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I haven't uninstalled all the usb devices though . . . I've been reviewing the diagnostics above, and note some confusion. run it and save the log. I just don't get it.I've changed the channel on which the router broadcasts the wireless signal to "2". weblink

I either have some crucial service NOT running.. When the client pings the server what ip is it pinging? You also happen to be the only person who actually made any kind of constructive and helpful contribution to this thread. Featured Post Threat Intelligence Starter Resources Promoted by Recorded Future Integrating threat intelligence can be challenging, and not all companies are ready. http://www.corenetworkz.com/2009/05/ping-gives-hardware-error.html

change it again - same result. There were a couple of things to clean up (aren't there always?) but it did not affect the connection problem. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:el_boqueron2006-05-23 Beats taking and uploading a photo!The "Excellent signal strength / Connected" means that you are connected to the Access Point by radio. I just changed those names to something random to feed a false sense of anonimity/safety in sharing this information.

No authentication, no connection, no IP settings. in the United States and certain other countries. Compaq NC3123 Fast Ethernet NIC - Packet SchedulerMiniport        ======================================================================================================================================================Active Routes:Network Destination        Netmask          Gateway       Interface  Metric       20       20       1    Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We

Click it and you will have an analysis of your log. 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". But why on earh does my wireless connection not work? why not find out more Solved "Hardware error" when I ping the router Posted on 2006-05-23 Networking Protocols Wireless Networking Networking 3 Verified Solutions 16 Comments 18,055 Views Last Modified: 2013-11-29 Hi there, I have a

I have one client PC (WinXP SP2) for the server. MS TCP Loopback interface0x2 ...00 0e 35 17 5b e1 ...... If you feel the need to post the results, do this:•ipconfig /all >c:\ipconfig.txt•notepad c:\ipconfig.txtThen copy and paste from Notepad. Is there a certificate setup on the routet that might have lost config ie for example unexpected power outage?. 0 LVL 5 Overall: Level 5 Networking 2 Message Assisted Solution

More About Us... I just can't get to the bottom of this. The time now is 11:31 AM. - CSS version TechExams.Net is not sponsored by, endorsed by or affiliated with Cisco Systems, Inc. With the ethernet cable plugged out and the wireless connection "established", I guess? · actions · 2006-Mar-24 12:46 am · illJazz

illJazz Premium Member 2006-Mar-24 12:53 am Here we go:Microsoft Windows

Unplug and reconnect Ethernet cable. have a peek at these guys You can always try to recreate the hardware profile and toy with your power options. Kenny, Nov 12, 2004, in forum: Windows XP Networking Replies: 3 Views: 828 Kenny Nov 12, 2004 ping ip address vs. Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Advanced Search Forum General Off-Topic Hardware Error during Ping + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 7 of 7 Thread: Hardware Error during Ping Thread Tools

maybe worth a try. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:el_boqueron2006-06-01 The client has finally agreed to let me take the computer away for testing and i What is concerning me is that the error message is "Hardware Error" rather than just "lost package" when pinging 0 LVL 87 Overall: Level 87 Networking 15 Wireless Networking 12 It may be that the NIC isn't reactivating after going to sleep. check over here They can all ping themselves.

If you stick around long enough, you can even get into the special forums - and pick up a lot of bad jokes. DSLR, just as everywhere else, can be very slow sometimes. most of the time, hardware error msg is return when ur source device (notebook / pc) doesn't have an IP of the interface has been disabled.

What happens if you try reassociating with the AP?

If you stick around long enough, you can even get into the special forums - and pick up a lot of bad jokes. I don't give up easily. Have you looked at my profile info?? Should it not be possible to connect both at the same time?

have you tried connecting something simple, like a USB mouse? I doubt BT is the culprit. What you've done this far is great already. this content Be very persistent here. http://nitecruzr.blogspot.com/2005/05/problems-with-lsp-winsock-layer-in.html -- Cheers, Chuck, MS-MVP 2005-2007 [Windows - Networking] http://nitecruzr.blogspot.com/ Paranoia is not a problem, when it's a normal response from experience.

The strange thing about all this is here... Hi Alan,If your subnet mask is, it belongs to Class c address. I use Ethernet and WiFi on my laptop, and unplug Ethernet any time I wish. And this is my problem. >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

Ping! I either have some crucial service NOT running.. You seem to be providing diagnostics for 2 different computers - "Funky Munkee" and "The Queen Bee". Check if the Adapter is enabled.

Like you! Is it actually associating itself with the AP correctly? They have all the same property ''Link speed and duplex''=auto-detect. The "Connected" is misleading, and pretty stupid IMHO.Agreed!

If you stick around long enough, you can even get into the special forums - and pick up a lot of bad jokes. 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.   We don't have enough of those people who will just dive into a problem and try to solve it, adapting along the way to changing circumstances and rearranging strategies and thought 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

Quote Login/register to remove this advertisement. Maybe I should just try reinstalling the wireless driver. · actions · 2006-Mar-25 12:01 am ·

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That should work.