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There are many things in the house that can interfere with wireless connectivity. Cordless phone are the most common. Some phone operate on the same frequency band as the wireless routers, and if there is a phone positioned between the router and the wireless device, it can cause problems.
find that ip of the router e.g 192.168.0.1 or something like that
gott to the lan network connection of pc got tcip option
in ther enter the ip addree 192.168.0.xxx ( anything but ther router address) subnet mansk 255.255.255.255.0 defualut gateway the routers ip address primary dns router router ip address leave the secondary ip blank
Hi, IF you are able to connect your wireless device? Did you checked that are you able to ping the wireless router? Are you able to ping any of public dns fr.ex. 220.127.116.11? And above both is working try to check the DNS which you entered?? if above are not possible then again check the setting with your wireless router?
Windows WiFi Fix, Windows Zero Wireless Configuration is one of the best programs to run a WiFi in Windows XP or Vista. Most of the other software packages that come with the different adapters have been poor at best in keeping a connection through Windows. Here is the best guide to get you back up and connected. Windows XP: Click Start Right click on My Computer When a window pops up click on properties Click on the Hardware tab Click Device Manager Click the [+] next to Network Adapters Find your wireless card and right click on it. Click Disable Windows may warn you that disabling the device may make it stop functioning. Continue disabling the device. Wait 30 seconds or so. Right click on your wireless again and click Enable. Exit the device manager. Reconnect to your router. You should now be able to connect to the internet.
Click Start Logo Right Click Computer Click Device Manager Windows will ask you about opening Device ManagerClick Continue Click the [+] next to Network Adapters Find your wireless card and right click on it. Click Disable Windows may warn you that disabling the device may make it stop functioning. Continue disabling the device. Wait 30 seconds or so. Right click on your wireless again and click Enable. Exit the device manager. Reconnect to your router. You should now be able to connect to the internet.
If you are connected straight from the modem, your router will not have internet access, only if your modem is connected to the router you will be able to go online wireless. connect your modem to the router nad router to the desktop, so that you can access both wired and wireless connection
first how are you connecting .... dsl cable?? ... next how are you going to network ... ethernet ... wireless or USB ... next run the new connection wizard and answer the questions ... connect to the internt .... setup connection manually ... either choose broadband w/ user pass thats a DSL connection or broadband thats always on (cable) ... enter the info and connect ...
Hi,I am going crazy! Just moved house and took my Netgear Wireless router with me. However, even though the hard wired base unit works, my wireless laptop can't access the internet - even though a full stregnth signal is there when i browse for wireless connections. Using Vista Home Premium. Help appreciated!