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Hi there, you should reinstall the drivers for the wireless network adopter for your Sony computer. You need to go to the website of the wireless adopter manufacturer and choose your model of adopter and download and install the drivers for the wireless adopter.Please feel free to ask me any question about this problem.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
I guess that transitioning to digital is the killer here for your modem.
Is it possible to rent a modem from them and have them configure it to work on your network, rather than owning the Ubee 3.0 modem?
I rent my modem, and had it replaced twice since 2 years ago when I got Comcast cable at my house.
Had 2 different brands, Motorola and RCA. Motorola works the best on my system, though.
I wish you luck on fixing this problem.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
Thank you for contacting Fixya. This is Anil.
I understand that you are unable to connect to Apple Airport Extreme on your Sony computer. I will be glad to help you with it.
Please follow the steps below to resolve the issue:
Apple Airport Extreme Configuration These configuration instructions are for the Apple AirPort Extreme wireless router. The screenshots below are from the Microsoft Windows AirPort Extreme configuration utility provided by Apple.
To configure your AirPort, launch the AirPort Extreme administrative interface on your computer. It will attempt to locate your AirPort using your computer's wireless network card as shown below:
If your AirPort is listed, press the 'Configure...' button and enter your password (the default is 'admin'). If you don't see your AirPort in the list of detected Airports, try to find it by pressing the 'Re-scan' button. If this fails to detect your AirPort, it will be necessary to perform the following steps:
Click on the "AirPort" tab at the top of the configuration utility:
Click on the "Internet" tab at the top of the configuration utility:
Click on the "Network" tab at the top of the configuration utility. There are numerous options that are available here and we present only one option. The option shown below will work fine for most users and will provide an extra layer of insulation between your computer and the Internet.
This is how you specify what devices can connect to your AirPort; for example, your laptop:
To add additional computers, click on the 'Add' button and fill out the following fields:
NOTE: You need to repeat these steps for any wireless network adapter that you want to grant access to. In addition, you will need to complete this process for any wired ethernet adapaters that will connect to the 'LAN' port of the AirPort
Once you have finished making changes, simply press the 'Update' button located in the lower right corner of the configuration utility. Once the configuration utility completes the update process, you may close the application.
6. Connect a Category 5 Ethernet cable to your ResNet data jack. Plug the other end into the "WAN" port on the AirPort. At this point, you should be good to go!
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Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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