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check and make sure its getting fuel. when trying to start, spray some engine starting fluid in spark plug hole. just a little bit. replace the plug then try to start it. if it starts then quits then its a fuel problem. fuel not reaching engine. good-day !
The steps are the same though the menus and screens you go through to do them are a bit different from XP. Pretty much all the software steps you can do are covered by the troubleshooter in vista and 7 though, so if you have ran that without a solution, then the likelyhood that it's a setting in windows causing the issue is fairly low.
First I would confirm that your connection is actually working. If you are attempting to connect the laptop with wireless it is not uncommon for routers to stop responding correctly to wireless clients, or even for the wireless portion of a router to die while wired connections still work perfectly. Try plugging the laptop in with a wire and see if you still have the same problem. If wired worked but wireless did not, then unplug your router, wait about 30 seconds and plug it back in. Retry the wireless and if it still does not work then a replacement router will be required to use wireless, though you could get a second cable and use it wired until you do replace it.
You don't actually need a driver to set it up. Just plug it into your network, then browse to its URL (likely 192.168.1.1, but could be 192.168.0.1, or 192.168.2.1). Then just follow the prompts to configure it. Hope that helps.
Your Wireless Router may have its name not broadcasting or hidden, check in the settings if it's hidden then manually connect your P.C.'s Laptops ,you won't find it using 'search for network'. Just right click on wireless icon near clock, select 'Open network and sharing center' and right click it. Now select 'Set up a new connection or network', Select 'Manually connect to a wireless network' and fill in the gaps. should work fingers crossed.
For some reason this happens with most models of routers, and it seems that they are getting a slight bit old so the signal might drop, but there might be some interference or traffic that is knocking the signal down. What you are doing should help but I think it might be time to get a new router, or try reseting this one to see if it helps. Please, if you do come back, can you look for a sticker on the device that has the model number and post it here?
The problem here is that the WRT54GS is an old model, so naturally the installation CD is also old. This is especially a problem if you are running Vista. I ran into the same problem when I was installing my wireless card; my computer would detect it on boot up, but when I installed the drivers from the CD, it said the card wasn't plugged in.
The solution would be to download the lastest installation and driver files from the LinkSys website and use those instead of the installation CD that came with it. You may have to hunt for it, as some companies would rather push new products than update older ones, but since the router is still on the market, they should have the updated drivers and installation files.
hello- had same problem with similar model-- problem is definitely DUST INSIDE THE SWITCH, it must be blown out with compressed air- i had this done at a repair shop (for free) so i don't know if they had to disassemble anything- hope this is helpful
Unp[lugt the unit and remove the brushes then blow out the brush cavity and try it. If no fix, unplug it and remove the switch and bypass it by wiring direct being very careful as the high rpm generates lots of torque. Don't let the unit get away from you during this exercize. Next I would check to make sure the cord is not causiong the proper. The last thing would be to check the field wiring as a last ditch effort.