I have a LAN card of tech-com ,i use XP
i installed it and it instaled properly wen i conected it to my cable modem ,it shows "" aquiring network adress"" .after some time it says cannot be conected ,i tried repairing but no use i tried reinstalling but no use
wen i conect same conection to my inbuild LAN it gets coneced wat could be the problem
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Connect modem lan cable to Router Wan / Internet port.
From Router Lan port you can either connect your system or switch .
wireless : Scan for wireless network from your wireless system. If it shows, connect to your wifi network
COMPUTER DOESN'T RECOGNICE IT?
AFTER CONECT WIRELESS DEVICE YOUR COMPUTER NOT SOW A SIGNAL THAT SAY IF CONECTED OR NOT?
WHAT IS YOU WINDOWS SYSTEM XP?VISTA? WIN 7?
AFTER CONNECT WIRELESS DEVICE. GO TO START/RIGHT CLICK ON COMPUTER AND GO TO PROPERTIS. CLICK DEVICE MANAGER AND LOOK FOR YOUR DEVICE. IF NOT THER .
YOUR PORT ARE NOT FUNCTIONAL OR WIRELESS DEVISE NOT WORKING
These wireless dongles can take time to conect after pc starts some times they take up to 3 minutes to configure. What you could try doing is changing the brodcast type on the main modem and reconfiguring the dongle on the other pc to conect might work out faster for conection and better.
First make sure the card (if a stand alone card ) is properly set in place (you'll have to open the computer and manually test it . Do this with the computer off!). If this is not the case or, you have the card built into the motherboard, you should re-install the drivers from your original installation CD. Otherwise you may need a friend or, atrip to a library/colleg etc, to download the proper drivers.
Either the LAN card is faulty or the LAN driver is not installed and/or not configured properly or the LAN cable is faulty.
Check Device Manager to see if the LAN driver is installed, working and enabled. If not then re-install the LAN card driver.
If the LAN driver won't install or detect the LAN card then it maybe faulty and needs to be replaced.
Try a different LAN cable.
Is all the LEDs on in the modem?
Try rebooting the modem (power it off for 30 secs and power it up again).