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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Speed Streem 6520
you can go to command prompt and type command as in small letter which is "ipconfig /renew" it will reactivate your old active ip address.#
if not go in control panel and right click on connection icon -->properties --then--> general tab -->TCP/IP --> change the ipaddress there. i hope it will help u.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
Hi, simply all you need to do is download the vista driver for your modem. Here is the link: http://www.dlink.com.au/tech/Download/download.aspx?product=DU-562M&revision=REV_A&filetype=Drivers
just download the driver for vista 32bit and unpac and install it.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Apr 18, 2008
First of all connect with the cable computer and your ethernetcard and phoneline to your modem c2110 and then turn on the power of your modem,then type the address 192.168.1.1 at the explorer bar.Their you will find a pop up requesting you to enter username and password,enter the admin as username and admin as the password.Then proceed and just click on configuration given on the left side of the page,after clicking three subheadings you will find first local network the other internet and the third one DSl home, then just click on the internet their you will find several things to edit but you only click on the edit button infront of where "pppoe_0_35" is written, after that just do next and next untill you will find at one place Broadbandusername and Broadbandpassword, their u enter the username and password provided by the BSNL, after that click on the APPLY button,and wait for few seconds. and then close the window,and now enjoy surfing internet.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
SOURCE: Windows XP Problem
The easy and safe way to disable ACPI from the device manager in XP. Just right click on it in the device manager, choose update driver, click I will choose the driver to install, and click on Standard PC. Reboot the PC and it will redetect all your devices.
A easy way to do the Fresh Install with no ACPI. When setup is loading, the blue screen will ask if you have any raid devices, and to press F6. When it does that, press and hold F7, & ACPI will not be installed.
The third way Just press F5 after the first screen asking if you have raid devices to install (will ask at bottom of screen to press F6) keep pressing F5 to the second screen where it will ask to press F2 for recovery console. Keep holding F5 and should get another screen where it will say that it cannot recognize type of pc. There you have two choices: standard pc and other. Select standard and voila no ACPI will be installed.
This should solve your ACPI issues and your devices will be assigned their own IRQ, disabing ACPI in WinXP affects power management etc...but it looks like you have no choice.
i hope good...
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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