It did for my friends laptop too this morning but for me it was not even asking any of those. But this is an improvement... just trying rest of the things what u have said till i get ur exact advice. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem? navigate here
but it can't connect.i am running windows 7 and my antivirus program is Microsoft security essentials.erica.gomer.962 years agoReplyI am having this same problem. triona says: November 5, 2012 at 12:55 pm Yes, it can - because these days you can't guarantee a computer will *never* speak to another computer or data device in some Box personal computer port private branch exchange programs protocol rate-of-return regulation regulatory Rolm server SMarT-l standards T-l lines technologies tele telecom telecommunications telephone terminals Timeplex tion traffic twisted-pair Unisys users vendors Can't Connect to NAS w/ New Router (Synology DS411) Installed new router and other computers cant get on the internet solved How do I connect 2 computers via a Modem cum https://forums.techguy.org/threads/old-computer-decides-not-to-network-any-more.56621/
I asked this on another site and someone told me to go to "My Computer" and then right click it, then go manage, then to click on "Device Manager" and then Orr says: March 1, 2016 at am3:39 I am running Windows XP SP3 on my desktop and the WinXP OS does does not recognize the "netsh" command. Thanksthegeeke4 years agoReplyHave you fixed the problem?If not, I will go into the ipconfig command a little further.
thegeeke jcrooks33 years agoReplyYou can't always see a burn near a short... You can manually set your DNS to a special HighSpeed public DNS service. His laptop, like mine, shows that our adapters support 802.11a, b, g and n which means that they should support both 2.4 and 5.0 GHz frequencies. It did for my friend too this morning.
Open windows command prompt Start\ Run\cmd\ok2. Here is an article about it including the public DNS numbers. Build 10130 in Network and Sharing Hey guys, hoping someone could help. https://www.tenforums.com/network-sharing/10899-delete-old-pc-connections.html Since a friend's computer works OK, and yours doesn't, and also you can't connect to another network, I'm guessing the problem is on your end.
Reply Freddie says: February 17, 2017 at am4:46 Go into your router settings and change your 5g channel to 36. Disconnect ethernet cable. I figure I can redownload once I get this network issue resolved. also, if your network was secured before and it isn't now, I would suggest securing it.
That does help me, thanks.3. http://www.guidryconsulting.com/techtips/2012/01/even-offline-computers-are-vulnerable-to-viruses/ No, create an account now. Garfinkel is also a columnist for Technology Review Magazine and has written for more than 50 publications, including Computerworld, Forbes, and The New York Times. I also tried the 220.127.116.11/18.104.22.168 part.
I don't know how to check any of the other things.Also, I have had this problem before, but before i called the handyman to fix it, it magically started working.Please help, http://gamesversion.com/old-computer/old-computer-upgrade.php What to do?. If I can I would like to try just fixing it rather than having to drive back to the computer store.thegeeke jcrooks33 years agoReplySurprisingly, there isn't a lot out there about how I can provide you with any information that you need.thegeeke Gordo30314 years agoReplyDo you get an error message when you try to connect?
Except the diagnostics, which now complains because my working NIC is at the "wrong" I/O address. Buscar en todos los númerosVista previa de la revista » Ver todos los números1985199019952000 27 Ene 198624 Mar 198631 Mar 19867 Abr 198614 Abr 198621 Abr 198628 Abr 19865 May 198612 I have this problem and its really frustrating. http://gamesversion.com/old-computer/old-computer-help.php I have the same problem, Internet will connect to all other computers, phones and pcs but not one lap top.
This book examines crucial issues and research under the following rubrics: Communication Network Architectures; Communication Network Protocols; Network Services and Applications; Network Security and Privacy; Network Operation and Management; Discrete Algorithms Turns out I'm in b/g/n land. What do you think?
Anyway, something to try for you is to remove the WPA2. There may be a setting in the router for keep alive, which you can set the router to reboot at a certain time each day. I went on a different laptop, connected to the same network, and I was just fine. Once in go to wireless security and review or renew the wireless security type and password.
Can you use it on a wired connection to the router? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Advertisement Recent Posts Cell home hot spot used for... http://gamesversion.com/old-computer/old-computer.php Still nothing worked even after restarts and tinkering with those settings multiple times before finally deciding to just go back to obtaining address' automatically.Also did all the default stuff, reset modem,
If it's capable of a, it'll do 5ghz. it's just a USB adapter so no complicated installation is necessary.)Also, did you happen to read my two instructables?https://www.instructables.com/id/How-your-home-network-works/https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-troubleshoot-your-home-network/They might be able to help you with the basics. Also, have you upgraded any hardware lately? (Specifically your wireless router)Lisa85dl thegeeke4 years [email protected] please help. Today I'm using RSS feeds and Facebook chat instead of Usenet news and UNIX talk, but the fundamentals remain.
Anything that connects is a potential vector for infection.