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Re: my computer is connected but cant display any of the...
Hi Jenny, This problem sounds as though your hard drive has failed or you have lost your system boot record. Depending on the brand of laptop, at start up keep pressing the delete key or the F1 key to enter setup. check this area to see if your hard drive is recognised, if it is not shown then it has failed and will need to be replaced. If the drive is shown then you will need to run your recovery disk or XP or Vista disk in a repair mode to repair your boot file. Regards mistyman
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This exact same thing happened to me, the only way I got my laptop to work again was to reinstall the laptop's original operating system software. Follow the instructions on this website:
By doing this your macbook should work again, but all information on your harddrive will be erased including non-standard applications such as word ect...
open your connections and find your connection and reconnect. if that does not work than you could have a problem with your wireless card . but some times all you have to do is turn your server off and unplug it for a minute and it will reset . good luck
If Nothing else changed in the last 2 weeks, such as a new router, or other hardware changes, AND it just started happening, I suggest you do a "system restore" to a date BEFORE the problem started.
This should correct the problem, and if you did any updates or other software installations, you will need to re install them.
Finally, one option prior to system restoring is to turn off the wireless router (unplug it) and then wait a minute. Plug back in. Then turn on your computer. You can try this first if you haven't already..
the best the belt is download the driver to update the driver it will work. You go to start button, click on run. type restore, enter, restore your system back to previous day that u know that the wireless is functioning well. it will b ok. But this option only work on xp os system
If it doesn't work check if the drivers are installed properly.
Just got to Start , right click on My computer, click Manage. Look for Device Manager. Under device manager, you will see a list of you system driver. If you see a yellow exclamation or a question mark on the list then the driver was not installed or could be corrupted. If that's the case, you need to reinstall the drivers.
Your problem is very indicative of an assigned ip address to your wireless card. Assuming you have windows xp as your operating system. Go to start, run, type in CMD, once the dos screen appears type ipconfig and look to see what your assigned ip address is.