I am having problems connecting to my talktalk email although it does show that i have internet connection and i can view other sites except for MSN Live account also has problems. I have reset the router but have still got the same problems.
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I faced the same issue and had to change 3 different routers of 3 other brands first of all switch off your router for 10 minutes and then change your ethernet cable (BLUE COLOR CABLE) with a new one also try changing the sides REMEMBER its a cable that connects from your MODEM to your WIRELESS ADAPTER !! and then switch on your ADAPTER (WIRELESS ROUTER) and wait for 10 last minutes :)
hope i FIXED your problem :)
When it says 'Conntected: 100Mbps" on the bottom, all it's saying is that you have a physical connection between your computer and the device it's talking to.
Now one thing you need to double check is that (I assume you have a wireless router) the router or whatever device you have connecting to your ISP modem has the correct network information. For example some ISPs will give you a static IP address that you have to manually add to your router. If TalkTalk does that, and Sky doesn't, make sure your router is automatically obtaining an IP address. This should connect you to your ISP and to the internet. Then your DELL machine should get an IP address from your router and then you should be good to go.
Let me know if you need any further assistance.
Go to Network and sharing center, then network connections, right click you your network connection and choose properties. Then choose Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) Does it say "obtain ip address automatically" ? Do the same for Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
For this its really not needed to uninstall the software
log in to the router page and look for wireless settings and get the correct ssid and wep, and set the channel to manual and select 9 or 11 channel . if its in manual the connection will be constant always
if not most of the router u will find wireless settings at the back of the router
delete the wireless profile and right click on the wireless and view the available wireless network and get connected if u r using windows to configure the wireless
if ur using the asus utility scan the network and add ur network, delete the previous profiles and wireless key's are case sensitive
It sounds like the driver for the USB network device is not loaded correctly. So, you'll need to reinstall it from scratch. Unplug everything, install the software, then reattach the usb cable to the PC.
The other thing is, did you DISABLE the network adapter that was already in your PC when you added the USB network adapter? If not, you need to do that. If they are both active but only one is connected, the system could still be trying to use the other network adapter and tying up the resources in the process.
Do you just want to add the WinVista compute to the wireless network?
You can try this steps
1. Make sure that the wireless switch is on, on the WinVista laptop.
2. At the bottom right handside of your screen where you have the time look for the two computer icon, right click it and go to connect to a network. On the screen that will pop-up you will see the wireless networks around you. Just select your network and connect to it.
Just reply to this post in case you will still have a problem.
The issue could be with the wifi connection that your wifi adapter is connected to. If your running a windows based system, go to the system tray and right click on your wifi connection symbol (SSID) and see which network your connected to. Every LAN has its own unique name of their Local area network (LAN), if its not displaying your LAN SSID name but a different SSID name then thats the problem. If thats the case, then once again right click on the wifi connection symbol in the system tray and change the wifi connection to your SSID for "view available connection". Your wifi adapter could be picking up a wifi connection in your area and you do not have access to their LAN.