Mark u gave me the solution for my trouble in LAN.. thanks for that but there's one thing i want to tell rather ask.. coz i have assigned i.p manually already... do u want to say that i.p should have been assigned by the router\hub??.....
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Re: still having problem.... with LAN
It depends on the network. If it is an office type network for example then manually setting the IP gives the system admin better control over the system.
It also makes it alot easier to track one computer down if it always has the same IP address attached to it.
For a home network, or small network then having it set automatically by the router can make it alot easier for people new to networking.
Both have benefits.. just depends on the environment it will be used in.
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The simple coms driver should be a modem or a basic lan card.
In device manager are your network cards all listed?
Is a modem listed, if there is not and you have an rj11 port on board that will be the simple comms device
As for the mass storage device, what do you gave connected to the computer. My PC occassionally had trouble recognising my printer as a printer because it had a card reading slot. I think my windows installation was not in great shape which was the cause of the issue.
Disconnect everything and see if that resolves the issue. If it does try recovering your windows installation to an earlier date. It is just a matter of systematic investigation
Hi. Sorry to hear about your problem. First thing to do is to check to see if an update from microsoft has turned on proxy settings for your browser. This is a recently common thing that happens if you let windows update install any and all updates automatically. So to check this you will need to follow these instructions:
1. Open Internet Explorer. Go up to the menu bar and click on Tools, then click on Internet Options.
2. When the window opens, click on the Connections tab at the top.
3. Then click on LAN Settings at the bottom.
4. In that window, make sure that "Use a Proxy server for your LAN" is not check marked. If it has a check mark in the box next to it, click on that box to remove the check mark.
5. Click OK to close that box, then click OK to close the Internet Options box.
6. Close then reopen Internet Explorer and type www.google.com into the address bar then hit enter.
If google comes up, then your issue is fixed. If not, reply here and we will troubleshoot further.
Hi there, possible reason for this is that windows is not successfully installed. try to run the recovery cd again and if same thing happened then there is something wrong with your recovery disk. thanks!
Depends apon the signal and how you have the computer settings some of the older computers have programs where differant places will not be picked up !
Did you check your internet options in your control panel? 1.Check your internet options and see if your lan settings have a check mark in the top box for lan atuomatic detect settings click ok then your internet should pick up ..... if you are still haveing prombelms please let me know ... Lala linda