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Dell xps 140 The network service is not responding

The systems show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the nessge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing?

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  • risher11 Dec 30, 2008

    IO have rebooted several times, I have tried downlooding new drivers, followed all kinds of procedures

  • risher11 Jan 01, 2009

    The systems Dell XPS 140 show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the Messge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing?

  • risher11 Jan 01, 2009

    Thanks I have reset the wireless router and the verizon modum

  • risher11 Jan 01, 2009

    The systems show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the nessge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing? i have reset the router and modum and tred to download a driver I thought might be missing or lost but that did not work either

  • risher11 Jan 01, 2009

    The systems show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the nessge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing? i have reset the router and modum and tred to download a driver I thought might be missing or lost but that did not work either.

    The DHCP and DSN wasa started I stopped both and restarted both. They are st eo automatic. I restarted the system and still the same issue.

    Intel(R)proset/wireless Shows the connection to the liksys speed at 54.0 and signal quality excellent, and the radio switch is on.

  • risher11 Jan 01, 2009


    Comment posted on Jan 01, 2009
    The systems show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the nessge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing? i have reset the router and modum and tred to download a driver I thought might be missing or lost but that did not work either.

    The DHCP and DSN wasa started I stopped both and restarted both. They are st eo automatic. I restarted the system and still the same issue.

    Intel(R)proset/wireless Shows the connection to the liksys speed at 54.0 and signal quality excellent, and the radio switch is on.



    Solution #1
    I reinstalled the drive and still the same issue

  • risher11 Jan 01, 2009

    I did that and still the same issue

  • risher11 Jan 01, 2009

    The systems Dell XPS 140 show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the Messge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing?

  • risher11 Jan 02, 2009

    posted by risher11 on Dec 30, 2008

    The systems show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the nessge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing?Comment posted on Dec 30, 2008
    IO have rebooted several times, I have tried downlooding new drivers, followed all kinds of proceduresComment posted on Jan 01, 2009
    The systems Dell XPS 140 show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the Messge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing?Comment posted on Jan 01, 2009
    Thanks I have reset the wireless router and the verizon modumComment posted on Jan 01, 2009
    The systems show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the nessge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing? i have reset the router and modum and tred to download a driver I thought might be missing or lost but that did not work eitherComment posted on Jan 01, 2009
    The systems show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the nessge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing? i have reset the router and modum and tred to download a driver I thought might be missing or lost but that did not work either.

    The DHCP and DSN wasa started I stopped both and restarted both. They are st eo automatic. I restarted the system and still the same issue.

    Intel(R)proset/wireless Shows the connection to the liksys speed at 54.0 and signal quality excellent, and the radio switch is on.Comment posted on Jan 01, 2009
    Comment posted on Jan 01, 2009 The systems show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the nessge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing? i have reset the router and modum and tred to download a driver I thought might be missing or lost but that did not work either.

    The DHCP and DSN wasa started I stopped both and restarted both. They are st eo automatic. I restarted the system and still the same issue.

    Intel(R)proset/wireless Shows the connection to the liksys speed at 54.0 and signal quality excellent, and the radio switch is on. Solution #1 I reinstalled the drive and still the same issue
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    I did that and still the same issueComment posted on Jan 01, 2009
    The systems Dell XPS 140 show connected to a wireless. But will not connect. When I boot it I get the Messge (The network service is not responding) Is there some driver or somthing I'm missing?

  • risher11 Jan 02, 2009

    the event viewer is full of kinds of stuff what am I looking for?

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Follow the clear instructions and the system will start working


Configure the Wireless Card to Connect


Click dell xps 140 The network service is not responding - start-left.jpg start sdell xps 140 The network service is not responding - cp_icon.jpgjpg, then click cp_icon.jpgControl Panel.

    When using Classic Start menu click Settings, then click cp_icon.jpgControl PanelSwitch to Classic View in the upper-left corner when available.
    3. Double-click network%20connections.jpg.
    4. Right-click right the Wireless Network Connection and then click View Available Wireless Networks.


    dsn_more_info_smlb.gifClick here if the message Windows cannot configure this widell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp_tab_left.jpgon appears..

    1. Clickdell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp_tab_right.jpg//i.fixya.net/uploads/images/change_advanced_settings.jpg" adell xps 140 The network service is not responding - dsn_more_info_smlb.gifttings.jpg" class="h_mi" /> Change advanced settings.




    2. Click the xp_tab_left.jpg Wireless Networks xp_tab_right.jpg tab.

    3. dsn_more_info_smlb.gifClick here if the Wireless Network tab is not seen.
      1. Click Start and then click Control Panel.




      2. Click Switch to Classic View in the upper-left corner when available.




      3. Double-click Administrative Tools.




      4. Double-click Services.




      5. Double-click Wireless Zero Configurdell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp_tab_left.jpg



      6. Choose Automdell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp_tab_right.jpge drop down menu next to Startup Type:, and the clidell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp%20check%20box%20selected.bmp>



      7. Click Apply and then OK.



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      9. Click the xp_tab_left.jpg Wireless Networks dell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp%20check%20box%20selected.bmp/> tab. Click <img src= Use Windodell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp_button_left.bmp wireless network settings.

      10. OK xp_button_right.bmp .

      11. Right-click right the Wireless Network Connection and thedell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp_button_left.bmpailable Wireless Networks.

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      dell xps 140 The network service is not responding - xp_button_right.bmpClick xp%20check%20box%20selected.bmp Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings.



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    5. Right-click right the Wireless Network Connection and then click View Available Wireless Networks.

    5. Double-click the desired wireless network.



    6. Click xp_button_left.bmp Connect Anyway xp_button_right.bmp.



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Try going into your internet options, click on connections, than click on LAN settings, make sure it is set to automatically detect settings. If that doesn't work you have to contact your internet provider because you IP address may be incorrect. It happened to me once.

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Try this:
Start-> Run-> cmd [enter]
netsh winsock reset [enter]

after you restart go back to terminal and type:
net start [enter]
let me know what happens

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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    YOU NEED A WINSOCK RESET

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Hi there,
You're computer is connected to the wireless router ok. That's not the problem. The problem is your wireless router is not getting the internet. Do this in this exact order:

  • Turn off at the power all devices, ie, your PC, the router (and if you are cable internet turn off your internet providers box). Don't just put them in standby, turn them off!
  • Leave it off for over 10seconds
  • Now turn on your Wireless router. If you use a telephone line for internet, wait for the internet connection light to come on on the router
  • If you are on Cable for internet, turn this on next. Wait for all it's lights to come on to show connection and activity with the router.
  • Now turn on your PC.
  • Once loaded, open internet explorer
  • If it doesn't come up, in internet explorer go to tools>internetOptions then the connections tab. In there remove anything listed in the Dialup box. Then click the LanSettings button. In there check the 'Automatically detect settings' box and uncheck everything else. Click OK then OK again. If nothing happens right away, close IE then restart it.
All the best
Sean
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First identify what network service is not responding at boot time ->
go to administrative tools and run Event Viewer.

This will help identify what to fix instead of receiving a lot of solutions based on assumptions.

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DEAR SIR

please do the following

Start> Run> services.msc (please type)

one services window will start. just find out of DHCP and DNS services. right click & start on DHCP and DNS

regards murali

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Since you're receiving that error when you reboot the computer there;s a big chance that there's a problem with the wireless adapter that is installed on your computer, first thing you can try is to uninstall and reinstall the driver for that wireless adapter or better download the latest driver for it and use that instead...

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    Mark Gil Jan 08, 2009

    Did you already do a driver update on this wireless adapter from dell we site because I'm thinking that this is a driver problem on this wireless adapter...

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Goto start>Run>type services.msc

ther u have to restart DHCP and DNS services...

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    Sibananda Jena Jan 01, 2009

    Boot into safe mode(by presing F8 while booting).then

    start>Run>type services.msc

    ther u have to change the properties of DHCP and DNS services as automatic and enabled...


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Well try to reset first the network router you are using.

if this method does not solve the issue. let me know here again.

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So, tell me that you have a driver or not.

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