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How to I take the the housing of the modem? Need to replace ethernet connection..have older sony vaio computer

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My internet cord doesn't fit my Sony Vaio computer what can I do?


What type of internet connection ? ethernet ? or usb ? and what model uverse modem router buy a reducing adapter

Dec 29, 2013 | Sony VAIO PCV-RS720G (027242658103) PC...

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Ethernet Connection Not Working


There are many......many ways that an Ethernet network could be configured as far as Internet connectivity. However, there are a couple of layouts that are extremely common -- probably used by something like 91% of home and SMBs. I'm going to assume your using one of these more common setups but unless there's more detail that you provide (home? business? high speed cable? DSL? windows who? Linksys router? D-Link router? Netgear router? No router? Hamster running inside wheel? etc.).... um, this answer will be a tad generic. But luckily generic stuff usually works.

Although my expertise and experience is with the Vaio, these troubleshooting steps apply to any PC running late Windows XP. I'm also assuming that your method of connecting to the Internet goes something like this: Ethernet cable from your laptop connects to a switch/router (doesn't matter if its standalone or integrated into a router, as long as the connection gets to the router that is plugged into your broadband service) --- router connected to a cable/DSL modem (some DSL providers sell a combo router/modem unit... might be made by 2Wire, for example) --- modem interfaces your internal gig with the Internet... happiness occurs as long as nothing breaks.

1. Start > Connect To > Show all connections

2. Unless you renamed it, your ethernet network card that's built-in to the Vaio will be represented by the icon entitled "Local Area Connection" -- and it sounds like you already know this. I apologize in advance if I go over or under your head.

3. Left-click "Local Area Connection" and then in the left sidebar of that window (where you see Network Tasks, Other Places, yada yada...), collapse all of the categories except for Details, that way it's right there and you don't have to scroll to get to it. What does it say?

A) If it says "Disabled" then go over and right-click Local Area Connection > Enable. Or if you don't even see the "Local Area Connection" icon then your card isn't being recognized and you can just read on because I explain how to download the driver (even though that is a generic first-step solution).

B) If it says "Network Cable Unplugged" then try another cable, check connections everywhere (does the light on your router/switch light up for the ethernet port you plugged into?). If all looks good then the last generic thing you can do besides replacing hardware is go visit this little linkeroo:
http://esupport.sony.com/perl/select-system.pl?PRODTYPE=1,24,26,66,9,70,5,72
...and plug in your model of Vaio. Look on lower left corner of display panel, DON'T use the "model number" listed on the bottom panel... or else the computer may display a very large and disturbingly lifelike image of a middle-finger!.... ok kidding there... it won't be the middle finger per say.
...............Now download the drivers for the network card/controller by clicking the + symbol next to the category and then hit the green arrow -- and choosing RUN when prompted is totally and completely acceptable, and even highly recommended.

C) If it says "Connected" and shows an IP address that begins with something other than 169.xxx.xxx.xxx, then you may be reaching the router and I'd check your Internet connection. Call your ISP? Check router config... Maybe feed the hamster if he's hungry so he can keep spinning that wheel? These are all valid suggestions.

4. Try this: Right-click "Local Area Connection" and select REPAIR. This will release the IP address, disable the network card, flush DNS, restart the network card, re-register DNS, and ask the DHCP server (probably the router) for a new IP address, which is basically the computer's phone number.

5. Any third part software installed for security purposes? Like Norton Security or some other firewall software? If yes, get rid of it... see what happens.

6. And step 6 would be to start drinking... or provide more detail. Obviously you got on the Internet somehow or else you wouldn't have posted the question so go use that connection and check out the very user-friendly and sophisticated Sony support site -- again, the link to Vaio support is http://esupport.sony.com/perl/select-system.pl?PRODTYPE=1,24,26,66,9,70,5,72

Jun 24, 2010 | Sony VAIO VGN-CR220E/P Notebook

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I had a lightning strike now my RZ26G wont connect to the internet. Verizon said to get a new ethernet card....i dont see one --- help how can i get back on the internet?


The ethernet card is embedded in the motherboard on this model,If you have a vacant slot on the motherboard you can install a new one there.any brand should do.
Good luck

Oct 22, 2009 | Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RZ26G PC...

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I cant connect my netgear router to my sony vaio the


Follow the steps below to reset and reconfigure your router:

RESET:

At the back of the router you will find a small tiny hole (which says restore to factory default settings). Press the button with the help of a paper clip and hold it down for 30 seconds. After 30 seconds, please release the button and power off the router for 5 seconds then power the router back.

CONNECTIONS:

1. Connect a Ethernet cable from the modem to the WAN port of the router (isolated port).
2. Connect the computer to the router using any one of the 4 available ports. Please make sure that there is no direct connection between the modem and the computer (either using Ethernet cable or USB cable).
3. Power off the modem and the router after making the connections.
4. Power on the modem and wait for the lights, then power on the router.

RECONFIGURE:

1. Open the browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Safari).
2. Access the router, usually with http://192.168.1.1 or http://www.routerlogin.com.
3. Login to the router with the Username as "admin" and Password as "password" (please note that the Username and Password are case sensitive).
4. Click on 'Basic settings' from the left menu and select 'Use Computers MAC Address' from 'router MAC Address' section.
5. Click Apply.
6. Once it updates the settings then power off the modem and the router. Power on the modem and wait for the lights, then power on the router.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.

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Anand

Sep 21, 2009 | NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router

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Ethernet card not working


During BOOT up, enter the "Setup Mode" (Before Windows Starts!) by pressing an "F" or <Delete> key (usually). You'll have to read your screen when the system starts to know which. After entering Setup Mode, locate the area in the Menu that refers to Ethernet and make sure it's turn ON or Activated. Save and Exit. After Windows starts, try your connection.

Jun 10, 2009 | Sony VAIO FX340 Notebook

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Cant find the ethernet port on my sony desktop


It should be located on the top right hand side, on the SIDE of the computer. It looks just like a phone jack hook up. Hope this helps. Also, if you don't have one or can't find it you can always plug in an adapter to the telephone line and then you can plug the ethernet cord into that.

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Download drivers...


hi.
Respected sir actuly i want to need modem driver intel 56k

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Need ethernet controller driver for sony vaio pcg-srx51p/a


Did your sony vaio came with a cd installer? If it has one, you can use that to reinstall the ethernet controller.

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Sony vaio r505jl docking station


I googled this and found that both the notebook itself and the docking station have ethernet connections, the docking station ethernet connection seems to be between the usb and monitor connection, The notebook itself has a ethernet connection on the right side of the notebook near the back under a rubber cover. Let me know if that was correct or not.

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