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When on my network (LAN) for some reason i cannot open Adobe.com it times out every time, (page cannot be diplayed). When i connect directly to my DSL modem it works every time (bypass my router).

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Sounds like your router needs to be configured. Do you know how to access it? What kind of router do you have?

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I want lan card driver for Intel MC 02


http://download.cnet.com/network-intel-r-pro/3000-2112_4-109070.html

http://download.cnet.com/driver-complete-rar/3000-2112_4-210081.html

if these driver packages aren't right

http://download.cnet.com/2000-20_4.html

on the home page you should see a search tab just type in what you are looking for

you might have to search/try a few times to get it right

IE: motherboard name ethernet drivers or lan drivers


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My pc is starting alone


Hello,
There are a couple of reasons why your computer could start by itself. The most common is called WOL (Wake on LAN). If you are on a network or have your internet modem connected directly to your network card it is possible to send a magic packet to the port which tells the PC to turn on. This is most often used for servers and other devices to bring them online so resources can be accessed. Some viruses exploit this as well.
The second thing could be a timer in your BIOS which is set to turn the PC on at a set time.
Both possibilities can be checked / disabled by turning your PC on and going into the BIOS. Most computers allow access to the BIOS by pressing the delete key or F1, F2 immediately after turning the computer on. It may even flash quickly on the screen "To enter setup / bios press....???key???". Navigate thru the menus with your arrow keys until you find network adapter or WOL (Wake on LAN) and disable it. Check for a timed power on option as well. If you would like more specific instructions please reply with your PC model and brand, or the motherboard model and brand.
If your network card is not onboard to the motherboard, but instead, a PCI or PCI-E board, you may have to open your PC case and pull out the wire going from the network card to the motherboard to disable WOL.
If you do have your computer connected directly to your internet modem, I recommend you purchase a router to act as a firewall between the internet and your PC. This will also disable WOL from the internet and stop many viruses that could be trying to exploit your PC.
I hope something I wrote here helps you come to the bottom of your issue.
Regards, Chris

Jun 02, 2011 | PC Desktops

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These days every programs have started explaining things by showing you a video clips which requires downloading through a software called adobe flash player. The process of downloading is quite time...


Adobe Flash Player is an add-on on browsers like Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. it plays a vital part in playing video clips as it is interpreting the video file to play on the browser. Also you can update to the latest version so that you will be able to watch video clips automatically. One thing that might be the cause of the slow download is your internet connection. You can ask assistance from your Internet Service Provider to check what is the speed of your Internet. You can get the latest Adobe Flash Player from Adobe.com and by clicking on the link on the right part of the page to download the latest version of Flash Player.
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Lost connection to server


If youre connected online with that game, i think the problem will most likely be on your internet connection,you can check if your internet connection is stable by pinging any website. You can try open up Windows Command Prompt if your using windows and type ping www.yahoo.com.

If youre referring to offline games and connected via network lan, you should check your LAN card if its ok by pinging your Lan address which is 127.0.0.1.

Or if your not connected on Network Lan, then you should try reinstalling the game.

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Can't enable LAN or Wireless Ntwk Connections


Hello,
I believe that all you really had to do was just unplug the router for a few seconds then reboot it and try again to connect to it. I've a few routers that for no apparent reason just go off-line wirelessly and that would fix it. You also could just check it's settings to verify it is configured correctly before rebooting it.

Formatting your hard drive was a bit in the wrong direction and a needless process.

Good Luck

Dec 04, 2008 | Dell Dimension 2350 PC Desktop

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Wireless internet not working contacted perlico and they said that lan port was not open


try pressing start, control panel, network and internet conections, network conections this should show your lan page then press on the lan you need to conect then it should be conect or bridge conections

Nov 04, 2008 | Siemens PC Desktops

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Problems connecting to internet with Vista


OPEN YOUR INTERNET PAGE AT THE TOP TOOLS THEN CONNECTIONS
CLICK LAN SETTINGS make sure you have it checked to automatically detect settings
then click setup follow instructions
restart system

second option
If you have the internet icon on your taskbar right click then click wireless connections see if any show if so highlight and click connect
if none show on left side of same page click refresh network list you may need to do this a few times then when you see a connection highlight click connect
let me know if these solutions help
THANK YOU


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Lan problem


Hi ramlance,
click the link I have posted below. This is the download page for your E-machine W3410 PC desktop.

http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=W-Series&model=W3410

Click the + sign next to Downloads. Scroll down till you see Network.
Realtek RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC Network Driver.
Click, Download (106.00 KB). File name, D00328-001-001.exe
Creat a folder on your desktop & call it Lan Driver. Save the driver into this folder. Suggest you save this web site in your Favorites. Never know when you'll need to come back here.
Run the the file D00328-001-001.exe
When finished re-start the PC even if windows does not ask you too. When windows finishes loading lets check if windows see's your network card. Click the start button & open control panel. Double click the system icon, click the hardware tab, click the device manager button. Scroll down to Network Adapters, click the + sign to open. Do you see a lan card that reads Realtek bla, bla, bla? Do you see a yellow ! point? If you do not your lan card is installed correctly.
Lets test your lan card now.
Close all opend windows. Click the start button, click run, in the window type command & press the enter key. A window will open & it will read like this:
C:\Docume~1\Your name>
type this command:
C:\Docume~1\Your name>ping www.yahoo.com
There is 1 space between g & the first w
Press the enter key.
This is what your PC will list after you press enter:

Pinging www.yahoo-ht3.akadns.net [69.147.11.210] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 69.147.114.210: bytes=32 time=22ms TTL=50
Reply from 69.147.114.210: bytes=32 time=23ms TTL=50
Reply from 69.147.114.210: bytes=32 time=22ms TTL=50
Reply from 69.147.114.210: bytes=32 time=21ms TTL=50

Ping statistics for 69.147.114.210:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 <0% loss>

There is a wee bit more but we do not need it. If you see the above your network card is hualing ****.
Type the word exit & press enter to leave this window & return to windows.

If you see the word failed than there is could be a problem with your network card.
Suggest you make sure your connection from your DSL or cable box is running correctly. Each has a reset button on the back side of their box. Shut down your PC. Unplug the power from the DSL or Cable box. Using a pen press the reset button & hold for about 10 seconds. Plug the power cord back in & start your PC.
Try the command key again. If this still says Failed than you may need to buy a PCI lan card & install it into the PC.
The odds of two lan cards not working is not likely.
This is what must be done to prove your ISP is full of s***!

I hope this has helped you.
If you have another question feel free to ask.
Just in case you need a lan card I'll post a link for one.
http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDetail.jsp?ProductCode=252202
&
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=32195&CatId=587

Good Luck & Kind Regards.

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Zyxl P660 HW can not connect 1 pc wireless and 1 cabled at the same time. only 1 at a time


hi Bradius,

I suggest you update your P660 gateway's firmware to the latest version, seeing as how the latest firmware has the latest driver for the P660 wireless module. The new firmware can be downloaded at
http://www.zyxel.com/web/support_download_list.php?indexflag=20040906164737&ModelIndexflags=0,420041221102511,420041221102520,420050117110858,420050117110916,420050117110934,420050831093216,420050831095441,420060420160946,420060816160116

After updating the firmware of your gateway, I suggest you update your PC's wireless network adapter's driver to the latest version (if you can supply me with the make and model I'll be happy to direct you to the site where you can download the driver).

If you still have problems connecting the PCs after you have updated as per above guidelines, I suggest looking into how to map the gateway's LAN port 1 and wireless LAN port to PVC (Private Virtual Connection) 1at
http://www.zyxel.com/web/support_knowledgebase_detail.php?KnowledgeBaseID=4805&pid=20040812093058

I hope you find this information helpful in solving the problem.
Please take the time to rate this solution.
Kind regards and thanks for using the FixYa service.

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