My acer aspire 1 notebook was left running and after a while i tried to go on line and its saying server cannot be found.i went to preference and tried to click on network connections and nothing happens.
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Proxy - Go to Start > Control Panel > Internet Options > Connections > LAN settings. Remove Proxy server option. If this gets you on the internet go to next step.
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Microsoft changed its log-in protocols since
the Aspire One was released and the version of Messenger installed is
unable to connect to the Microsoft servers.
You can get to the Live Update function by clicking on the settings
icon from the home page (bottom right of your screen) you will bring up
the settings window (obviously). Inside here, you will see the Live
update icon (mine’s on the bottom left next to Touchpad).
1. Make sure you’re connected to the Internet.
2. Click on the Live Update icon.
3. Click on “Update” and if there are any updates, they will be listed and you have the opportunity to install them all.
4. Click on Install and your Aspire One will automatically download and install the updates for your netbook.
you didn't mention which version of windows are using so i am going to assume that you have windows XP if that is not the case then let me and i can provide you with an alternate solution.
1. click on the start button 2. click on run 3. type ncpa.cpl 4. right-click on local area connection(if using ethernet cable) 5. single-left-click on internet protocol (tcp/ip) 6. click on properties 7. click on set dns servers manually instead of obtaining automatically 8. enter 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 as the primary and secondary servers. 9. restart the computer
if it still doesn't work 1. click on the start button 2. click on run 3. type cmd 4. click ok 5. type nslookup www.google.com 6. hit enter
have been made aware of the network icon issue in Linpus Linux , and
have been provided with a temporary workaround, while the software
vendor investigates this issue. Please follow the steps below: 1. Open the terminal by "ALT+F2" and then type "terminal" ->Run. 2 Run "mv ~/.gconf/system/networking ~/" to clear all the root network connections.
There is one space between mv and ~ and one space between networking and ~
After doing this, it will not have "ANY" network connections that may have been previously setup in network manager. Reboot the unit and the network icon will appear. You will need to configure your network again.
Check the wireless card connections physically. I received a Aspire one that had a wire disconnected from the card itself. if that is in tack find out what driver you are using for your card using "lsmod" see if there are alternatives. Try a live boot USB linux and see if your wireless card functions under that if it doesn't it is hardware if it does it is software. I would switch to another linux like sabayon or ubuntu eeepc versions they function better. I run Sabayon on both of my netbooks. Ubuntu ha sbetter support though.