 has wireless capability, so this computer doesn't have a wireless switch. To use your desktop computer on a wireless network, you'll need to install a wireless adapter. USB adapters are very easy to use since you just have to plug them in. They're not expensive and you can easily find them at retail stores and online.
directly connect the dsl modem to your pc and then restart your system. once your up and running the pc should automatically create a connection with the modem device. once you have established an internet connewction this way, shut down the system and reboot. after complete bootup, unplug the power supply cords to both the modem and the router. now plug im the modem, wait 1 minute and plug in the router. after about a minute you should now be able to connect to the internet both by your pc and wireless connections.
If the local area connection icon specifies as network cable unplugged, then the computer has not sensed the connection between the computer to the cable modem / DSL modem, please reseat the cable behind the cable / dsl modem to the computer. If the icon still shows unplugged, then change the network cable between the two.
If the issue still persists, please revert with more details lik the kind of internet connection used and the reason for reinstalling.
Are you connected to a router? If so, then it is your router that is failing since it could not sustain a network connection with your PC.
Possible causes include defective or failing DSL modem. Lastly, your ISP.
But based on your description, you seemed to be disconnected from network and needs "repair" of the network IP to renew in order to connect to the internet. If that is the case, please check your router first.
Possibly if you gave more information .....does it have a network card installed, is the network card "enabled" in the hardware settings, does the network card have correct drivers ? ( no yellow question mark beside it ) Do you have an internet provider and account ? Is your internet high speed or dialup, if it is dialup, do you have a modem installed - with correct drivers ? Is it working - do a modem query to see if it responds ? If using a network card and cable or DSL internet, is the cable connected from the PC to the cable or dsl modem ? Is the cable or dsl modem plugged in and the power and wan light on ? With the little bit of information you have given, it is not really possible to give an exact answer to what the problem is.
I bet you are using the phone modem that canme in your machine. You need to connect the Network card ( Ethernet Card) and make sure the drivers are working. Find it is System, Hardware, device manager, look for ethernet.
Connection icon and see if the netcard driver is installed.Connect the cat5 cable that was sent to you with the DSL modem box. It chould be a yellow cable... It only fits one way and in a maked plug on the DSL modem and into the network card in the computer. Everything there after should go automatically.
is the desktop connecting wirelesslly like the laptop? What kind of router are u uaing, if you are ccnnecting via a wired connection, you need to rt click on my network, "on the desktop"go to properties, add a new connection, and let the wizard walk you through the setup, it just isn't set up right for the network, you can also use the one that says connect to a home network.
You should firstly try to check the settings of internet connection according to your ISP (Internet Service Provider) that is by My Network Places. Also u should check your Physical connection if u r using Wired network then check LAN wire and also DSL connection.
Also u should check your IP address is it coming valid or not. If it is incorrect than you should contact your ISP for your problem.
If you don't see a phone jack on the back of the computer, it means that you do not have a dial-up modem in the unit.
A DSL line is installed with the cable modem supplied by the DSL company, ie: Bellsouth, AT&T. It connects to your computer via the network port.
The DSL provider supplies the modem and the filters that you need to install on your phone outlets.
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Most desktop computers do not come standard with wireless connectivity, and the 530s is no exception. To connect to the internet, you will need either an ethernet cable to run between the computer and the DSL box, or a wireless card, which can be installed inside your computer, allowing you to access wireless networks.