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I just can't get to the bottom of this. but then a few days ago it worked just fine. Wireless works again, but I still cannot connect to my own router. this will add false DHCP info to you computer as it is trying to access the net via the lan adapter all the time. weblink

moerl Network Guru Member I'm on quite an adventure here.. I just changed those names to something random to feed a false sense of anonimity/safety in sharing this information. Originally Posted by thomAZ I think it might be some driver compatibility issue... It was so fresh I didn't even have display drivers, audio drivers or anything installed.

Maybe I should just try reinstalling the wireless driver. · actions · 2006-Mar-25 12:01 am ·

Forums → Broadband and Networking → Wireless Networking« sharing a wifi connection • (topic Well, unless acquiring a network address is supposed to take hours... You seem to be providing diagnostics for 2 different computers - "Funky Munkee" and "The Queen Bee". The only way I can connect to my own router, (and I have not tried this yet since loading the new disk image), is to use Windows' native wireless manager.

All of these are for the wireless connection. I use WPA encryption on my router, with Thibor 14 as I said, and the router is working flawlessly. The Server PC has two Siemens network cards CP1613 for redundancy to communicate with PLC. Windows XP will set this up for you, and you can adjust your route table to do this manually on any other OS.

After you let go of the mouse button, the selection is copied to the clipboard and ready for pasting. · actions · 2006-Mar-23 10:25 pm · cacrollEventually, Prozac becomes normalPremium Memberjoin:2002-07-25Martinez, After reboot again Im getting the Hardware error during pinging. No, create an account now. dont use the lan cable at all.

All other trademarks, including those of Microsoft, CompTIA, Juniper ISC(2), and CWNP are trademarks of their respective owners. Powered by vBulletin Version 4Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. What's it got to do with anything? The former we can look at together, the latter is impossible to to detect.Anything you see right off the bat that doesn't look right, especially in regards to my wifi problem?Dude,That 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..

I either have some crucial service NOT running.. http://www.speedguide.net/forums/showthread.php?250386-Hardware-Error-during-Ping Sometimes a bit more common sense could really help me make smarter decisions . but if i ping LANB (which is plugged) related machines it is pinging.   To ping the LANA related machines eventhough after removing the LANA what i have to do?   Replace the NIC and check for the issue.

or the wireless driver is corrupt without the system knowing. http://fileupster.com/hardware-error/hardware-error-during-ping.html It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). More About Us... Hi Alan,If your subnet mask is 255.255.255.0, it belongs to Class c address.

I doubt BT is the culprit. That way I wanted to make sure I'm dumping all sorts of factors out of the problem equation.. The one and only advice I got in that thread was to try to "reconnect the wireless link without the ethernet cable in place" or something along those lines. check over here And in the meantime I flashed my router's firmware to 3rd party firmware too.

Taking a break from Windows Update [Security] by camper268. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. PING: transmit failed, error code 65 - ZoneAlarm e...

It may be that the NIC isn't reactivating after going to sleep.

The sooner the better!Hoping that you had a good time at the library, I suggest that you get focused on this problem. You get IP connectivity when the AP decides that you should be connected. The "Connected" is misleading, and pretty stupid IMHO.Your code above shows your WiFi connection is getting an APIPA address. Still, I have this problem even with open/unsecured wifi networks I tried to connect to just for testing purposes.EDIT:BTW..

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Can't hurt said by cacroll:And yes, I know about the command window copy and paste. C:\Documents and Settings\vi83>ping 4.2.2.2 Pinging 4.2.2.2 with 32 bytes of data: Hardware error. this content The code window IS kewl bluepoint , that's correct.

Which computer were you doing the pinging from? I'm still at the library. Do "route print" to see what it should look like, then get it into a code window however it works for you. (I have shortcuts attached to my Start menu for Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by moerl, Mar 23, 2006.

What do you see with the wireless adapter ON?I'm glad you ask. Hats off, kudos, thank you's, flowers, applause... The strange thing about all this is here... You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others.

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