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You need one of these PCMCIA network adapters. The one shown in the picture above requires an adapter cable (supplied when new) that connects the card to the ethernet cable. other later types of card have the socket on the card.
Hi there, you may be able to connect them together using an ethernet cable. When you do this you may need to bridge the connections to make them work. Once you have the ethernet cable connected go into network and sharing centre, then into change adapter settings. Hold the ctrl button and click (once) both of the adapter icons, then right click and select "Bridge Connections" This should sort your problem. (I am assuming that you are running windows machines)
Hi ABVT66 - Didn't your router come with two short cables? It should have. One is the cable that hooks up the modem to your router and the other is the cat5 (ethernet) cable that connects your router to your pc. Let me know if you have these cables. Also, if you check your device manager on your pc, click on the + next to network adapters and it will tell you your network adapter. DON'T RATE THIS 'TIL WE'RE DONE. Thanks.
They sell USB to Ethernet adapters that you can use. If you want to replace the adapter yourself you will have to strip the laptop down to the mother board, then proceed to de-solder then solder the new one back onto the board. You can but the replacement piece from either http://sparepartswarehouse.com if they have your make and model, or you can get it from your laptop's distributer.
Ethernet connection is a LAN or a CAT cable One end of that cable will connect at the back of ur router box that u will have with u or u will get it from ur ISP . and the other end of that cable goes to the back of ur pc in the jack which says LAN or try to plug it in any socket which fits properly. u will a light that will start flashing at the back of ur back when u plug that cable in to check whether u system supports ethernet connection or not 1. right click on my computer 2. goto properties 3. goto hardware 4. goto device manager 5. u will find network adapters there click on the plus sign on the left side of network adapters plus sign will change to minus under network adapters look for an ethernet adapter or network controller or 10/100 or 10/1000 fast ethernet NIC ( network interface card ) if u have one , then ur pc supports ethernet connection U just have to connect the ethernet cabel to ur router box and at the back of ur pc and u just have to open internet explorer and ur internet would start working... if u dont have ethernet cable with u or ur system does not have an ether net socket in ur system , u can goto any computer shop and get an ethernet cable and a socket for ur system If u dont want to do that , u can go for a USB cable connection with ur pc or a wireless connection.... reply back if u face any further problems
Pls reconnect the Ethernet cable back to the other PC and check how is its getting IP address, automatic (Obtain an IP...) or fix (Use the following...). To do this go to your Control Panel, click on Network Connections, right click on Local Area Connection, click on Properties, highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click on Properties button. If it is the latter, note down the numbers.
Plug the Ethernet back to your laptop and do the same. Set your laptop's Internet Protocol Properties to mimic the other computer settings. The only possible difference would be is if the other computer is ticked on "Use the....", the IP address of the laptop should be different from the other PC. Example if the other PC is 192.168.1.5, make the laptop 192.168.1.6. All others stay the same.
Hope this ne of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.