I have a DWL-G630 E runing on a Toshiba Satellite Pro-4600 Laptop with WIN2K. It has been working fine until all of a sudden (no addtional software/hardware installed) it would not link to the router. While the mouse is on the network icon (which is red crossed)I get a message saying "the network cable is unplugged". I have re-installed d-link and nothing changes. The router is also a D-link DSL-G604T. I have two other PCs with wireless and they are working properly. What can I do?
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Re: Network Cable Unplugged
This is odd as the connection icon with the cross on it refers to a wired connection and not wireless.
Right click the icon then select dissable.
Go to your wireless card in network connections and right click then connect.
Also go into your routers properties and see if it is allocating your wireless card an IP address, this should show along side your other PC's allocated IP addreses.
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There is not so much that could be done to repair a keyboard. Disassemble the laptop, check the ribbon cable connecting the keyboard to the motherboard. If the ribbon cable is loose, tighten it. If it is tight, replace the keyboard with a new one
Hello If you go to http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=DWL-G630 and click "Support Resources" you'll find instructions on how to determine which version of DWL-G630 you have got. If you then click on the link for your version you will find a link for "Drivers" and you should find all the appropriate software available for the card. Hope this helps :-)
A little confusing this, it would not say 'Network cable unplugged'
if windows was refering to your D-link wireless connection(It's wireless)
The cable unplugged should be refering to your Wired Ethernet card, so there must be no cable connected at one or other end.
You don't mention anything about what the wireless card is trying to connect to(eg Wireless modem/router or another wireless PC).
Maybe your pc is getting confused as to whether you wish to connect wirelessly or wired, as it can only work through one IP Address at a time.
i could be wrong, but you probably thought that they were working but only one was, you really need to explain why you are using both wired and wireless and what is connected to what,
Please reply and hopefully it'll get sorted