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Re: No active network adaptors found
This is usually a driver problem. If it worked previously and just stopped, then go int the device manager, uninstall the drivers and reboot. The machine will find and reinstall them. If this is a system repair/reload or if it's never worked, then you will need to download the drivers from Dell's support site. Make sure you have the proper driver. Some Dell machines will accept a driver for the network controller and show that it's working, even though it's not, ie... a Broadcom driver with an Intel card or vice versus. If this is the case, then you will need to get the model of the wireless card and search for the drivers. You can also use driverguide.com.If this doesn't correct the problem give me more info on what's going on and what you've done and we'll go from there.
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A network adaptor is an interface device that allows your PC to communicate with other computers and the internet. There are wireless and wired adaptors.
Wireless adaptors usually connect your PC to the network through a wireless router and modem. Wired adaptors (also known as ethernet adaptors) connect your PC to another computer, a router or a modem using a cable.
>You need to ADD the adapter to the Network and Sharing Center
to do so: >Click on START >Go to CONTROL PANEL >Click on Network and Internet >Click on Network and Sharing Center >Click on ADD >Choose Manually Connect to a Network >Another window will come up >Fill out the fileds for SSID/Network Name >Authentication type whether WEP,WPA Shared, WPA Personal...etc... >Then try to detect wireless networks and connect to your Network
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Hi check in device manager is your network card seen operating system and is not disable ( you can acess it by clicking right mouse button on my copmuter icon and pick out manage).
If you need more help let me know.
These wireless dongles can take time to conect after pc starts some times they take up to 3 minutes to configure. What you could try doing is changing the brodcast type on the main modem and reconfiguring the dongle on the other pc to conect might work out faster for conection and better.
in this case first you need to check the ip address by goin on start- run - type cmd -- then type ipconfig , if its giving you a valid ip address then try to access internet and select the option that says automatically detect settings and you will find that option under -- open internet explorer then go to tools- internet option- connections - lan settings
if you are not getting any ip address then do a right click on my compuetr icon on your desktop adn go to properties-- hardware- device manager-- network adaptors - and uninstall all the adaptors and then do a right click on network adaptors and then scan for hardware changes .
and the third option is to uninstall Internet explorer 8 adn try with IE 6
As the icons have increased in size that means ur screen resolution has changed
Goto desktop right click on desktop >> Properties >> settings tab now u will find the Screen Resolution adjust it according to ur requirement and u will find ur icon size small again ( if u increase the screen resolution)
For internet settings Create a New Connection Wizard or u can check from Network Connection whether ur Local Area Network is Enable or not.
You need a TIVO wireless adaptor or a USB ethernet adaptor to connect to the internet on some models unless your model have an ethernet adaptor attached to it
From your Tivo go into the setting menu and look for network setup. Tivo will connect to the network and download the schedule.
Once you get that hooked up download Tivo Desktop from Tivo.com. There is a free version of the program. Give the software your IP address on the network for your computer if you know it and see if the software detects it on your network.
The Belkin N1 Wireless USB 2.0 Network Adapter might be choosy with what motherboard it is attached to.
Pls refer to this similar problem > http://www.fixya.com/support/t201253-not_identify_belkin_n1_wireless_usb
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things stand or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards.