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My wireless on desktop sometimes disconnect itself on xp why is that and how can i make it automatically put it back right after? by itself?

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I've had this same problem. You must get a new router because routers, especially if they're old, have connection/bandwidth technicalities which cause them to malfunction at times.

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Hello im troubleshooting a error on a dell dimension 2400, windows xp error when testing or querying the modem the error reads cannot connect or check to see if hardware is powered on or connected...


Wireless zero configuration is the feature of Windows XP that allows Windows to detect the available wireless networks and automatically connect to the most preferred wireless network.

It is enabled by the Wireless Zero Configuration service in Windows XP. It provides auto wireless network detection when you switch on the computer.
Follow the steps below to verify that the service is running:
1. Go to Start and right click My Computer. Select and click Manage.
2. Computer Management window will appear. Under Services and Applications, select Services.
3. Check for the service Wireless Zero Configuration. Make sure that it is started and that the startup type is set to automatic.
computer-management.jpg4. If it isn't, double-click the service. If the startup type is not set to automatic, click on the dropdown arrow and and change it to automatic. Click OK at last.
autostart-wireless-zero.jpgIf your wireless adapter driver does not support wireless auto onfiguration, you will notice the following:
- The network adapter does not appear as a wireless network adapter in Network Connections. It appears as a LAN adapter, similar to an Ethernet connection.
- The properties of the wireless connection do not have a Wireless Networks tab.
- You do not receive a Windows XP notification bar message indicating that wireless networks are available.
To get the most out of your Windows XP wireless experience, you should contact wireless adapter manufacturer to obtain the latest version of the drivers that support this XP feature.
If not, you must manually configure wireless network settings using the configuration software supplied with the wireless network adapter.

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My computer will not automatically configure my wireless connection even tho it is set to do so automatically. I have to manually tell it to look for connections each time I boot up


open wireless connections and delete the network settings completely then set it up again, you have manually disconnected from the network at some stage which is why it doesn't auto connect each time. To delete the settings you need to go into advanced settings, as you dont say which windows version you have i cant give specific instructions


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Hi, I cant connect to the internet because it says, one or more network adapters are not working or something in that nature. I use an eternet cord and it doesnt work. I hooked another computer up to the...


  1. Right click on "My Computer" on the desktop (XP) or on "Computer" on the Vista start menu and click on "Properties".
  2. Locate the "Device Manager" on the left side (Vista) or under the Hardware tab in XP.
  3. Find your Network Card under "Network Adapters" by clicking on the plus sign in front of "Network Adapters". If it's already listed and has a yellow exclamation, bypass the previous step.
  4. Right click your network card and click on "Uninstall"
  5. Once it is done, reboot your machine and Windows should reinstall the drivers automatically.
If it does not automatically install the drivers, you can find the drivers at this link. Put in the model of your desktop/laptop and choose your operating system (Vista/XP/2000)

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I just got my Asus Eee PC 1000H and the first thing I tried to do was to connect to the wireless network in my house but I don't have a wireless network icon. The wireless and bluetooth are both turned on....


Hi,
I am assuming this has windows xp on it. Go to start settings/control panel then double click wireless network setup. Go through the wizard and go from there. If you need further assistance please let me know.
Thank you,
lee

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My computer restarts itself and won't load xp anymore


This sounds like there is something such as a USB device trying to be read on startup. Once you have disconnected the USB Device from your PC, try reloading your PC again, if this doesn't work there is a problem with one of the devices, i.e. video card, network card (wireless).

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First check your wi fi switch is on in laptop.
Second also check that your wi fi network padapter found your router netwrok in my netrwork places.
Then when u cliko n connect what happen let me know please.

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Try resetting your wireless router frm the reset button on your router....After that goto -control panel-network connections-right click on wireless connection-click on repair

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Keep geeting an error message another IP address has been detected. I have a wireless router & laptop, and a desktop whcih the the main computer.


If you have Vista,
  1. Go to START > CONTROL PANEL
  2. Under Network and Internet, click VIEW NETWORK STAUTS AND TASKS
  3. On the side panel, click MANAGE NETWORK CONNECTIONS
  4. Right click your Wireless network, and click PROPERTIES
  5. Single-Click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
  6. Click Properties
  7. Write down all the infromation in case you need to type it in again later.
  8. Click "Obtain an IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically"
Sorry, but I cannot help with XP at the moment.
Good luck!

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Frequent disconnects with wrt300n


Ok for starters this wireless technology is still in it's early stages and is being tested while wireless G is still in play. Most of the time if you continue to get kicked off or get no connection at all, this is due to firewall settings. When a device connects to a router of any kind it must send and recieve a signal. Unless you have a static address on your laptop. (an IP address you placed into your wireless adapter setting) Your IP address sometimes changes, it does this when you turn off your computer, log off, etc. Sometimes when reconnecting to your wireless network the IP address changes because it is a dynamic address. A static address never changes. I have found that with some wireless technology devices if a firewall is setup with windows XP the IP address changes thereby not allowing the device to reconnect to the network or be recognized based on the IP change. I have found this alot with wireless printers, external Network storage devices, etc. Sometimes when you take down the firewall your computer will reconnect to the network. Or just go back to the basics: Right click onto the wireless icon at the bottom right near the clock. You should have an option asking you to repair, this helps most of the time.

Most common problems with having be disconnected from your network is when you have a laptop and you use it outside of home on or in another location. Any more questions I have tons of answers. I can also walk you through a network setup!

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