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WEBCOM & Wi-Fi do not working

I install window vista in my laptop , compaq model no. c772tu. After this webcom (cemra) & wi-fi (wirreiess network) does not working. Please send me suitable driver for this problem.

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  • goldu Feb 24, 2009

    i have compaq v3424au model laptop....i hve problem with wi-fy network...suggest me a solution for this.....

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    webcom is noy working with vita

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Hello sir my laptop is compaq model no v3424au my laptop prblm is just start on white display... nd hang on white display..nd my laptop is not proper working... pls help me. i check my laptop near service cente...but i will not proper satisfied. This prblm is allready my laptop here.

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When attempting to set up or make network connections on a Windows computer, you may encounter a Limited Or No Connectivity error message similar to the following:
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This message can result from any of several different technical glitches or configuration problems. Follow these steps to resolve Limited Or No Connectivity errors in Windows.
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9. If your connection remains non-functional, unplug your router and connect the computer directly to your broadband modem. If this configuration is functional, contact the manufacturer of your router for additional support.
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are you trying to retrieve SECURITY codes, or just basic network settings?

your best bet is probably to log into the router, from the vista laptop, rather than looking at the settings the vista laptop is currently using...

on the vista laptop, open a webbrowser, and type in the ip address for your router.

that is PROBABLY 192.168.0.1

the username is PROBABLY admin
the password is PROBABLY "password"

from there, if you click on wireless settings, it should show you all the details you need.

did the people who set this network up for you leave any information about username, password, ip addresses, anything like that?

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