A B181F7BB reference code occured in the beginning loading iSeries 9405-5203 The system console is not available,control panel is faulty (there is no indication, the buttons does not works). I have a PC and can attach to one of the HMC ports and launch a browser, then work at the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI)/ What I can do to solve this problem?
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Need your version of MS Windows (or are you using Linux or Apple OS?), anyway, assuming MSWin XP or WinVista or Win7,
start > control panel > add or remove programs > (L-click) Netgear software > (select) "Uninstall"
but if these vanilla instructions have been tried & aren't working, you may need to do a "system resore" to a recent system configuration that worked well, then uninstall there, then re-install all the stuff you're missing by doing a system restore...... if you've installed alota stuff recently (like me) this could be very painful, and you won't know how far back to go until an uninstall works.
From the Netgear WPN511 RangeMax reference manual avail from: ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/WPN511_UM_03Feb07.pdf
Removing the WPN511 Software
If necessary, you can remove the wireless adapter software in these two ways: • Navigate the Windows Start menu to the WPN511 Wireless PC Card program group, select the uninstall option, and follow the screen prompts. • Navigate the Windows Start menu to the Control Panel Add or Remove Program item, select the WPN511 Wireless PC Card option, and follow the screen prompts.
If your system is acting unreliable and/underperforming in other ways, suspect a virus/worm/trojan and clean out your system with Avast!/Norton/AVG/Kaspersky/McAfee, etc. then try the uninstall again.
click on start and go to control panel, click on system >> click on hardware tab >> click on device manager >> under the window click on network adapters >> right click on adapter name and click uninstall >> at the top click on scan for hardware changes and then check if it works.
What is the operating system on the computer ? You said that you installed the drivers on the computer for the adapter. If the OS is Win XP or VISTA then you don't need the utility to connect to the network. Windows has it's own utility to connect to the network. go to start = go to control panel = go to network connection = you will see wireless network connection if you right click and go to view available wireless network. First check the Device Manager. Click Here for more info about the networking
Sounds like you have a corrupted ActiveX control. Fortunately it is very easy to verify this by locating a folder in your Windows sub folder call Downloaded Program Files. c:\(windows)\Downloaded Program Files\.
Once you open this folder you can right click the ActiveX control entry and select update or in most cases choose Properties to diagnose a problem. When you select Properties, you'll be presented with a popup with three tabs, the dependency tab, when selected, may have a notice that the Control is damaged/broken. If it is, back out and then right click the Control in question and choose Remove. When needed the ActiveX control will download again.
If however, you get this Alert of an attempt to relocate in memory a critical system file then chances are high this ActiveX control is Malware or a Trojan because according to Microsoft programming standards, there is never a reason to change that DLL in question and this is one of many DLLs that have reserved addresses in memory for a reason. It would only be attempting to change that file if you are under attack.
To be certain you are virus/malware/trojan clean go to: http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner
It too will want to download and install an ActiveX control so look for the Alert Bar and you can definetly trust this Control. Once installed it will scan your system using a database at their online site that has not chance of being infected.
If you have any questions, concerns or need for more clarification please don't hesitate to use the comment box below to contact me.
you have a wireless router - correct ?
how are you connecting the machines to the internet - please supply details.....
i assume the HP laptop - DOES NOT have a built in wirless adapter - which may be conflicting ..
have you loaded the driver for the wireless adapter on the HP machine.
can you reply with details of the following
device manager button>
click on the + sign
post backs whats there
also any ! X or ?
also post an ipconfig /all
TWO Methods to do that - some people have problems with ONE----
rightclick in the box
control key + C key - to copy
then reply here and
control key + V to paste
Start, Run, CMD to open a DOS window and type:
IPCONFIG /ALL >C:\RESULT.TXT
Open C:\RESULT.TXT with Notepad and copy/paste the entire results here.
also download and run this software
Free software to check signal strength of wireless is netstumbler 0.4.0 available for download from http://www.stumbler.net/
reply to what it finds
ok look in device manager down the list to your wireless card and see if it is listed, if so check that there is not a red cross on it, if so right click and select enable.
if a yellow exclamation mark driver not recognised with card.
If it is listed and you are unable to enable it restart the pc and press F2 or DEL to enter your bios and on the peripherals menu, see if the wireless controller(if it is built in card) is enabled.
If non of the above works, then the code 10 would normally be refering to a faulty peice of hardware.