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Re: How to network
You need to go to the microsoft website or use windows help. If you come accross a certain problem we can help but to walk you through a whole networking process is a little much. Though it is pretty self explanitory. Set up all the computers the same Wired and wireless will be different of course but not too much jst a couple extra steps for the wireless is all. Let me know if you get any questions
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Step 1: In order to connect to a wireless network and the Internet on an IBM Lenovo machine, you must first enable wireless networking via your computer's operating system. Allow about five minutes to enable your IBM Lenovo computer's wireless capabilities.
Click the Windows logo in the bottom left of your screen. Select "Control Panel" from the menu. Click the "Network and Internet" icon in the Control Panel. Click "Network and Sharing Center." Right click "Wireless Network Connection" icon. Select "Enable." Enable Wireless via Switch Check your IBM Lenovo laptop for a wireless networking switch. It is usually on the front of the computer above the keyboard. Slide the wireless switch to the "On" position. Look for a wireless light on the front of the laptop. In some cases a light will come on to indicate that wireless networking is active. Other switches, when active, reveal a green strip of plastic.
Hi at first please check about viruses and another software control the Nic Cards
then notify that if you use Router or DHCP Server that there's available IP's or you can assign static one ...
you can check that : when it disconnect just go to run and type cmd and press enter write ipconfig and press enter and see the IP address .. if it belong to 169.254.x.x then check in access point or in server
Login the router setup page . And under router security settings uncheck the option (block anonymous internet request). Set the wireless channel as 6 or 9. And then use wep security key. this will surely work.
A network architecture is a set of standards for how computers are
physically connected and how signals are passed between hosts. Some typical
network architectures are described in the table below. Network ArchitectureDescription
Ethernet is a wired networking standard and is the most common networking
architecture used in LANs (both in business and home networks).
Dial-up networking is a common way to connect a computer (often your home
computer) to a remote network, such as the Internet or a business network. A
modem on each computer uses the phone lines to send and receive data.
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)
DSL is a fast-growing alternative to dial-up networking to connect to the
Internet. DSL uses regular phone lines to send digital broadband signals.
ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)
ISDN is another alternative to traditional dial-up that can be used to
connect to the Internet or to directly communicate with another computer
connected to the ISDN network. ISDN is more common in Europe than in the U.S.
ISDN can use regular telephone wiring, but must be connected to a special ISDN
Wireless networking uses radio waves or infrared light (with the air as the
transmission medium) to send data between hosts. Wireless networks are common in
homes, businesses, airports, and hotels. Most wireless networks connect into
larger wired networks (such as LANs) which are in turn connected to the
Communication between hosts on a network generally takes one of three
Simplex--one-way communication from a sender to a receiver.
Half-duplex--two-way communication between two hosts. Communication only
travels in one direction at a time.
Duplex--two-way communication between hosts. Communication can travel in
both directions simultaneously.
I can answer this but I'm kinda winging it so you will have to figure some of this out for yourself. By default, XP does not let you share your data over the network. Go into folder properties and enable simple folder sharing. Go to control panel/network and enable file and printer sharing for your network adapter. Reboot and go.
greetings my name is Mark and I will be glad to assist you. First go to control panel then to network connections. you are looking for the wireless connection, with xp you simply right click on the wireless icon and wou will see view available networks, left click on this and a box will appear that will show the networks in your area that you may attempt to hook up to. If your router is a two wire on the bottom of the router or side is the serial number the last three are the name of your 2-wire examole (2wir743) if it is a lynksys click on that and so on in other words you need to find the name of your network router. When you do you will click on the name and then click on connect it will then prompt you for either a "wep or wps" key , this is the combination number of your router to unlock it. It is between five and twelve numbers.there my be a utility for you computer this makes the process better. This process is not hard and i'm sorry if it was drawn out to explain it to you. It is easier to walk you through on th e phone once and you will get it.
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The Belkin Wireless G Router lets users share files and a broadband
Internet connection among their computers-without using networking
cables. It features 802.11g technology that makes accessing files and
networked peripherals-such as hard drives, printers, CD-ROMs, and
DVDs-easier than ever. 802.11g technology provides you with networking
speeds nearly five times faster than the current Wi-Fi (802.11b)
standard. An integrated, 4-port 10/100Base-T Ethernet switch also
allows you to connect wired computers to the network. 802.11g
technology is the easiest wireless network to implement. The Router
uses the wireless 802.11g 2.4GHz standard to offer you 400 feet of
wireless coverage. 802.11g technology is backward compatible with the
802.11b Wi-Fi networking standard, so it allows you to implement faster
wireless technologies in combination with existing 802.11b Wi-Fi
so if use "g" type router the speed cannot be slow there may be some other problem....that let the internet speed down....check that......
lets see here, your NVIDIA thing is for your ethernet port in your computer.
the wireless PCI adapter, is well, a wireless adapter, its used to connect your wireless, and a 1394 Net Adaptor Connection is basically Win2k/XP's way of telling
you that you have a Firewire interface installed in your system.
so, if your going wireless, you dont need NVIDIA, and as your device manager shows that it has a red x on it, it shows that its disabled. as for everything else, i wouldent worry about it.
If this laptop has a wireless switch, make sure it's on. Did you get the wireless hub? Wireless is controlled by the wireless zero service, which should turn on automatically when your adapter is detected. You can turn it on manually in Control Panel/Admin Tools/Services