Our desktop crashed, so we disconnected it, while trying to get another an older laptop up and running wireless, we are now not able to connect with our newest laptops. Out older version (not the one we were trying to get up and running) does connect wirelessly. Please help ! It says the newer laptops modems are working fine.
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Are you running any Internet Security software such as Norton? Also make sure your wireless router is actually connected to the Internet, just because your laptop is connected to the router doesn't mean the router is connected to the internet.
If you can, plug your laptop in to the router via an ethernet cable to make sure Internet access is working, alternatively if you have another computer connected to the router check the internet access on that one.
Also try doing a soft reset on the router, just disconnect from the power for about 30 seconds, reconnect, wait one minute then try again.
Try resetting your desktop back top a static configuration. ie: Do not assign a ip. You system will assign a ip of 192.168.0.1 most likely. Now, disconnect your modem from its power source and remove its battery for 30 seconds. Next, disconnect your power source to the router or hub. Now, go ahead and hook up your power connections to the router and install your battery and power connection to your modem. Allow your modem to fully setup before attempting to go further. Now, reboot your desktop and try your normal internet connection.. If it works ok, leave it and go to your laptop. Leaving the desktop unit on, startup your laptop. Your laptop should see the static address from the desktop and assign itself a different number, one that does not conflict with the ip address of the desktop. Hope this works out well for you. John
Connecting the laptop to your network using a network cable, does this solve your Internet problems?
Does this works without the Internet connection dropping out?
If the wireless connection has a low signal, try positioning the wireless router or the laptop to get a better signal strength.
Also try reinstalling your wireless driver.
Does it reconnected again then? Or it never reconnects on the AC? I would try different channels on the wireless router first. Hopefully that will solve the problem do to some interference. If not, report back and I have other things you can try.
you have the internet on desktop pc and you want to connect your laptop right?
open control panel select network set up wizzard and follow instructions for shared network.
if you connect dsl to notebook you need to have installed modem device drivers and configured device and done basically everything you had to do on pc,by disconnecting dsl from pc obviosly youre gonna lose the internet.
get your self a wireless router if not already have one , that way you set up pc wired and link laptop via wireless