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I started a continuous Thread Tools Search this Thread 03-20-2010, 08:39 PM #1 ruckamuck Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2010 Posts: 1 OS: xp I have a It does NOT mean that you have IP connectivity. from the route print I would ask for an ipconfig /all of the machines if you can. Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. weblink

Beats taking and uploading a photo!The "Excellent signal strength / Connected" means that you are connected to the Access Point by radio. The formatting, (spacing/tabs etc.), is retained perfectly when you select in the command prompt window directly and paste from there. Bhd. |---- Compuzone |---- Cycom Sales & Service |---- Inter-Asia (Edifier, Noctua, Bitfenix, Silverstone, Seasonic, Box2s, Doss, Filco) |---- Gadget Zone |---- Winchance |---- JACtech Advance Computer Services |---- TECH Computer Pennsylvania, US Posts: 51,044 OS: Windows 7, XP-Pro, Vista, Linux My System Well, it would appear to be a problem with the router. http://www.corenetworkz.com/2009/05/ping-gives-hardware-error.html

Just to make sure Wow!A picture sure is worth a thousand words. What do you see with the wireless adapter ON?And yes, I know about the command window copy and paste. I'm still at the library. Get the crispest, clearest audio powered by Dolby Voice in every meeting.

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. All of these are for the wireless connection. Even a text picture.So you ARE getting IP from the WiFi. Compaq NC3123 Fast Ethernet NIC - Packet SchedulerMiniport        ======================================================================================================================================================Active Routes:Network Destination        Netmask          Gateway       Interface  Metric       20       20       1   

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perhaps the server is sending the data out the wrong card. 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 just don't get it.I've changed the channel on which the router broadcasts the wireless signal to "2". I don't get it!

Be more daring, more experimental/experimentative, I say. You should have to authenticate to the AP, using WPA (or at least WEP). Connect with a cable and everything is perfect (apart from 30 feet of cable crossing the office floor) I must admit to being stumped. The OS is XP Professional.

If you stick around long enough, you can even get into the special forums - and pick up a lot of bad jokes. have a peek at these guys Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. However, I will allocate points and close the question if it is causing problems administratively. 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

Post that, inside a code window. 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 Both your interfaces are quering for a UPnP gateway service and for some reason windows won't allow more than 1 of them (because it's the same). check over here So I did it your way.

Ping router6. Does not matter .. I'll get back to my laptop at some point today.

Do wireless NICs automatically switch to the correct channel when they find a connection?

All 3 of the cards work fine on the other computers. The first was a Dell, that came with the computer. The Server PC has two Siemens network cards CP1613 for redundancy to communicate with PLC. It will be disabled and cannot be enabled.

Before you go shopping, I'd check and make sure the power and other cables are securely connected. It is currently working with its cable connection and he does not want to be without the computer 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:el_boqueron2006-07-08 Sorry, this Let's say you have an IP mask of (i.e. this content though I don't think that's possible either.

just check out the second half or so of this thread and the related one here.Whereas at first the problem seemed to be with the router, I am now, after flashing If this is the case, you cannot use both at the same time.Windows XP will let you move at will between 2 connections. And I still have the mysterious "hardware error" on pinging the router.Why is it that whenever I have a problem of technological nature, it seems to be so obscure and uncommon I use Ethernet and WiFi on my laptop, and unplug Ethernet any time I wish.

Some times it is reverse also. MS TCP Loopback interface                                                         0x2 ...00 0b cd 6b 47 ca ...... Windows is telling me everything is fine, essentially! When I test for wireless connectivity I pull the ethernet cable out of the laptop.

Hardware error. It will be disabled and cannot be enabled. People just click the threads they think they know something about. I'll get to that in a second.

What happens if you try reassociating with the AP?