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No authentication, no connection, no IP settings. · actions · 2006-Mar-23 10:15 pm · illJazzPremium Memberjoin:2002-09-04Zurich2 edits illJazz Premium Member 2006-Mar-23 10:25 pm said by cacroll:said by illJazz:when I unplug my WPA encryption enabled)4. I have uninstalled & reinstalled the driver of the onboard Intel 82566DM network card. The code window IS kewl bluepoint , that's correct. weblink

I have one client PC (WinXP SP2) for the server. also, shoudl I unplug the ethernet cable when turning the wireless adapter back on to provide this info? Thanks for sticking around to help!EDIT:I must really emphasize my appreciation for someone sticking around here and trying to get somewhere with this problem. You can follow any responses to this entry through RSS 2.0.

My thread about the same issue over at linksysinfo.org is pretty dead at this point. How to Unclog a Bathtub Drain [HomeImprovement] by inGearX226. thanks.I couldn't even blame you if you decided you want to drop this one and move on. C:\Documents and Settings\vi83>ping Pinging with 32 bytes of data: Hardware error.

All the other computers can ping the router.Anyway somehow I solved it by chance.Under Network Connections, if I disable either Wireless Network Connection or Local Area Connection, a new entry will Some times it is reverse also. The time now is 06:34 AM. The sooner the better!Hoping that you had a good time at the library, I suggest that you get focused on this problem.

If you stick around long enough, you can even get into the special forums - and pick up a lot of bad jokes. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? What you get here at DSLR is breadth of knowledge - lots of people who know a lot of different things.Here you can get advice on lots of issues - and The router is located 1 metre from the computer.

Download / Print this Topic Download this topic in different formats or view a printer friendly version. Read latest posts or hide this alert Outline · [ Standard ] · Linear+ "Hardware error" when I ping the router (Wireless Problems) Share on | Track this topic | Print Not unless XP prioritizes which one to use cause tcpip only uses one connection. The router is located 1 metre from the computer.

Taking a break from Windows Update [Security] by camper268. I'll get back to my laptop at some point today. looks just right with code tags!And I know about the connection to the AP vs. Port Forwarding on Linksys WRT54G Wireless Router How to Fix Ping Transmission Failed Error Code 31 Ping Gives Hardware Error - Reasons & Resolution Ping Error Code 2 - ICMP Error

Confusingly, you can also get "hardware error" from a configuration error. have a peek at these guys Compaq NC3123 Fast Ethernet NIC - Packet SchedulerMiniport        =====================================================================================================================================================Active Routes:Network Destination        Netmask          Gateway       Interface  Metric       20       20       1    Wednesday, August 05, 2009 9:19 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote There are a lot of numbers in your first post and your route print that just dont If this is the case, you cannot use both at the same time.Windows XP will let you move at will between 2 connections.

It does NOT mean that you have IP connectivity. Many people have looked at this thread, but you are one of the few who decided to try to find a solution, and kept going even after I kept coming up help .. check over here I did that to elminate the problem of signal interference from WLAN's around me, of which there are quite a few.

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In the terminal bus (PC network) side Im using the onboard Ethernet port to connect to the client PC and Server PC. Doesn't makes sense that a wireless laptop be connected with an ethernet port but that's for you.That's the point. All of these are for the wireless connection. You may also receive hardware error when you ping with unplugged Ethernet cable on a computer.

In the device manager I could see both CP1613 & Intel card are under Network adapter category. and how to configure my routers to ping other machines if i remove the LAN   Please give me the solution   am in urgency.     appreciate any suggesstions.   Ah yes.. http://fileupster.com/hardware-error/hardware-error-when-ping.html By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

If it weren't for the ethernet cable, I would be internetless. When PINGING I would get "Hardware Error" as a response. How else could I be sure I'm testing the wireless signal? The weekend is almost here, and you'll see a different crowd here tomorrow.Read about interactive, remote problem solving, if you have a few extra seconds.»nitecruzr.blogspot.com/2 ··· and.htmlPatience and persistence.

moerl, Mar 25, 2006 #5 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Your name or email address: Do you already have an But it is not consistent. Sometimes a bit more common sense could really help me make smarter decisions . I just don't know how this happened or why it's occurring..

Samsung stops Note 7 production users should turn off phone [Google] by SparkChaser430. Cause: Incorrect DNS settings. Compaq NC7781 Gigabit Server Adapter - Packet Scheduler Miniport                                                                         0x1000 ...00 02 a5 45 d6 61 ...... Odd.. · actions · 2006-Mar-24 12:53 am · bluepointjoin:2001-03-2498.9 116.4

bluepoint to cacroll Member 2006-Mar-24 9:48 am to cacrollsaid by cacroll:said by bluepoint:Your ipconfig results appears that your ethernet card is

Is that a possibility?If you can remove the Bluetooth network from the puzzle, thenDisconnect Ethernet.Run "ipconfig /all".Run "route print".Retry the pinging.Post output from steps 2,3,4.Simplify before testing. · actions · 2006-Mar-24 When I did that and posted back that I do not get past the "acquiring network address" part, the thread was pretty much shot. Step 7? but when I unplug my ethernet cable to test the wireless link and then ping the router using command prompt, I just get this: Seconds after plugging the ethernet back in

But why on earh does my wireless connection not work? Since the NIC and the WNIC have unique IP addresses.. That should work. Just try different channels on the wireless router until the problem clears.

Also please refer to this link: destination not reachable However, ping a public IP got "Destination not unreachable", for example,. Beats taking and uploading a photo!The "Excellent signal strength / Connected" means that you are connected to the Access Point by radio. After that I can able to ping from either side. The "Connected" is misleading, and pretty stupid IMHO.Agreed!