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If you want to reinstall drivers for network adapter, google your motherboard model number followed by "ethernet driver".

Eg: " MSI-PTT-415 ethernet driver"

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My laptop drops the internet then in a moment it comes back then repeats over and over


Several computer models include two specific hardware components that enable the device to connect to the Internet: an Ethernet adapter card and a wireless adapter card.

These cards are also called network adapters, or network cards.
If your computer suffers from an intermittent Internet connection, and your Internet service provider (ISP) doesn't detect any issues on their end, you can update the software for the network adapters to resolve the intermittent connection.

If updating the adapters doesn't resolve the problem, reset the transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP) and Winsock to restore the connection.

Click "Start." Click "Control Panel."
Type "manager" into the search bar.
Click "Device Manager."

Expand "Network Adapters."
You should have one wired adapter and one wireless adapter, if the computer has wireless support.

Double-click each adapter.
Write down the name of the adapter, as well as the manufacturer's name.

Go to the computer or network adapter manufacturer's website if you installed the adapter to the computer yourself.
If the adapter came with the computer, go to the computer manufacturer's site instead.

Select the "Support," "Download" or "Drivers" page.
Look up your computer or adapter model.

Select your operating system.
Click the "Network," "LAN" or "Internet" category.

Download the latest adapters for your network devices.
Click "Save" or "Save As" and save the files to your desktop.

Return to Device Manager. Right-click the first device. Click "Update Driver Software."
Click "Browse My Computer for Driver Software."

Follow the remaining on-screen directions to reinstall the device driver.
Repeat the process for the other network device.

Restart the computer after reinstalling the drivers to repair the intermittent Internet issue.

Reset IP

Log in to Windows as an administrator.
Hold down the Ctrl, Shift and Esc keys to open Windows Task Manager.

Click "File." Click "New Task." Type "cmd" and press Enter to open Command Prompt.

Type "netsh int IP reset c:\resetlog.txt" into the Command Prompt.
Press Enter to rewrite the TCP/IP registry keys.

Enter "netsh winsock reset" into the command-line prompt.
Press Enter to reset the Winsock catalog and resolve the intermittent Internet problem.
How to reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/299357

Nov 28, 2013 | HP Pavilion Computers & Internet

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Lose internet connection


Which type and brand of router ?

Several computer models include two specific hardware components that enable the device to connect to the Internet: an Ethernet adapter card and a wireless adapter card. These cards are also called network adapters, or network cards. If your computer suffers from an intermittent Internet connection, and your Internet service provider (ISP) doesn't detect any issues on their end, you can update the software for the network adapters to resolve the intermittent connection. If updating the adapters doesn't resolve the problem, reset the transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP) and Winsock to restore the connection.

Click "Start." Click "Control Panel." Type "manager" into the search bar. Click "Device Manager." Expand "Network Adapters." You should have one wired adapter and one wireless adapter, if the computer has wireless support. Double-click each adapter. Write down the name of the adapter, as well as the manufacturer's name. Go to the computer or network adapter manufacturer's website if you installed the adapter to the computer yourself. If the adapter came with the computer, go to the computer manufacturer's site instead. Select the "Support," "Download" or "Drivers" page. Look up your computer or adapter model. Select your operating system. Click the "Network," "LAN" or "Internet" category. Download the latest adapters for your network devices. Click "Save" or "Save As" and save the files to your desktop. Return to Device Manager. Right-click the first device. Click "Update Driver Software." Click "Browse My Computer for Driver Software." Follow the remaining on-screen directions to reinstall the device driver. Repeat the process for the other network device. Restart the computer after reinstalling the drivers to repair the intermittent Internet issue. Reset IP Log in to Windows as an administrator. Hold down the Ctrl, Shift and Esc keys to open Windows Task Manager. Click "File." Click "New Task." Type "cmd" and press Enter to open Command Prompt. Type "netsh int IP reset c:\resetlog.txt" into the Command Prompt. Press Enter to rewrite the TCP/IP registry keys. Enter "netsh winsock reset" into the command-line prompt. Press Enter to reset the Winsock catalog and resolve the intermittent Internet problem.
How to reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/299357

Apr 18, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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On my Mad Catz Adapter the signal light doesnt flash but the power and the 3rd one does any suggestions on how to get this fixed anyone?


reset your adapter , there is a reset button on it . push and hold up it reset . remember to read the intruction manual .

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My netbook won't let me connect to a wireless network, it tells me to reset my wireless adapters. I don't know how


To reset the wireless adapter, click "Start", click "Control Panel", and go to "Network Connections" (XP) or "Network and Sharing Center" (Vista or 7), Vista and 7 will have to click "Network Adapters" from there. This should bring up a screen with all available network adapters. Right click the one that likely has the word "wireless" or a "g" "b" or "n" in the name, and click Repair or Reset.

Aug 24, 2011 | Acer Aspire One D255-1625

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I have a D-link DSL-500T modem, when i connect it to my Acer GX260 pc , i got this error ' Network Cable Unplugged' . I have try changing the cable but i got the same error. Then i try interchange the...


Can you try reset the network card and also reset the modem by pressing into the little hole on it for like 30 seconds? To reset the network adapter card, you can right click on the network connection of your LAN connection and click on diagnose if you are using Windows Vista. Then you will see the reset network adapter card option. Or you can follow the steps on the following link.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-CA/windows-vista/Troubleshoot-network-adapter-problems

If you are using Windows 7, then the following link will include the steps about troubleshooting your network adapter card.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-CA/windows7/How-do-I-fix-network-adapter-problems

Aug 18, 2010 | D-Link Computers & Internet

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Resetting the adapter


Use the computer you are on to download the updated driver for the network adapter from the Toshiba Website. After you have the updated driver install it on the computer your having a problem on. Reboot the computer. If the problem is still there and you have a cable connected to the network connection and to the router, uninstall the network adapter from the device manager and reboot the computer. That should detect and install the adapter and resolve the problem. If it doesn't there is a problem with the network adapter and you will need to use the wireless of get a PCMCIA card to use for networking. Toshiba does use a replaceable Network card in some laptops, if nothing else above works and you don't want to get another card to plug in you may want to look into purchasing a new card from Toshiba to replace the old one.

Jul 22, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook

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Blinking orange light where tghe wifi is


The light indicates that the printer's trying to connect to a wireless network. If the blinking wifi light has been going on for quite some time now but connection is still not going through, you will need to reset the printer's wireless network adapter. To reset the network adapter on Lexmark X6570, press Settings button > Network Setup > Wireless Setup > Reset Network Adapter to Factory Defaults. The wifi light will momentarily turn off then on and should be solid orange then. Try to reconnect the printer for wireless connection.

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My IE 8 will not open any web sites


Is your Network Connections working properly?

If your networking adapters are functioning OK, try this,

Open IE
Tools tab > Internet Options > restore Adanced Settings and Reset Internet Explorer settings.
Restart IE.

Other options are:
1) Uninstall the Network adapter
Open Device Manager > Expand Network Adapter > Right Click on your internet network adapter and Uninstall
Reboot

If it doesn't work, try it again and then reinstall the driver. You may have to get the new driver from the device website.

2) Winsock and Tcp/Ip Fix
Start > Run > Type CMD > Type the following:
Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults,
type: netsh int ip reset reset.log and Press Enter

Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults,
type: netsh winsock reset catalog and Press Enter

3) Run sfc /scannow (This will restore your system files back to original state)
Insert your XP disc
Start > Run > Type CMD > Type the following:
sfc /scannow

Hope it helps.

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The wireless n adapter keeps losing it's connection. I have already updated both the Router Modem and adapter to latest software/firmware


I dont know why but i see this for a long time i maybe is a big bug in Belkin routers.Just reset the router to default configuration.Here is how:RESET

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