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Belkin wireless I have a belkin wireless system on 2 computers located just feet from each other. One works fine the other can not reconize the belkin transmitter

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Re: Belkin wireless

What wireless card is located in the computer that will not connect? What model Belkin router?

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Sir, my Computing taking more than 45 minutes to log on & graphices are also not so good & performance is also slow. My Environment is---Device-L 230 (7 devices). Host Computer is Vista 32 bit,...

open case and take out memory(RAM)..maybe clean up some dirts inside then place it back the memory..if nothing works you try the second option..just follow these: Try to restore your system to when it works do this;
Click windows start>pointing all programs>click accessories>system tools>then system restore.. On system restore window tick on "restore my computer to an earlier time" click next then select date and time to when that program works good before the error occurs.. click next then next...wait untill the process ok after finish..
hope this help, goodluck

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Solution on a slow Internet connections Problem  The major  causes for a slow...

Solution on a slow Internet connections Problem 
The major  causes for a slow Internet connections. A poor-performing connection can be caused by broadband router configuration issues, wireless interference, or any of several other technical issues with your home network. Follow these steps to diagnose slow Internet connections.
 1. Broadband Router Settings
As the centerpiece of a network, a broadband router can be responsible for slow Internet connections if configured improperly. For example, the MTU setting of your router will lead to performance issues if set too high or too low. Ensure your router's settings are all consistent with the manufacturer's and your Internet Service Provider (ISP) recommendations. Carefully record any changes you make to your router's configuration so that you can undo them later if necessary.
 2. Wireless Signal Interference
Wi-Fi and other types of wireless connections may perform poorly due to signal interference, which requires computers to continually resend messages to overcome signal issues. Household appliances and even your neighbors' wireless networks can interfere with your computers. To avoid slow Internet connections due to signal interference, reposition your router for better performance and change your Wi-Fi channel number.
 3. Internet Worms
An Internet worm is a malicious software program that spreads through computer networks. If any of your computers are infected by an Internet worm, they may begin spontaneously generating network traffic without your knowledge, causing your Internet connection to appear slow. Run antivirus software regularly to diagnose and remove these worms from your computers.
 4. Running Background Applications
Some software applications you install on a computer run in the background, quietly consuming network resources. Unlike worms, these are programs designed to do useful work. Peer to peer (P2P) programs in particular can heavily utilize your network and cause connections to appear slow. It's easy to forget these applications are running. Always check computers for any programs running in the background when troubleshooting a slow network.
 5. Faulty Network Equipment
When routers, modems or cables fail, they typically won't support connections. Certain technical glitches in network equipment, however, adversely affect performance even though connections are maintained. To troubleshoot potentially faulty equipment, temporarily re-arrange and re-configure your gear while experimenting with different configurations. Try bypassing the router, swapping cables and changing network adapters to isolate the slow performance to a specific component of the system.
 6. Service Provider Issues
Internet speed ultimately depends on the service provider. Your ISP may change their network's configuration, or suffer technical difficulties, that inadvertently cause your Internet connection to run slow. ISPs may also intentionally install filters or controls on the network that can lower your performance. Don't hesitate to contact your service provider if you suspect they are responsible for a slow Internet connection.

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How do I network my dell desk top and my dell laptop

If you are planning on networking two computers or more I highly recommend purchasing a wireless router. Once you have a wireless router make sure that you set your network connection settings, your Local Area network or Wireless (whichever you are using), to DHCP. Connect your system to your router and normally that's it. Also normally with a router it would also come with a CD. For setting up your network you could also use that for easy setup.

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Wireless connection

Gateway should have it's own software can start with Connect To on the Windows Start Menu and choose wireless connection.

What OS?

Mar 31, 2009 | Network Terminals

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Cannot get thomson 123g wireless adapter installed.

Well my friend, they are not alone to be "not helpfull", ive tryed since the 17 fubruary to help a friend of mine to solve a warranty isue with toshiba, belive me when i say they try all ways to NOT help us.

I look forwad to hear from you after you tranfer that file my frien:)


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Restricting nosey userson a home network

Do not share any files on your computer:

My Computer
Right click on C: drive or D:, etc...

Make sure your files are not shared

Also do this:

Start:Programs:Accessories:System Tools:Disk Clean Up
Check everything except the compress old files


Keep all of your saved viewing materials in one main folder.
Right click on folder select properties
check hidden and OK
Open Windows Explorer, not Internet explorer
Open tools//folder options//view
Select "do not show hidden files and folders"

Do this when you are done browsing and go back to show hidden files when you are back on your computer.

Clear your documents:

Start//Settings//Taskbar and Menu Settings//
Select start menu//customize
select clear

Oct 24, 2008 | Network Terminals

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Bt fusion home hub

Dear Bern
if ur using windows xp its very easy to solve

1) Just restore your omputer to older days that which work greatly.

start- program files -- Accessories- system tools- System restore- select the date whih it works greatly. and the give restore. then system will restore after restarting

best of luck

Sep 20, 2008 | Network Terminals

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Wireless adapter

Goto control panel, open up system, choose hardware, device manager, look in Network adapters to see if it shows wireless. If you dont have one in system, you can get a wireless PCI card for internal installation or you can get wireless USB from Best Buy, Circuit City etc.....either one is ok...USB is easiest to install of course.

Jul 12, 2008 | Network Terminals

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Wireless problem

Hello router_lost

I believe you are correct in your assessment that the issue is related to your router. Likely, that issue involves configuration - of your router and/or your laptop computer.

(01) Is the computer that is running Vista connecting to the Internet (via the router) using a wireless network adapter or a wired network adapter?

(02) Assuming that the Vista computer is connecting to the Internet wirelessly, please, tell us the manufacturer, model number and version of your router.

If the Vista computer is connecting "wired" and not "wirelessly" AND you have no other devices on your LAN (home network) that are successfully connecting to the Internet wirelessly through this router, then, it's possible that the router's radio is not enabled. However, if the laptop is "seeing" your router, then, of course, that isn't the case.

(03) Are you sure you are attempting to connect to the correct wireless router from your laptop?

I've seen it quite often where users will think they're connecting (or trying to connect) through their own router when, in fact, the router is a neighbor's (not their own).

(06) You can avoid this possibility by assigning an unique SSID to your wireless radio. In other words, change the SSID (wireless router's "name") to something other than the manufacturer's default SSID. (e.g. Netgear's default is "netgear" and Linksys's default SSID is "linksys", etc.)

It's best, for security purposes, not to assign a revealing SSID (e.g. "TheSmiths" or "2201YourStreetName", etc). Call it "BlueMoon" or whatever you like. Just something unique yet not revealing of your identity or location.

(07) Please, tell us the manufacturer, model number and revision of your router.

(08) Please, tell us the manufacturer, model number and serial number (or service tag) of your laptop computer.

(09) Please, tell us the operating system that is running on your laptop computer.

W/ this information, we'll be able to provide you with specific instructions for correcting your laptop's connectivity problem at home.

(10) Do you know if you have WEP or WPA encryption enabled on the router?

If you do, then you will need to enter either the router's wireless encryption "password phrase" or the hexadecimal key code password in order for the laptop to be allowed to access the Internet. You should only have to do this one time - then your computer will save the information.

If you've been connecting to free networks fine, then you've likely not been required to enter a password phrase or key in order to connect.

Please, post back here w/ answers to the questions I've asked here along with any other questions, comments, and observations you might have. We'll continue to work w/ you on this issue until it's resolved.

Thank you
BJ @:)

Apr 15, 2008 | Network Terminals

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Remote access to lacie ethernet hard drive

you will need to open a port on the router first. Maybe 8080 once you get that set you will type the WAN ip and the port number. It will look like this: : 8080
it will then ask for a username and password.

Nov 05, 2007 | Network Terminals

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