Question about HP Computers & Internet
No laptop stated. 20 years of models easy, wow
my guess 10 years or newer.
did it come with windows 10 or did you upgrade.
if the routers messed up and you istalled windows
with mandatory windows logons, on line
then its impossible to do.
the internet must be working, using this painful way.
if you have valid MS account, use a wired Ethernet cable
to your router
bam connected, and can log in,
now fix your dead wifi
did i nail this?>
Posted on Feb 25, 2017
IF you are saying that you have the desktop and the laptop set to share, make sure that you have the same home group name in both and check that password too
Posted on Feb 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please connect the laptop to the linksys router with the cable provided. On the linksys, connect the able in any port from 1-4. Please do not connect the laptop to the Internet port.
From the start menu, select Run. Type in cmd and press enter. At the prompt, type in ipconfig. On the line that says Default Gateway -> this is the address of the router when connected to the computer and (DHCP being on).
Make a note of the Default Gateway and type it in the address bar in an Internet Explorer window. At the login prompt, leave the username prompt blank and type admin for password.
This will allow you to access the web GUI.
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Posted on Nov 27, 2007
Please indicate which is your issue.
Is your issue with the router's administrative password to used to configure the router?
Please confirm your router's manufacturer and model number.
IF not go to Wireless Configuration
If the router needs to be reset (because of an unknown password) do you know the proper settings to reconfigure the router? If not or even if unsure please provide your Internet Service Provider's name so we can get accurate instructions before proceeding any further on this password issue.
Is your issue with the passphrase/password for a wireless adapter to access a secured wireless network using either WEP or WAP encryption?
Do you have another wireless computer that works? -- you may be able to find the passphrase in the configuration of that machine's wireless adapter avoiding the need to have the administrators password for the router for the time being.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
In your internet explorer address bar, type in the ip address of 192.168.1.1 and see if it asks you for a password.
If that isn't it, try 192.168.1.245.
The default password is admin. No username.
Also, go to www.linksys.com and they have free chat support and can walk you through this issue.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
SOURCE: secure wireless internet
The D-Link is configured using a Web browser. After you have connected
your computer to the D-Link router, follow these steps:
1. Launch your Web browser. Enter "http://192.168.0.1" into
the address bar and press the "Enter" or "Return"
2. A logon pop-up screen will appear. Type "admin" for the username and leave the password field blank.
3. Click "OK". A D-Link configuration screen will appear. All changes to the D-Link configuration are made here.
Enabling WEP* (Wired Equivalent Privacy) will require anyone wishing to access the Internet through your wireless network to enter a password. After the correct password is entered, a connection is established, and all data sent from the D-Link to the computer and back is encrypted. From the D-Link configuration screen:
1. Click the "Home" tab.
2. Click the "Wireless" button.
3. Click the "Open System" button next to "Authentication".
4. Set the "WEP Encryption" to "128 bit".
5. Set the "Key Type" to "ASCII".
6. Type a 13 digit password into "Key 1".
7. Click "Apply".
8. When you connect to your wireless network from a computer, you will need to enter the 13 digit password.
*Note: If your computer's operating system supports it, enabling WPA-PSK is more secure than WEP. The steps above can be modified to set up WPA-PSK.
Posted on May 10, 2008
I'm having a similar roblem. reset will work only for a eriod of time. (day or two at the most) Problem getting worse over last couple months. Almost seems like a power-supply issue, but the wired computer is - usually - fine, though it has had the odd connection issue (slow, web page timeouts, etc). Usually I just unlug the unit and modem from the wall for ten seconds then its fine again.
I noticed in the Log window of the SMC advanced set up that there are a lot of "Dail on Demand" events. I have no idea what this is, but it seems strange.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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