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    Patrick Michaels May 11, 2010

    what's a network number? IP address?

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My pc is to slow how can i make faster


  • Remove unused programs
  • Install and run antispyware software
  • Free up wasted space with Disk Cleanup tool
  • Defragment your hard disk drive
  • Disconnect unused network connections:

Click Start, and then click My Computer.
On the Tools menu, click Disconnect Network Drive.
Select the network drives that you no longer need, and then click OK.
ALSO

Click Start - Run, type in %temp% and then click OK.
Once that temp folder is open and you can view its contents, select and delete EVERYTHING that's inside it.It's all junk and is a good place for "nasties" to hide.
If a few files resist being deleted, that's normal. Leave them alone and delete EVERYTHING else.
Repeat the steps with c:\windows\temp
After you're done with both temp folders, restart the computer.
For an instant fix use PCFresher to make PC faster.

May 02, 2012 | Intel PC Desktops

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I deleted the wireless internet off my desktop. Can I get it back?


Wireless is acctually located in you Control Panel. If it was on desktop it would be just a shortcut. If you click on start, control panel and then depending are you in classic view or category view you will see icon that says network connections or internet and network connections in windows xp or network and sharing center in wondows 7 and vista. Once open you will see option for wireless connection. If you actually deleted drivers for wireless then you need your original cd with drivers to install it again. Just open the cd and install the wireless drivers.Hope this helps.

Mar 11, 2011 | Compaq Presario 5000 PC Desktop

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Internet speed problem


Hi,
Use the below steps.

1. Internet Speed Problems caused by Binding too many Agreements on Network Card
Slow internet surfing speed is a usual problem among LAN users because there are too many agreements binding on the Network Card. If a NIC is bound lots of agreements then the computer has to spend more time on identifying which agreement would transmit a certain group of data that passes it. PC users will feel uncomfortable at the moment when they are surfing the Internet. Here is a solution for this situation: a. Use a Network Card to run only PPPOE agreement to connect ADSL; this will provide the exterior connection of internet. b. Use another one to run other agreements in order to boost its performance so that the speed of internet surfing would be improved obviously.
2. Internet Speed Problems caused by Unbound TCP/IP Agreement.
Unbound TCP (Transport Control Protocol)/IP (international agreement) may be caused by reasons as follow: a. the driver of Network Card is installed incorrectly. b. There is a problem with quality of Network Card. c. PCI slot is broken. Solution for this situation: You should uninstall NIC driver in the Device Manager at first----reinstall the driver after you reboot your computer. If you still fail to improve the internet speed with this solution, please change a PCI slot for Network Card or change a new one.
3. Internet Speed Problems caused by low quality of telephone line.
If the phone line is affected by some bad extraneous factors, network device will adjust client access rate automatically and dynamically according by the quality of line and transmission distance. The Internet surfing Speed also will be affected by the export bandwidth, the website line from opponents and the device configuration if you try to visit foreign website.
4. Internet Speed Problems caused by too much installed Internet Explorer plug-ins.
Internet Explorer plug-ins would be installed or loaded on your computer automatically when you open Internet Explorer and visit website. Surfing speed of course will be slowed down by too much Internet Explorer plug-ins. It is highly recommended to use some optimization tools to optimize your speed of Internet and clean some disused Internet Explorer plug-ins to speed up Internet surfing.

Nov 10, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I have a folder on my desk top that is empty but it will not delete. Every time I delete it a new one appears.


Go to the Safe mode with networking of your computer.

( Shut down the computer --> Now switch on and keep tappin the F8 Key to get to the Windows Advance Option. --> Now select the Safe mode with networking Option --> Choose the windows and hit enter --> make sure you enter the Safe mode with networking as an Administrator. )

Now Download malwarebytes on your computer through the link below and scan your computer with that. If you find any infection remove it.

http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html

Its a Free Download.

( The folder you are clickin on and it gets created automatically when you delete is an infection )

Do the above scan and let me know if it works ...!

May 11, 2010 | PC Desktops

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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


Dec 29, 2009 | Dell Dimension™ E510 PC Desktop

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Network connection problem - need to repair "IP address"?


The first thing I would do is to try a new network cable. The cable that goes from your ATT modem to your computer. If that does not work, try downloading Winsock Fix
to a flash drive and then run it on your computer. If that does not work you need to buy and install a new network card ($25 or less) available at any office supply or computer store. If that does not work it's got to be your modem or you have a really bad virus.

Please don't forget to rate this solution.

Jun 12, 2009 | HP Compaq Presario SR1517CL (PX797AA) PC...

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In device manager Network Adaptor has yellow exclamation mark. "Windows cannot load the driver required for this device." My HP Pavillion laptop is under guarantee - was purchased Feb.2008.


Completely remove the LAN adapter and disable "Plug 'n Play OS" in the BIOS, as follows:
1) Remove the card from Device Manager, under Network Adapter
2) Delete C:\WINDOWS\INF\DRVDATA.BIN
3) Delete C:\WINDOWS\INF\DRVIDX.BIN
4) Delete the following files. Not all of them may exist.
  • C:\WINDOWS\INF\NET82557.INF
  • C:\WINDPWS\INF\NET559A9X.INF
  • C:\WINDOWS\INF\NET5579X.INF
5) Shutdown and restart the PC, and enter BIOS setup.
6) Find the option for Plug and Play BIOS, and disable it.**
7) Restart Microsoft Windows* 95 and use the Intel® installation diskette to reinstall the adapter.

Dec 14, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Ip config is not finding my ip address?


No IP address? most likely the network is diable or the network card drive is deleted.
right click on the network icon>>porperties. if you see a network icon then right click on it and enable the network, if not, then the network driver is deleted.
go to control panel>>system>>hardware device, and see if there is a (red X) on the nework card.
go to the vendors website and download the network driver.

good to go!!!!!!!!

Dec 12, 2008 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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My dell laptop will not connect to linksys 54g ,why


Let me try to solve this. Please try to see if the wireless antenna switch (physical switch) is turned on. For Vista, please click on Start-Connect to- then please select your network. If it says you are connected to the network, please click on "Open Network and Sharing Center to see if there is a red x mark between "network" and "internet". If there is none, please launch your browser (Internet Explorer) If there is, please click on that red x and see what is the message after. If it could not be identified, please contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP). If there is no problem with your ISP, please go to Start-Control Panel-Network and Internet-Internet Options-General Tab-Delete (Under Browsing History)-Delete All. After these, please try to launch your IE. You can also download the latest driver for your wireless network adapter using a different computer if the first offered solutions did not work. Please let me know if any of these works. Thank you.

Sep 30, 2008 | PC Desktops

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