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Re: help connecting to internet
what kind of internet connection you use?
check if the wire is in good condition.and also check to my network connection ifconected already and you have a recieve incoming.i can help you ok just reply thnx.
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So what kind if device is this?I'm confused but i have a solution if it's a laptop were talking about.First things first.Yes you can get a virus easily whether your computer is new or old, been on internet or not. Flash-drives , thumb-droves,drum-drives whatever you call it can carry heavy and small viruses.But i'm not here to educate you about that. Have you signed in? How strong is your wireless(if that's what you're using)?Go to to the start menu then type in this "%windir%\Network Diagnostic\xpnetdiag.exe" .Hope it helps. XD
If your telephone line may have disturbances from any electronic devices at any point then this could happen. Try moving other devices especially speakers, mobile phones and TV near the modem. Does your laptop wifi enabled one? Do you use telephone in that line? If so use a line filter with two out. could you give your laptop model no.? There is not enough details to pinpoint the problem
First check the wireless card's driver ..download it from the support site and reinstall it ..just to be sure it is installed well ..After that take a look into teh router's security settings ..It may have the access restricted by MAC address ..and in this case only the mac addresses specified have access to the network ..Another thing can be the settings in the router ...be sure t does not have a limited number of connections ..to check that ..disconnect any other device and try just with this one ..and see if it connects .. Also it may be added by mistake into exceptions on the router's firewall ..Check this too .. To make any changes or checking you have to enter the router's settings by typing its IP address into a browser of the admin computer in the network . If non of these are the cause..it my be a matter of frequency used..It may not be in the range of the laptops specs..or ..the laptop card may have a different band or so ..This can be adjusted also in the router's settings if it is capable ...
I am presuming you are referring to sending pictures over the internet. That is due to you not having a fast enough internet connection.
To have a faster internet connection, you will need to get a higher more expensive package from your internet service provider (ISP). Examples of a ISP are Verizon, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Optimum Online. Call them and they will help you through the process of getting a higher package.
One reason that you need to pay for tech support for this laptop is because of out of warranty and most of the time, you will have to pay for any technical support that you may have. I suggest that you try to make sure that the lan of this laptop is working properly by making sure that the driver is installed. Since you've tried wireless, try also the wired connection. Use ethernet cable from your router or modem to your laptop. Then try connecting to the internet.
Although you can use a USB connection, you have experienced first hand one reason why I never recommend it. Firstly, you have to install drivers for the modem itself, usually included on the install CD. However, if you just purchased an ethernet card for under $15 locally or under $8 on the web, you plug it in, and once it's installed you just go without further complications and it is faster and more reliable as well.