Can't connect to MS WirelessBaseStationMN-500 w/Vista on new Sony
I bought a new Sony VAIA SZ series, with Windows Vista, and now can't get on wireless. I picked up a new wireless router, but the salesman said to first try downloading "firmware" for the MN-500 to connect w/Vista.
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Yes, but you will need to make sure if the version of Outlook that you have is comaptible to windows 7.
Officially only Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 are supported to run on Windows 7. This is similar to Windows Vista which also did not support earlier versions of Outlook. You can install a version prior to Outlook 2003 on Windows 7 though but there are several issues which you could encounter.
In addition to these version requirements, even with Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 there are several compatibility issues which you could encounter on Windows 7. The most critical of these issues have been taken care off in prior service pack releases. So before starting Outlook on Windows 7, make sure your first apply at least Service Pack 3 for Office 2003 and Service Pack 2 for Office 2007.
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I had the same problem, but i had a Asus motherboard. As far as i know they don't give any discount if you buy a new board. The thing is, the board is so expensive because it is a few years old and probably are not in mass production anymore. I live in sout africa and were looking for a new computer to buy and found a good computer in USA for just over $350 trade tax included, which is ironic if you think you have to pay $175 just for a new 'outdated" motherboard...
I would suggest that you sell the parts that you have which is still working, and buy a new computer, you can even get a much cheaper computer if you do not need good graphics and high performace. Hope this can help you.
first,check properties of LAN of all computer...then check the FILE/PRINTER SHARING
second,OFF all windows firewall..
now,open your windows explorer to view other computers...
jaz type in the address bar \\<computer name of ip address> of other computer you want to view
I don't think it's your router or your computers. If you just replaced your modem it has to be the problem. If it is a DSl Modem you have to imput you account username and password. If it's a cable modem you have to call the cable company and tell them you have a new modem. Which every it is you need to contact your Internet service provider, they are the ones who can help you.
1. check if there are lights on the specific router port where you have connected the Vista (e.g. if it is on port 2, check if there are lights on #2 at the front panel of the router). 2. check the ip address by going to command prompt (click start-run-type cmd press enter. on the command prompt, type ipconfig/all) 3. ip address should be similar to what your Windows XP is getting. Subnet mask, gateway, and DNS servers should be identical.
Eg. If XP has a 192.168.1.100 IP, your Vista should have 192.168.1.x IP address where x is a variable number other than 100.
4. If your IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS seems aligned for both PCs, check your browser settings. Open IE, go to tools, internet options, network connection and make sure that never dial a connection is selected.
windows vista is probably too new for the belkin wireless g router u bought. did u see if the logo on the box is compatible with the windows? 2nd if its a weak signal then you might have to buy a N1 router member it depends how much the signal can spread