CGA5722 - Boxed in "A complete wireless network ---". Box states it's a CKA 5720 Starter Kit - purchased Tescos 14/2/08.Signal Scale in Notification Tray shows red X & states "Network Disable" TV screens alongside say "Currently connected - Network 2 - Local & Internet" My laptop is connected wirelessly with key & home PC with the ethernet cable to from Lan 1 to ethernet connection on PC. Windows Home Premium on home PC & Home Basic on laptop. Both have working internet connections.
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This sounds like a hardware failure, but just in case go to your computer Control Panel-Network Connections(Network and Sharing Center for Vista and above), and check your Network adapter settings. If your Network card is not showing, you may have a driver issue, or a bad NIC (Network Interface Card). It shouldn't matter that your router says" wireless hardware not detected", because you are hardwired from the computer to the router. I would check to see if you may have turned off, or blocked Ethernet connections on your router, I would then change my Cat5 (Ethernet) cable, and finally open the desktop and change out the NIC (Network Interface Card).
It looks like your NetGear WNA3100 is dead out of the box. The software looks like it operating correctly (runs the installed diag, tries to detect, etc.), but the software isn't having any luck finding the hardware. The reason that the adapter is disabled in Device Management, is that the software seems to have correctly installed the driver, but Windows couldn't detect (plug & play) the device, so Windows didn't enable the device driver - Windows won't load a driver for a non-existent device. Other (remote) possibilities: (a) Wi-Fi adapter plugged into a bad USB port. - try another port. (b) there's a little corrosion on USB contacts of USB port or WNA3100. Try plugging adapter in and out of the port a few times (this shines up the contacts a bit). (c) there's a slight misalignment of contacts within the USB connector or either the laptop, or the WNA3100. Your fix may be returning the NetGear WNA3100 to the retailer for an exchange.
it is a modem for cable. If you want to run your laptop you need the wep or wpa encryption key that is in the wireless 802.11 b/n/g part of the modem.
on the working p.c go to 192.168.1.0 in internet browser
type in user name of admin
type in password of motorola
You can connect 2 routers to each other. But the IP address will be different for both the routers . It will be better to keep different names for the wireless network. If you keep the same name, then it doesn't mean that the signal strength will be good. Because both the routers will broadcast their own signals. If you want to increase the signal strength then you can purchase a wireless range expander. Click Here for more info about the networking
It should say Local Area Network and Wireless network (if your card is installed properly). Right click the Wireless Network and make sure it is enabled. Then click "View Available Wireless Networks" and choose your network.
If you are trying to setup a secure wireless network, that may be a completely different issue.
Correct installation of this cheap little piece of kit from Belkin might be the worst thing you ever do! If you find that Windows XP is freezing 10 times per day, just remove the wirelss adaptor and you will find that the problem disappears... The conclusion will be as obvious to you as to many other users.