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Q: Win7 Wireless and Wired issues

Have Belkin wireless/wired DSL router. DSL Router to a Linksys switch to my wired ethernet system (prewired in my home as being built). PC #1 (Win7 Home Premioum 32) is hard wired to switch. PC#2 is in my office where I have a Netgear wireless router that has the PC#2 (Win7 Ultimate 64) and my Canon networked laser printer attached. Setup Homegroup in both.. cannot see PC to PC or share printer.

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A: Win7 Wireless and Wired issues

Quote: Originally Posted by counselingman88


Have Belkin wireless/wired DSL router. DSL Router to a Linksys switch to my wired ethernet system (prewired in my home as being built). PC #1 (Win7 Home Premioum 32) is hard wired to switch. PC#2 is in my office where I have a Netgear wireless router that has the PC#2 (Win7 Ultimate 64) and my Canon networked laser printer attached. Setup Homegroup in both.. cannot see PC to PC or share printer.


Let me see if I understand, your home is pre-wired with ethernet (very nice) It seems that you would only need the one wired/wireless router, with both PC's connected. Why are you using a switch and second router?

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A:Win7 Cannot join homegroup wired and wireless

try this first: make certain all computers are scychronized to the same date and time.
I know that sounds like a "given," but I had a smiliar problem in joining my workgroup.
The Win7 laptop could see the other computers but when trying to connect, it asked
for the network password & identified my computer as belonging to a domain (which
it wasn't).
I tried everything. My time was the same on all the systems. Then I noticed the Win7
system was a day off. I fixed that and walla! Win7 could not only see the other systems
but also, connect--a two week search & trying to connect, solved by the simple
thing of making sure all computers had the same time & date.
Also, you need to have the "everyone" group active, with full rights.
And user accounts with the same name and password on each system.

If those things don't work, hopefully others will answer with the answer.

Bob

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A:XP wired to wireless issues

Instead of buying and installing a Netgear PCI wireless card for that desktop, you should've bought a Linksys USB wireless adapter. The install and setup process would've been much simpler and faster. Netgear is also known to be more difficult to setup than Linksys.

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Go to Start - Run - SERVICES.MSC - OK, then expand the window so you can see the list more clearly.

Scroll down to the Wireless Zero Configuration entry.

If "Startup Type" is not set on Automatic and does not show a "Status" of Started, double-click the entry to open its properties window.

Change the startup type to Automatic, then click Apply - OK.

Close the window, then restart the computer.

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A:Serious internet connection issues, wireless and wired

Hi,

Please try this:

1. Click Start
2. In the search box, type cmd
3. In the list that appears, right-click on cmd.exe and choose Run as administrator
4. In the command window that opens, type sfc /scannow and hit enter.

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If your using rechargable batteries try regular ones.
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hi kyarb, well there are many possibilaties as to why is this not working. you said you just finished building a new desktop, so I am asuming the first thing you tried with it is to install windows 7 corrent? the first thing to check, is if it's a windows 7 spesific issue or not, I would try installing a copy of vista or xp just for testing.

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1. driver: try re-installing or updating the driver, I had a problem once with a wireless card, but when I uninstalled it and re-installed it it worked. to do that right click on computer and click on manage, then device drivers, check the network adaptors, select the adaptor, right click and select uninstall driver
2. if uninstalling/re-installing the driver didn't work, try updating the driver if you can find a newer version of the driver. goto the manufactor's site and goto the support/download section, look for the latest w7 drivers.
3. if updating the driver doesn't work, or if you can't find an updated w7 version on the manufactor's site, then try looking for a vista driver and try that, since some of the w7 drivers are still fairly new and the vista ones are more tested, most vista drivers seem to work under w7 as well, but make sure to install with vista compatability mode
4. try to see if the distance from the wireless access point or router makes a difference, usually for 802.11g it works only upto a max distance of 45 M indoors, but for 802.11a it only works for 15 M and doesn't not work through walls or doors. see if getting your PC closer to the router helps or not.
5. if nothing is helping, it's a good idea to try unsecure mode to see if it's a security related issue. goto to your router's configuration by opening a browser and typing in 192.168.1.1 ( or sometimes 192.168.0.1 ), and type in password which is usually admin/admin by default, look for the wireless security section and disable encryption. if it works after that it means there is something wrong in your security settings between the router and your PC. try different secuirty methods, for me I found the most compatable security protocol is WEP. WPA was working ok but not for my mobile, when I switched to WEP everything worked fine. if you were using 128-bit try using 64-bit and see if that works better.
6. sometimes there is intefearance between your wirless network and your cordless phone or other wireless networks in the region. since you are propably using 802.11g you are then using 2.4Ghz, and you can't change that, but you can change the chanel, either 1,6,11. I think it's 6 by default, try 11 or 1 and see if that helps. or just try powering off your cordless phone while you test. also your microwave might intefear, so if you have one near by try turning that off as well, and see if it makes a difference.
7. since you have tried two different wireless adaptos but you still have the problem, check if it's a problem with your router itself, do you have other PCs or laptops that are connected properly? if all of the above doesn't help and you don't have any other laptop or PC connected to try, see if replacing the router helps, either borrow one from your friend or just ask for a replacement to see if that helps. have you tested this router before and was it working properly in the past?

that's all I can think of, good luck troubleshooting and let us know how it goes!

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the wireless shows the name of the network, wired does not.

also, is there just anyway to reset network settings to start fresh? I don't even want to get into this homegroup thing (which I seem to have 4 of and they all have the same name, what ever happened to workgroups you could name?)

A:wireless won't see wired. wired sees wireless

Welcome to the forum Avix.

To get out of those Homegroups just leave them all by following this guide. Homegroup network only works with Windows 7 machines.
Homegroup - Leave

If you have other Op systems in your network you have to use either the Work or Public file sharing options. If you need to reset you can either use ipconfig commands or just reset the router and modem then follow the set up procedure for your router.
ipconfig - Windows Command Line Utility

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Wireless printers can be connected both by USB and wireless simultaneously. However, I have come across many that say they should but don't do so easily. Sometimes they have to be setup wireless first then USB and others vice versa..
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A:Solved: Wireless networking works but not internet; wired & wireless from other lapto

Please attach a screen shot of the Networks page (don't collapse the Radar, Connection or Signal History) of the Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector. If you need help with that see TSG Posting a Screenshot. FWIW to take screen shots with Windows 7 or Vista I prefer to use the built-in Snipping Tool.

Also show ...

Open a (black) Command Prompt window:
Hold the Windows logo key and press r; in the Run box type cmd and click on OK.

Type the following command:

IPCONFIG /ALL

[Note that there is no space between the slash and ALL.]

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter.
Paste the results in a message here.

If necessary use a text file and removable media to copy the results to a computer with internet access.
 

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Hi -

Is the system new?
Do you have an Internet Security app installed, e.g., NIS, N360, KIS, McAfee, etc. . .?

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

.

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linksys 54g wireless router, which can be used for the wired machine also.
 

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A:One Computer on Wired Network has no Internet (Win7)

Try these

ping 8.8.8.8
nslookup google.com
ping techspot.com
(1) shows packets going to google's dns
(2) shows you can convert name to ip address
(3) shows access to our site
 

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A:Laptop won't reconnect after sleep if wired Win7 computer is on

Unfortunately this is an issue shared by many, as always try a BIOS update first and let us know if that clears up your problem!

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Try and use Ubuntu to download the files from ASUS to your hard drive and then start Windows and run the setup from there

Im not positive but I think this is for your motherboard
32 bit http://www.asus.com/supportonly/P8Z77V_LX2/#support_QVL
64 bit http://www.asus.com/supportonly/P8Z77V_LX2/#support_QVL

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A:Very Odd Wired Keyboard 600 Problem -- Win7 x64 refuses install

Hello genesis.

So it is a USB keyboard the works with the laptop but not with the desktop?

Attach the keyboard with the laptop. And then follow the instructions.
Right click on "my computer" icon and click "manage" on the context menu.
It will open the "computer management" window.
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A:help networking 3 comps wired one wifi and a wired printer and a ps3 wired

lets see an ipconfig /all

------------------------------------------------------------------------
ipconfig /all
If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to paste the results into something like notepad and then copy onto a machine that can access the internet and post results here

We would like to see the results from ipconfig /all post back the results in a reply here

Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD then press Enter to open a command prompt box (A new dialogue box - black with white font, will appear on screen ):

In the command prompt window that opens, type the following command:

Note that there is a space before the /ALL, but there is NOT a space after the / in the following command.

ipconfig /all > network.txt & network.txt

It will export the results to notepad and then automatically open notepad.

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to do that:
From the notepad menu - choose Edit - Select all
all the text will be highlighted
Next
From the notepad menu - choose Edit - Copy
Now go back to the forum - reply and then right click in the reply box and paste
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A:[SOLVED] Wired connection not working in Win7 (Unidentified network)

eeek, I dont know sounds

what is you're isp I think maybe you would have to talk to them about it

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The first screenshot shows W being booted from XP as signified by XP being marked System. It must have been installed from the XP partition thus locking out C drive letter, or it would always boot as C.

The second screenshot shows C booting from System Reserved.

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You should also mark Inactive all partitions except System Reserved which is the only one booting all OS's after this operation and hence the only one which should be marked Active, period. Partition - Mark as Inactive - Windows 7 Forums

How is it you are using Enterprise which is meant for large organizations, and how it it activated when that is only done by special MAK keys administered by IT departments of organizations? If you're not entitled to use it then I would delete its partition.

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A:Wired broadband connection problem - Win7 Ult - long time to connect

Hello,

Try performing Clean Boot, see if it helps.

If not, boot on Safe Mode with Networking, see if you can replicate your issue.

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A:Wireless sees Wireless, does not see Wired

  
Quote: Originally Posted by dnelms


Still trying to get this network working right again. Everything, wired or wireless can see each other and connect to each other EXCEPT a Dell Mini 10 (w/ Windows 7 Starter). Now the Mini can see any other wireless laptop, but can't see or connect to a wired computer.

I can get the IP address on the mini and ping it from any wired computer and get a timeout. If you ping it with the computer name, it gives path not found error.

Running Windows Firewall and MSE AV. Checked all the advanced setting, tried all the IPV6 fixes, double checked all the sharing settings. VTW, the other wireless laptop (Vista Prem) can see the wired computers.

Anyone know why it would see anotehr wireless computer, but not the wired ones? I keep thinking something in Windows 7 Starter is the culprit, but that is what came on it.


Are the IP's assigned from the router? Not static IP?
Are you using homegroup?

Ken J

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Hi tukatz,

What happens if you manually try and browse to the wired machines in explorer? For instance by typing \\<IP address>\<shared folder> into the address bar in Explorer?

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A:Wired NIC Issues

Hello Gras and welcome!

All I can think of at the moment is that the motherboard drivers or BIOS may need updating for the newer card to work. I am not sure if this is one of the things you have tried. The most recent BIOS is version 0902 or a beta version 1001.

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Here is guide on how to share files in windows 7: Simple Windows 7 File Sharing: Step-By-Step Procedure

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A:Issues with wired Connection

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A:wired to wireless

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Hello,

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A:Wired to Wireless

You need something like the SMC or D-Link WAP. Here's the model that I recently ordered for a client to solve the identical issue, I haven't received them yet.

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A:Need To Go From Wireless To Wired

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A:Wired and Wireless

Even though it appears you're having the same problem, please start a new thread. It's very difficult to keep two problems straight and who's working on what in a single thread. Thanks for your cooperation.

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A:Wired to wireless

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A:Wired and Wireless

Closing dupe to: http://forums.techguy.org/windows-vista/569345-vista-tcp-ip-ports.html
 

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A:Wired vs Wireless

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A:Wired & wireless

How many ports is the hub?

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It all depends on what wired connection you are comparing with what wireless

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A:Wireless or Wired

Wired will ALWAYS be better than wireless. Wired connections are faster, more stable, more secure, and easier to configure. Wireless has one real advantage, it doesn't need wires.
 

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Howdy folks Sadly yes I m back Not-OK Wireless OK, Wired but for a completely different reason this time a rather odd one at that As of am my time i lost my ability to connect to the internet For the life of me i could not figure out what was wrong I tried reconfiguring the proxy settings checking the router settings even tried logging on with an mmo just to see if i could make a connection to the internet in case it was something wrong with firefox Nothing worked Out of desperation i went into the connection settings to see if anything unusual was going on I remembered that I had an old wireless router setup in my home network but had deactivated it a long time ago At any rate i went into the settings turned it back on and viola i Wireless OK, Wired Not-OK have access again Went back yet again and disabled the wireless and hooked back into the wired setting lost the ability to connect like before I have checked all the wiring and it doesn t appear to be a loose connection or worn out wiring I m out in the woods on this one gang could really use some advice Thanks in advance

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A:wired vs. wireless

Just a question before trying to answer: Which type of Internet connection do you have? (speed)

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I have a Netgear wireless router, is it possible to network the two computers connected to it if one is through eathernet (running mac) and the other is connected through the wireless signal (a xp home edition with a netgear wireless usb adapter)
 

A:Wireless & Wired???

No problem, as far as networking is concerned, the only difference is wireless is slower.
 

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hey guys first of all i know this may not make sence but. im gona ask anyways. i was looking at a pc with both wireless internet and and a wired connectiong going at the same time. but the internet creeps and times out. if you disable wireless it seems to work fine.

doe that make sence. with the two types enabled would they conflict.. never really heard anything about it on if it would or wouldnt but i figured id ask.
thanks
 

A:wired and wireless on pc

Are they connected to the same Internet source or different networks?

Let's see this.

Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD to open a command prompt:

In the command prompt window that opens, type type the following command:

Note that there is a space before the /ALL, but there is NOT a space after the / in the following command.

IPCONFIG /ALL

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter to copy the contents to the clipboard.
Paste the results in a message here.

If you are on a machine with no network connection, use a floppy, USB disk, or a CD-RW disk to transfer a text file with the information to allow pasting it here.
 

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Not sure if this is a dell issue or a wireless issue, but hopefully this is the best forum for posting this question. Last week I installed vista on a dell laptop and reinstalled all new drivers. If I connect the laptop via a cat6 cable the internet works fine. However I cannot seem to get the wireless portion to work again. It is turned on in the BIOS. Is there something else that I forgot to do?
 

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I have to set up a network between two offices soon to be three on a farm The question is do I go wireless or stick with wired The distance is m as the wire runs or about m as the crow flies but with no line of sight I have a telephone company coming out to lay a phone line where the wire would go and Wireless? of Wired they said they d lay the network cable at the same time for me I was going to go wired but asking about it would be possible to set Wired of Wireless? up a wireless link even without line of sight between the two using decent omni-directional antennas or if that fails directional antennas pringles tubes So my question is do I go wireless and what antenna-type kit would I need or wired in which case what grade of casing on the Cat may as well future proof wouod I need to run along the outside of buildings Thanks all Drew nbsp

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A:wireless or wired

hewittfe,

It mostly depends on what you plan to do, where you plan to have every thing (router, computers, etc.).

If you are just planning to surf the 'net then wireless will suffice. If you plan to do a lot of file transfers between computers then wired would be preferred. Routers are pretty cheap these days so I would recommend buying a wireless router since most come with 4 wired ports (Linksys even has one with 8 ports) and you can disable the wireless side until you are ready to use it.

If you plan to use laptops at all or plan to put the router in one room and have computers throughout your house, then wireless is easier (in theory since depending on the construction of your house and other wireless devices around can quickly limit the range of the wireless router).

To summarize, buy a wireless router. Run cables where you can. Use wireless when needed.

Good Luck!
 

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A few network questions ....
1. Is it better to be hard wired then wireless?? I get 300mb wireless n @ 2.4ghz and 100mb wired.I'm cunfused!!!

2.What is the advantage of duel channel 5mhz and 2.4mhz?? I get only fair coverage @5hmz and excellent coverage at 2.4mhz. I tried all the various settings Fair is the best I get.Did I waste my money??

My tv is hard wired...Any advantage to wireless @ 5 Mhz even at Fair signal? I get 125mb with a fair signal.

A:wired or wireless??

I think the consensus is that hardwiring by CAT5 is the best for HD video such as blu-ray and AVCHD. If you don't want to string the wire, then you have to live with what you get.

Look at this for a discussion of the dual channel 5 Mhz-

New 802.11n Routers: The Best Wi-Fi Yet | PCWorld

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So im wondering, should I switch to wired ethernet again?
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I am now running a 2 router setup, 1 wireless and 1 wired both linksys. They are a bit older and I need to upgrade my wireless because it does not give a strong signal and my laptop internet is slow. If I buy a new wireless N linksys will I be able to run my same set up? Or if someone can help me advise me what to do?
 

A:Wireless/Wired router

Yes it will work, just run the Linksys setup and connect it like you had the old one connected
 

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I have a DI-514 D-Link wireless router. I have a desktop wired to it and trying to get my laptop hooked up wireless-ly to it. Currently the wired works fine to the desktop and to the laptop. The router status shows that it is sending packets wirelessly and the DWL-650m adapter status shows it is sending packets. The problem is neither are listening to the other. Is there a method to test either? My OS on both is WINXP pro.
Thanks,Rich
 

A:wireless/wired question

Can you get on the internet with the laptop, but you can't browse shared files on each computer? Did you try browsing by the ip address of each computer? \\192.168.0.xxx intead of your computer name like \\Laptop?

BTW
:wave:Welcome to TechSpot:wave:
 

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