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One of the most common causes of this is wifi channel interference. Most routers come preset to "auto" which allows them to choose whatever channel they wish to transmit on. And most use the same defaults. If you live in a relatively congested area where there are many wireless networks around, having all of them on auto can start a cascading shifting of channels to try to avoid interference. One or two shifts most devices can handle, but when it cascades, most devices just disconnect. Best thing to do is to go into the router and manually select a channel to use. Try it for a while. If you have no more problems, ok. If not, change to a different one and try again.
it can be for many reasons mainly because of network problem or then it may be because ur settings are not proper just restore your phones settings to factory setting!!
and even try the to see your msgs some times if there are msgs pending then it congests the network and connection error is shown!!!
or else first thing is try some other sim card!
I would suggest updating your firmware and this should fix the problem. But lg blu-ray players seem to be really bad at saying "network congestion" even mine and lg's support on this issue is almost second to none. i just went and bought a sony blu-ray player.
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Check to fix with the router's warranty.
Somethings that you could try yourselves are:
- Disconnect the router and power it down.
wait for 30 secs and switch it on.
- Go into the router settings and change the transmitting channel to either 1,6 or 11.
These steps are to avoid air traffic congestions.
Did u added the new network devices, or did u wait till thy popped up? If u didn't added them manually, then go to networklocations, add network location, press next, and again next, then type in \\mybookworld\"here the name of the folder of your mybook, ex. Movies or music,.." (without " ")
Hardware First: Is Vista confirming LAN connection onn that PC, or is it showing disconnected cable?
Is the connection properties showing at least 100Mbps?
Are the RJ45 terminals okay?
Is the driver for the network card recognized by Vista and loaded?
If that is fine, then check the following in the network properties:
1. The IP address you are using
2. The gateway address: it must be the same as the gateway address in the other PCs accessing internet. Run and check
3. The Subnet mask. Use 255.255.255.0
4. HAve you Setup the Nework using the Setup Wizard, including Access INTERNET THROUGH A HUB THROUGH ANOTHER COMPUTER ON MY NETWORK?
Check those things and let us know. Ask for help from your network administrator about correct IP addresses on that LAN