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Try to reboot BOTH devices, remove power from Both devices and reboot. I'm not sure what a ne10 is? The "aquiring network adress" is it's try to aquire the IP address. If you power everthing down it should reset everything. You question isn't very clear. I don't know what "IT' is? "when i try to connect "it" to my web cube "it" just says aquiring network adress how do i get "it" to work properly please"?
The problem you described can have multiple causes.
But one is more common:
Every device on your home network (wired or wireless) has its own IP adress. Usualy this IP adress is given automatically by the DHCP server contained in your wireless router. When a device is turned off for some time, it can receive when turned on again another IP adress than before. So, if your printer has no static IP adress (entered by yourself during printer setup), it is very likely that it has now other IP than the address known by your computer. The computer sends the print jobs to the old adress and of course, nothing is printed.
Please check in your printers proprieties the adress of the TCPIP port assigned tom it, and also check on your router's management site what clients are connected to it. The network communication between the computer and the printer can be checked by issuing a PING command from a command prompt. e.g ping 192.168.1.*** the numbers are one example of an IP adress.
Please let me know if it helped, if you need more help ask again, I'll be glad to help you to get the problem solved.
Are you using router/ Then you are using same IP adress at the same time try to change the last number on one of the unit if one is 192.168.1.5 then the other should use 192.168.1.10. Its on the LAN setting if you using static IP.
This sounds to be a compatibility issue with either the wireless software or wireless card. Check to see if there are any updated drivers for the wireless card at IBM's support site. If there aren't any or the card still doesn't work after the updated drivers are installed, then you might try a different/newer internal wireless card, or a universal external wireless card for use with your home system.
try this... connect the laptop directly to the router using a cable. get into the router interface and disable the wep security. Once it is disabled try connecting the laptop. your computer will ask you that network is not secured and ask if you want to connect anyway. just connect your laptop without the WEP key, if it connects, just go ahead and enable the security again. hope this helps.
let you router allocate the ip addresses manually by enabling DHCP and restart the router,and remove the usb adapter from the usb port and reconnect it, but when you right click on the taskbar on the little pc icons for your connection click enable WZC windows wireless Zero configuration as this will dissable the software you got with the usb adapter and hopefully make the connection more stable, but ensure you have a strong signal.