I have a compaq pc desktop d15s evo and i dont know what lan driver to download from hp site, Pent 4
Comment posted on Feb 07, 2009
ok those drivers did not work . what i need is a local connection to connect to broadband and i have none in the network area. so i guess its a lan connection that will show up a local connection so i can connect. Any help would be grateful.
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You didn't mention if your desktop is connected hardwired or wireless. Let's assume your desktop is connected hardwired via ethernet cable and your PC is saying that your are connected, then you need to check 2 things. First, TCP/IP settings, go to the network connections page of your PC and look for Local Area Connection. You need to right click on Local Area Connection and click on Properties. Then on the next page, look for Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) or Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) for Win Vista and Win 7 OS. You need to click on it to highlight it then click on Properties. On the next page, make sure that "Obtain an IP address automatically" and Obtain DNS Server address automatically" are both selected. Sorry if cannot give you a detailed walkthrough because you didn't mention the Operating System of your PC. Second, check Proxy Settings, open up Internet Explorer and click on Tools on the upper portion then click on Internet Options. On Internet Options page, click on the Connections Tab then click on the button for LAN settings. On the next page, make sure that the "Use Proxy Server for your LAN" is unchecked.
Yep. Plug the ethernet cable into the computer. Reset the modem AFTER you plug in the ethernet cable. If it still cannot come online then go to your control panel, network connections (xp) and right click on Local Area Connection (LAN). Go to properties, then Internet Protocol, highlight and click on properties below that. It should be obtaining an IP and DNS automatically unless you know you have a static IP (most dont). Close those two windows and right click on the LAN again. Disable. right click again and enable. It should do it. Vista... Control Panel, network and sharing center, manage network connection, then do the LAN the same way you do in XP
The setup page for a LinkSys Router is normally accessed using a browser addressed to 192.168.1.1. If for some reason "Page can not be displayed or Connection has timed out" shows up, perhaps the reason is that the PC is not on the same network as that of the router.
A couple of things you can try: 1. Run the PC to the router using LAN cable and not WiFi; 2. In your Network Connections (Control Panel), right click on your Local Area Connection, click on Properties, highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click on the Properties button. 3. In the next pop-up window, tick "Use the following IP address". IP address - 192.168.1.2, Subnet mask - 255.255.255.0 and Default gateway - 192.168.1.1, OK, OK. 4. Make sure to check "Show icon notification..." 5. In the Networking icon in the System Tray, right click and click on Repair. 6. Try your browser now on 192.168.1.1.
If your concern has not been corrected after completion of the above procedures, possibilities are: i. your PC's LAN card is at fault (hardware or drivers); ii. the LAN cable would require replacement; iii. the LinkSys router is at fault.
A sure way to verify network connectivity between router and LAN card/PC is when properly connected, the router's led display for that particular Ethernet port will light up and/or blink.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
hey if you r having wireless system then you have to connect your spa2102 to your pc
connect your pc to internet via wireless connection
now you r having lancard on your pc which is free rightnow
connectyour spa2102 to this lan card
and if you r having win xp then go to my network plase
rightclick on it
go to property
you can se local area connection and wireless connection both in this window
right click on wireless connection and go to its property
find internet connection sharing or allow other users to connect internet via this connection/pc
enable it so that your spa 2102 can get internet connection via lancard
I may be able to help with this...but I need a detailed description of how you have things connected between the XP desktop, the cable, modem, the Linksys router, and the laptop. Also, is the Linksys router new?
Typically, the wan port on the wireless router connects directly to the cable modem with a cat5 network cable....then the desktop pc connects to the router...on port 1 for example...with a similar cable. Once the wireless router is set up properly, the laptop should then be able to connect using wireless.
Hi,This modem has only two ports - 1 Ethernet and 1 USB. I want to connect the USB Port to my PC. I am unable to get a suitable driver. Please help me in finding from which site the driver could be downloade.
1.observe the laptop for any RJ11 socket (where you can connect your telephone cable).Most of the laptops are equiped with inbuilt modem.
2.go to specifications sheet of your model on www.hp.com
3.checkup the website for modem drivers for that model or you can find it at www.drivrers.com
4.basing on your operating system, download the drivers from above said sites and install them.
you could able to hook up internet.