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Re: system failure untimely
Could be a lot of things, please forgive the general answers but you didn?t give a lot of details.
Check the power setting/options in control panel and verify:
-the monitor is set to turn off after some time has gone by.
-that hibernation mode is off.
-Boot the PC and enter the system BIOS. Some PCs have the ability to turn on and off based on the time of day.
If none of this works then the next time it *turns off* see if any of the PC LEDs are on or flashing. Try hitting the keyboard, moving the mouse and waiting for a 5 or 10 seconds in case it?s just Windows a blank screen. If nothing try pushing the computers power button on and watch for any Windows errors indicating an improper shutdown.
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your network speed provided by your ISP is divided in certain amount of hardware or PC when you used much more PC then your network will probably goes down. I suggest you to contact your ISP ( Internet Service Provider) and upgrade your network status and speed, depend in the amount of your computers.
Seems that the wireless signal is too weak, or may be you are connecting to a wireless network of a neighbor instead of your own. Check which wireless network is the preferred one & make sure it is yours.
1. Purchase a wireless router that fits your needs and price range.
2. Follow the router's manual to set up the router and its Internet connection, which will probably require connecting a wired client to the router. Once the wireless router is set up, the wired connection is no longer necessary. However, it's best to leave the wired client connected if it's a separate computer from that on which you're going to set up WiFi. If something goes wrong, you can access the administration interface again.
3. Gather information from the setup process. In order to set up the wireless client, you will need to know the service set identifier (SSID), the Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP) key and the channel and mode.
4. Boot up the laptop and plug in the WiFi card. This will not be necessary if your laptop has an integrated WiFi card.
5. Install any drivers needed to use the WiFi card. Insert the disc that came with the WiFi card and follow the on-screen installation process. Most discs will trigger a new hardware wizard that makes installation extremely simple.
6. Double-click on the "WiFi Connection" icon. It can be found in the system tray at the bottom of the laptop screen.
7. Click on "Properties."
8. Select the "Wireless Networks" tab.
9. Use the "Add" button at the bottom of the dialog if your WiFi network isn't in the "Available Networks" section.
10. Click on "Configure" when you see your network's SSID in the "Available Networks."
11. Enter your network's SSID and WEP key.
12. Click on "Start," then choose "Connect To" and "Wireless Network Connection." Your computer should now be able to access the WiFi network. If the WiFi network is connected to the Internet, it should also be able to connect to the Internet.
Well sir make sure of one thing that you should be connected to the network you have created for your wireless.
If you are using windowsright-click on the two small computer icon located in the system tray at extreme right-hand side corner of your computer screen and then left cilck on view available networks and select the network you are using enter the password(if any) and click connect.
The message will apppear you are now connected to the network.
Open Internet Explorer page and you will be navigated to your home page automatically.
You might want to run setup and see if that is way off. If so, replace the nickel cell battery on the motherboard. That saves the setup information, date and time etc. That goes, you never know. They only cost about $4
1. Make sure that there's no FireWall enabled in your computer. 2. Try connecting another computer to the same network where your computer is connected to and then access your Yahoo mail. 3. If same problem occurs using different computer that is connected to the same network, run a path ping or trace route in the command prompt for Yahoo to see if there's a network issue.
You need to ask for assistance from a network admin to understand the result of the trace route. In the result of the trace route, if you find a "timed out" in the network, then there's a problem between Comcast and Yahoo.
# We are connect two computers together to share Internet, printer, scanner, files, and even programs
We can do it through either way:
1- Use A Crossover Cable And Two Network Cards.Two network cards are installed in two computers.Then use crossover cable to connect them.
2- Use a Phone Line and Two Special Adapters Sold as "Phone line network Kit". Two adapters are installed in two computers. Then use existing Phone line to connect them.
Connecting Two Computers Wirelessly:
1- Wi-Fi 2- Bluetooth 3- Infrared
Several types of fixtures exist for home networking:
1- Hubs 2- Switches 3- Routers
2- Computer with the internet
Before you can connect to the Internet and access the World Wide Web, you need to have certain equipment. In brief, you must have:
-A computer (preferably running an up-to-date operating system); - -A modem and access to a telephone line or a local area network (LAN) that is in turn connected to the Internet; and connection software that will allow you to establish an account with a service provider and access the Internet
Modem: This converts your digital computer information into analogue telephone signals. Phone Line: his may be your biggest expense after the equipment.
Internet Service Provider (ISP): ISP has a permanent connection to the Internet.
ADSL: a newly standardized transmission technology facilitating simultaneous use of normal telephone services, data transmission of 6 Mbit/s in the downstream and Basic-rate Access (BRA).
ADSL facilitates the simultaneous use of normal telephone services, ISDN, and high speed data transmission.
Another advantage of having an ADSL line is not missing calls while you're online, as both voice and data can be transferred at the same time.
Hi! If you are using DSL connection sometimes it needs to restart the modem before turning on the unit or PC. Ifg you're using broadband internet you need to connect to their website of the provider by entering your service account control number and of course your personal account info. before loading the web browser. you need to contact your service provider for this matter.
You may try also to check your network connection settings or internet options.This can be found in your control panel. Click your network connections then right click the local area network options then select the properties and select TCP/ IP protocol. a tool bar will come out. you should see that the automatic detect IP should be the option so that every time an internet is connected you will have an internet ready access.
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You can try to power cycle your entire network (refresh). This often happens when you have a large network.
power down ALL Computers and disconnect the desktop from the D-Link Switch.
turn off all SLAVE AP's first.
Turn off the Master AP and disconnect one end of the Ethernet.
Turn off the D-Link Switch and disconnect one end of the Ethernet.
Now, turn off your modem.
Leave them for about 10 to 15 minutes, depending on your urgency. Turn on and connect all devices in the EXACT order.
Turn on the modem. wait 2 minutes.
Turn on the D-Link Switch and wait 1 minute. Then connect the Ethernet to the MODEM.
Turn on the Master AP and wait 1 minute. Then connect the Ethernet to the D-Link Switch.
Turn ONE of the Slave AP's. Turn on your Laptop. try to connect to the Internet. If successful, Disconnect from the network on the computer and proceed to turn on the rest of the Slave AP's, Laptops, and Desktop. If its NOT successful, power on the Desktop and try to connect to the internet.
If the desktop connects to the Internet, Check your D-Link's homepage "192.168.1.1" (default) for any wrong settings. If it does not connect, check your DSL Modem's settings.
If the above does not work, post what you did the day before this happened. Probably something small might have messed with the network.