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If you only unplugged the power cord at the router end you can try unplugging at the outlet end. Sometimes the AC adapters have a breaker that resets after being removed from power for a little while. You can also try plugging the adapter into another outlet that you know is working because no lights at all just means the router is not receiving power. If all of that fails you may need to have it repaired or replaced. Good luck
Here's what you can do Sometimes you can simply right-click the computer icon in the task bar near the clock of your XP desktop (If this icon is present). This will go through a process of resetting your IP address.
But if you do not have this option, you can go to START>RUN and type cmd. At the command line type ipconfig /release (or winipcfg /release in earlier versions of Windows). Then hit ENTER. Next, type ipconfig /renew and you should get a new IP address from the router.
If this doesn't work, renew the IP address. You will have to nullify the IP address on the PC, then shut the computer down. Next, unplug the cable modem for a couple of minutes, then plug it back in again. Once all of the modem lights are green, power up the PC again. It should automatically renew its IP at boot.
Unplug the router, then plug it back in AFTER you plug in the modem, but before you power up the PC. The router will need to supply the PC with a new IP address. Good luck, hope this helps or gives you something to try.
Only if you've got an HDMI output on your computer. Some computers with
higher quality video cards, or just newer ones will have a DVI output
for a monitor. You can get a DVI to HDMI cable that will then be able
to connect the two.
As others have said, if you have a video card with DVI output, you can get the video to the TV using a DVI to HDMI cable.
But no one mentioned anything about audio. DVI can not carry audio, so
you'll need to send audio from the computer to the TV (or receiver).
Some TVs have audio inputs associated to one (or more) HDMI ports for
use with devices that have DVI, but not HDMI. My Sharp LCD has two HDMI
ports, one with separate audio inputs, one without.
Please try the following to resolved that issue:
1. Try a different S-Video cable.
2. Try a different Television.
***note: the above steps will identify if the issue is caused by your Television or S-video cable. If issue still persist contact your computer vendor.
Regarding audio sound, S-Video cable is capable to carry video signal and in order to have audio signal please connect an audio input cable (it can be an RCA cable or depending on your television) to the television from the audio output of your computer. In some reason you need to have an adapter for the audio cables because majority of computer audio output jack is like a headphone input jack.
the only thing that connects the printer to the internet fault is the fact that the printer and your belkin are both usb connected.
If you are using a laptop then it could be a usb power problem and the motherboard is disconnecting the belkin adapter for some reason, the only one i can think of is a power problem.
The same can apply to a desktop pc if there is a usb problem
Firsly i assume you are using the belkin software to connect the usb adapter to the router, so on your taskbar on the right there is normally the little aerial type icon for the belkin adapter and a little pc screen showing the connection also, if you right click on one of theses icons you should get a line reading 'enable windows WZC', if you do get the option enable it and try using the windows connection software instead of the belkin as it may stop the disconnecting.
Also ensure that when you installed the software to your printer your firewall and antivirus was dissabled as certain elements to the driver may not have been installed.
Lasly, try using different usb ports if you have spare ones, with both the printer and the adapter as sometimes the chip on the board may be instructing the usb ports incorrectly as to which is required first, as windows asks for certain things eg input/output ports to be used first,in other words the IRQ (interupt request) may be causing the problem.