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Re: I need to recover my network code
Are you typing the IP into the URL bar at the top of your browser screen? If not, that is where you need to type it.
If you are, then maybe your router IP was changed to something else. YOu will need to determine the new IP, or do a total reset on the router and reconfigure all the security settings.
Another thing you can do is export your network profile on the computer that is connected to the internet. You can then move that file to the new computer, or, you can just open the file up and look at the settings. That way, you don't need to get into your router.
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I had the same problem,my fix: Connect your computer/laptop to your internet by a cable. Connect to your extender via wireless network. Then open a browser and go to www.mywifiext.net Now it should load the page without redirecting.
I know this is a old post,but it's the top google link when searching for this problem. If someone would have told me, it would have saved me a lot of time and rage!
This is because your browser is not able to find the address that you typed in the address bar, thus it redirected to bing.com which might be your default search engine. Make sure have you tried typing with the www like www.facebook.com ? If yes, but it still showing the same redirection, try to change your DNS server from your internet connection. Double click on the Local Area Connection from your icons in the lower right corner of your desktop, choose properties and on the general tab, click on Internet protocol, TCP/IP then click properties. Instead of obtained, use the opendns as follows:
Does in system hardware configuration the network adapter show up with a driver attached to it?
Recover disk/partitions not only includes windows but all further necessary drivers for such PC then windows provides. Graphic adapater, soundcard, networkadapter.
If there is a unrecognized networkk adaptor there type 1394 you should get to know which driver it needs.
This is why I dislike Dell PC's allways. You own one, they own you together with Microsoft
Well since you posted this issue that means that you can get online with a computer purchase a flash drive go to the manufacture site and download the drivers needed even if its just your Ethernet driver thats enough to get you online long enough to download the rest of the drivers you need for you computer
If it is by wirless you will need to adjust the wirless adapter setings by going to your network conecsions click on the wirless conecsion and confiqir it to use stronger setings it should have a descripsion for all stings. I hope this will help you. Also do not forget to vote.
Your computer is asking for the WEP key which is the security key setup at installation so anyone who wants to enter your network must know the password. Check the simple things first, like your CAPs Lock key is off, Num Lock key is off, double check you are typing in the correct password. You can change the WEP key with the software that came with the wireless installation.
just copy and paste the above link on the browser.....you will be redirected to the drivers page of acer aspire l100.....there you can download the required drivers.....try this....it will work 100%....
you have changed the network key, but why update the username and password as it should always be the same which is the one supplied to you to connect to your service providers connection, assuming you mean the security key, go to your pc and search for your network again, as it will be trying to connect to a non existant unsecured router.
When it searches and finds the networks in your area, choose yours click connect and the enter password window should pop up to be entered.
Go to your browser and clear old temp files and cookies in tools, internet options, restart pc and you should assuming you have put the correct settings in be online.