The router is located 1 metre from the computer. Like you! The sooner the better!Hoping that you had a good time at the library, I suggest that you get focused on this problem. I believe it does not, personally, but just to be sure, here's what what I did with nLite to my Windows setup:said by removed by nLite :Customized by nLite v1.0 RC7 http://fileupster.com/hardware-error/hardware-error-ping-windows-xp.html
If this is the case, you cannot use both at the same time. · actions · 2006-Mar-23 10:37 pm · cacrollEventually, Prozac becomes normalPremium Memberjoin:2002-07-25Martinez, CA1 edit cacroll Premium Member 2006-Mar-23 Hardware error. Hardware error. Route print5. check here
Join Date Apr 2008 Posts 4,504 12-22-200910:46 PM #7 Originally Posted by thomAZ It's a gateway laptop and I'm just getting a hardware error when pinging my gateway after waking my When Im pinging the client PC IP address from Server PC it is showing "Hardware Error". Some users report they see hardware error when they ping from a computer just after wake the system from sleep mode. All of these are for the wireless connection.
I just don't get it.I've changed the channel on which the router broadcasts the wireless signal to "2". The former we can look at together, the latter is impossible to to detect.So here:Anything you see right off the bat that doesn't look right, especially in regards to my wifi When this computer (@IP=10.2.XXX.XXX) try to ping machines with 10.1.XXX.XXX IP adresses, the following output appears: hardware error hardware error hardware error hardware error The computer who can not ping has In the device manager I could see both CP1613 & Intel card are under Network adapter category.
Can't hurt said by cacroll:And yes, I know about the command window copy and paste. It really is misleading.said by cacroll:Your code above shows your WiFi connection is getting an APIPA address. I can't seem to delete this.Anyway, if I enable both Wireless Network Connection and Local Area Connection, that Internet Gateway -> Internet Connections will disappear and "Hardware Error" will appear while But why on earh does my wireless connection not work?
The sooner the better!Hoping that you had a good time at the library, I suggest that you get focused on this problem. You should have to authenticate to the AP, using WPA (or at least WEP). A Pastafarian I see... Be more daring, more experimental/experimentative, I say.
I doubt BT is the culprit. http://www.speedguide.net/forums/showthread.php?250386-Hardware-Error-during-Ping You seem to be providing diagnostics for 2 different computers - "Funky Munkee" and "The Queen Bee". though I don't think that's possible either. Caps: Two months unlimited out of every 12 months? [ComcastXFINITY] by JJ Johnson219.
I get a reply and all. http://fileupster.com/hardware-error/hardware-error-during-ping.html IP comes from the DHCP server. Destination Host Unreachable - Reasons and Solutio... Soon I'll head out to look for the books on my list.
actual internet connectivity. 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 MS TCP Loopback interface 0x2 ...00 0b cd 23 d3c ...... check over here Subscribe to this forum Receive email notification when a new topic is posted in this forum and you are not active on the board.
I'm just super-confused by all the IP's and numbers :)This was with the ethernet cable pulled out of the laptop and the wireless connection "established". Soon I'll head out to look for the books on my list. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?
Well, unless I actually disabled the WNIC in Windows, and that's more work than pulling the cable.. · actions · 2006-Mar-23 11:04 pm · illJazz
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Unless you mean actually uninstalling BT from my system, anything's possible. So I did it your way. I was told that's a bug in WinXP SP2. Sometimes a bit more common sense could really help me make smarter decisions .
Voila!If you can tell me what's going on and help me fix it, I'd appreciate it.Most likely it's the UPnP feature on the router messing your connection up. What do you see with the wireless adapter ON?I'm glad you ask. Anyway.. Compiling a list of research on the Iran/Contra affair.
Here the results:(SNIP code display)That's after having switched the wireless adapter OFF.Another issue with pasting this as text instead of taking a screenshot is formatting.. Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. from the route print I would ask for an ipconfig /all of the machines if you can. Advertisements Latest Threads A True Story nivrip posted Oct 17, 2016 at 10:24 AM WCG Stats Monday 17 October 2016 WCG Stats posted Oct 17, 2016 at 8:00 AM Is my
Post that, inside a code window. Be very persistent here.
My thread about the same issue over at linksysinfo.org is pretty dead at this point. You get IP connectivity when the AP decides that you should be connected. Replace the NIC and check for the issue. I've been reviewing the diagnostics above, and note some confusion.
I'll get to that in a second. 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