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I want to ask that i have MU550 HSUPA Wi-Fi Gateway (Product By axesstel.com)Provided by my ISP (Saudi Telecom Company) .Problem Is that its not Giving Good Coverage across the house.My Desktop Computer is connected through Alpha adapter because of desktop. Now I have connected Wireless G ADSL Home Gateway ( Device Of LinkSys (CISCO) Model Number WAG200G ) Through Lan Modem On My Desktop PC and Connected to linksys Modem Port to get good coverage of signals across the house . Only few days its work very well And Getting Excellent Signal Across the house and All Device was working properly and now its not working.Please Guide Me what to do .Before it was working.Without too much configuration.Please Guide whether i have to do any configuration or have to put any ip from my isp to linksys router or not.Please if you can remote my computer or check or simply guide me what to do. I Shall Be Very Thank-full To You.
First, try shutting down each device, wait 20 seconds and try again. If it was working with this configuration, it should continue to work.
Second, I always suggest that in Device Manager, all network cards, wireless cards, and/or USB hubs have the properties changed to NOT "allow the computer to turn off this device to save power". If the computer turns off the device, some device stay off.. it might be possible to goad them into restarting, but I wouldn't want to do that repeatedly.
Posted on Nov 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may need to uninstall your current usb's and let Windows redetect them.
click on START, SETTINGS, CONTROL PANEL, SYSTEM. Click on tab HARDWARE, click on DEVICE MANAGER. Scroll down to UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONTROLLER. Delete everything there. Click on ACTION, SCAN FOR HARDWARE CHANGES. It should redetect and you should be good.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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Check if the IP address of your machine is within the network as assigned by the DHCP server of your modem/router. You might need to reconfigure your network settings to "automatically obtain IP address" and "...DNS". You can verify this by opening a command prompt and type "ipconfig /all"
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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