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Re: D link wireless router problem.
You can try this. turn off the router and the modem. Leave them off for a minute. Then turn on the modem first, wait for the lights to stabilize and then turn on the router. this will reboot your network. This will make the router and the modem synchronize again.
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Make sure that the wifi security that you used on your router matches that of the security you are trying to setup on your new Windows 7 Ultimate box. If the security doesn't match up, it will tell you that your passwords don't match as well.
1. check connection by 1st pinging the network card That is go to the dos window and type " ping 127.0.0.1 you should get 4 replies. if not then you need to check the driver set for you network card. 2. check the ether net cord with a know good one 3. reset the router by unplugging it and reboot the pc 4.Call your ISP to check for outages 5. check the power adapter it may be faulty.
Check what is the ipaddress,tried to shut down the laptop and drain flea power.Then check if the laptop can detect wireless connection. Then ping website in command prompt.Try ipconfig /release and then ipconfig /renew. Try connecting wired internet connection to check if issue with operating system or browser or wireless connectivity.
hi. with regards to your concern. there is a possibility that the wireless network adapter driver is corrupted.. try uninstalling the driver for your wireless adapter and reinstall again. once setup is done, view the available wireless connection and connect.. it will ask u the password if there is..then it will connect. if this solution dont work.. try to check your wireless settings, maybe there is a problem on the settings..
With regard to power cuts, i highly suggests you to buy a UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply) to prevent further damage to your router. You can simply reconfigure the wireless settings of the router by accessing the router's Setup Page. Go to http://192.168.1.1, go to wireless tab and you can change the network name as well as enable the wireless security.
The wired nic in your laptop will have a separate ip address than your wireless nic. I suspect you either have the router not set to hand out ip addresses, the info it is handing out is wrong, or you may have a static ip set. Did you ever have the laptop working on the wired nic?
Try disabling the wireless connection, plug up the cat 5 cable, open a dos prompt and type;
Notice the information. Now unplug the cable, enable the wireless connection and do the same for the wireless nic. The ip address should be different, but everything else should be the same. Let me know what you find.
Check ip address of your pc. Go to DOS Prompt, type ipconfig then click enter. Look for DEFAULT GATEWAY(that will be your router ip address). Open your browser and type the default gateway on the address field(example: 192.168.1.1). That will take you to your router page. You can set up security there.