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Re: asus laptop internet problems
uninstall and reinstall the network drivers,or what u can try is that if it used to work before then do a hard reset of the router,then u can try it will definately work.if it is helpful pls rate me and mail me my mail id is ......
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what you do is go on your laptop or computer then go on the internet and type your ip address on the web search where you type google. (your ip address will be on your wireless router) After you put your ip address in A thing will pop up it will ask you for username and password for the username just put down your wireless router company name like sky or virgin and for the password put down password. Then you will be on your wireless setup web page put your connection name down on the first one then the second bar will ask you for your wep key put down any think then the last bar put down your password then click apply. after that go on your connection click connect or disconnect then click your connection name a thing will pop up it will say passphrase and securitykey type your wep key in it and then your laptop or computer would be working again. And that is how you find your wep key
A WEP key is a security code used on some Wi-Fi networks. WEP keys allow a group of devices on a local network (such as a home network) to exchange encoded messages with each other while hiding the contents of the messages from easy viewing by outsiders.
Search your ISP (Internet Service Provider) into the list of Available Wireless networks and connect it.If it still asks for the key then you need to call up the ISP for the key. Because they provide you wih the key whe you purchase internet connection from them.
1.Log into router 2. Verify wireless router name( on the computer) >>> ( on/off) 3.Note router name you are connecting to. 4.. Check the laptop do ipconfig /all to see current IP addresses. This is done at the command prompt. 5. Set the laptop up in the router by WEP KEY or MAC address. enter router by either 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 depending on the router instructions set. 6.Note router name you are connecting to. 7. Move the laptop about 20ft away and try to log on to the internet. This is for all routers to set up wirelessly.
Very vague problem description. Check the WGR614 settings, you may have activated the MAC address filter for wireless that allows only devices with known addresses to connect to the router. Next is DHCP settings, is your router set up to provide IP addresses to devices (recommended) or is it set to static IPs? Your laptop must match this in its own network settings. What about WLAN security? Is your laptop able to match the security settings of the router? Some older wireless devices do not support advanced encryption (TKIP, AES, ...) or any protocols beyond WEP. Also very common: is the WLAN radio activated on your laptop? Sometimes success is just a gentle push away on an innocent looking switch at the laptop's edge.
If you open your Network window from the start menu, at the top you will see "Add a wireless device". Follow the instructions and this should get your wireless connection with WEP key add. (When you select your router, you will need the WEP key at hand. You can get this by going to the web page of your routers IP address.) Good Luck.
Be sure you use same security protocol on your PC than in your WLAN: WEP or WPA or WPA2 protocol Passphrase (PSK ) or Password TKIP or AES. Use same Key.Passphrase on your notebook as in your Access point. Check if your Access point/router has access list enabled: either you disable it in your AP either you add your PC MAC address to the list.
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.
For this its really not needed to uninstall the software
log in to the router page and look for wireless settings and get the correct ssid and wep, and set the channel to manual and select 9 or 11 channel . if its in manual the connection will be constant always
if not most of the router u will find wireless settings at the back of the router
delete the wireless profile and right click on the wireless and view the available wireless network and get connected if u r using windows to configure the wireless
if ur using the asus utility scan the network and add ur network, delete the previous profiles and wireless key's are case sensitive
have a look at the book that came with the wireless router and see what is the ip address. it should be 126.96.36.199. type this into your home pc internet explorer address bar. you should get the router settings page. then go to the wireless setup page and you will find the wep key there