That HP Pavillion750c desktop I'm trying to turn into server/wireless router....well, can't get online 'cause I'm not gettin' IP address assigned. Device mgr shows me yellow flag/! for OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller has a code10(cannot start). Uninstall/reinstall no help, comes back same way. Do I need a driver update? Can I use my laptop to get new driver and transfer it. If so, how?
Thanks in advance, Doug.
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Re: IEEE1394 host controller cannot start code10
Yes you can update the driver yourself and it does sound like it is a driver problem. In device manager right click on your device and click on Install Driver. That will take care of the problem. But, you need a wireless router, the DHCP server of your ISP will not issue an IP address to a host only a router. The router has an IP address that is broadcast and issues private addresses for the host computers.
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Hello, To answer your question, Yes you can create a Netflix account at the following URL:Netflix Watch TV Shows Online Watch Movies Online
Once you do that you can sign in from any applicable device. Such as smart TV's, Cell phones, and even tablets and laptops.
Now if your question is about adding this to a router, I do not believe that would be what you are trying to ask, however if so the answer would be you do not attach a netflix account to a router.
Sounds like the computer you're trying to connect to your wi-fi router is set up with a static IP address that is being reserved by your router for DHCP. To resolve, make sure your router has "DHCP" (dynamic host configuration protocol) turned on. Make sure the computer you're trying to connect to your router is set up to allow the DHCP server in your router to set the computer's IP address and DNS server address. You can find instructions to enable DHCP in your router's user manual or by searching online. You can find instructions for setting your computer's wireless adapter to allow the DHCP server in your router to set the computer's IP and DNS addresses here: http://www2.wolfson.cam.ac.uk/files/IT/Settings_for_DHCP_for_Windows.pdf
Pls try this following below and just cool down and read through,
Physical causes and What to Do...
Network card could be faulty or malfunctioning, or the port on the card itself. Make sure lights show on the card and if they don't, replace with another one that works.
Check that your router or the server is turned on so that the laptop can acquire a valid IP address.
Double check to make sure the wireless card on the laptop is turned on. Do not assume it is on by default, do it yourself.
Logical or Software causes and solutions
Many of us are online buyers. Items sold on the internet, especially used items, are not in their default settings. Previous owners do not always reset them before sale, and this causes a lot of issues and unwanted beheaviours. Below are some of the common settings found on Routers:
ISP user name and password. If you want to connect to the internet check with your ISP to get your own User name and password, if not ignore this step.
Looking at the security options, make sure:
MAC address Filtering is not enable. If it is, remove all the MAC addresses on the MAC address table, and enter your Laptop's network card MAC address. With MAC Filtering On, do not forget to enter the MAC addresses of all you wireless devices on to its table.
Wireless key settings. Disable the wireless key settings and configure it to meet your requirements.
A Laptop to Laptop connection, please make sure the wireless settings on both laptops are the same.
Inconsistent wireless Keys. The key on the laptop has to match the one configured on the router.
Drivers out of date, update your wireless adapter drivers or your router firmware by checking the manufacturer web site.
Wireless not enable on the router. If wireless is not enable on the router, there is no Wi-Fi signal at all. some Router would have wireless turned off by default, and it is the administrator decision to use it or not.
DHCP Server misconfiguration. Make sure the DHCP (Dynamic Hosts Configuration) server is properly configured:
Enough IP address lease for your network devices
The server itself is not down
Some simple troubleshooting methods are:
Repair the connection. On Windows, click start - Control panel and then Network connections; chose the right connection icon, right then select repair. Windows will, temporarily, disable and re-enable your network adapter to attempt a connection.
Reset the IP stack. Click start then Run. At the command prompt type "command" or cmd for short, you are then presented with the command prompt window. Type "netsh int ip reset resetlog", and then restart your Laptop. This applies to desktop computers as well.
Reset the router to its factory default. Most routers we use at home are fitted with a reset button, by pressing and hold it for few seconds will bring the router to its factory default. This method solves a lot of the issues mentioned earlier, in one go.
make sure the modem box is connected to the INTERNET port of the wireless N router. and the desktop to any of the regular Ethernet ports on the back of the wireless N router. Also try replacing the Ethernet cable that is connecting the desktop to the wireless N router. Then check the IP address of the desktop computer - to do that, go to the command prompt by clicking on Start. Run, then type CMD and hit OK - on the black screen type IPCONFIG - the IP address usually starts with 192 if you have a router - try to ping a website from the command prompt by typing PING www.yahoo.com then press enter - if able to get the word reply 4 times, it means the computer is connected to the iinternet.. it's just that there's something blocking the connection - if there's 4 replies, check if there's a security software installed on the computer for ex Norton, try disabling it temporarily and see if you can get online - if there's no reply on the PING test, and you just got request timed out or host unreachable, double check the TCP/IP settings on the computer, make sure it's set to Obtain IP Address Automatically and Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically - to check TCP/IP settings on the computer, if you have xp, go to Start>Control Panel>Network Connections then right click on Local Area Connection and click Properties, look for Internet Protocol TCP/IP , just double click on it and from there you will be able to see the status..
I'm not familiar with that router at all and I didn't find any doc's online for it so I'm running blind here but...
If the router has it make sure "Block WAN Request" is disabled or you won't get anywhere.
Also I don't know if the print server has anything to do with your problem. Have you tried mapping those ports directly to the host in the router?
TCP PCanywhere port 5631 Inbound 192.168.1.[host IP] port 5631
UDP PCanywhere port 5632 Inbound 192.168.1.[host IP] port 5632
I'm also assuming that you're using a static IP on the host. You don't want to use a dynamic IP.
Hope this helps.
Let me know how you make out,