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Soon I'll head out to look for the books on my list. Ah yes.. Route print5. My thread about the same issue over at linksysinfo.org is pretty dead at this point. weblink

also, shoudl I unplug the ethernet cable when turning the wireless adapter back on to provide this info? Tuesday, November 13, 2007 5:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I found this article in google because I got stunk in the same problem.A probably reson maybe Like you! Be more daring, more experimental/experimentative, I say. http://www.corenetworkz.com/2009/05/ping-gives-hardware-error.html

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 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. They can all ping themselves. I've been reviewing the diagnostics above, and note some confusion.

I either have some crucial service NOT running.. Does it work then? Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Networking > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick

It will be disabled and cannot be enabled. I just don't know how this happened or why it's occurring.. I just can't pinpoint the problem How do you want the route print done? Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

Compiling a list of research on the Iran/Contra affair. I'd start by checking for LSP / Winsock corruption. After that I can able to ping from either side. As I said, I'll get to it ASAP.

Default gateway 170.25.11.140 for primary lan machine Default gateway 170.25.12.140 for secondary lan machine   if i disable the primary lan of (170.25.1.1) this machine manually by right clicking the network http://www.networking-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=10397 Register Help Remember Me? you know you can right-click inside the command prompt, select "mark" and then mark any text inside the command prompt window? What kind of PLC is it?

The strange thing about all this is here...(SNIP typical WiFi client popup saying Excellent Signal / Connected)All of these are for the wireless connection. have a peek at these guys It may be that the NIC isn't reactivating after going to sleep. I just don't get it.What do you get from "ipconfig /all" when connected to Ethernet? 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

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 monaro Feb 6 2007, 03:25 AM Show posts by this member only | Post #6 Getting Started Group: Junior Member Posts: 129 Joined: Nov 2005

Turn off the Quote jrmeulemans Member Join Date May 2008 Location Lynchburg, VA Posts 73 Certifications A+, Net+, Sec+, MCITP:EST, 83-640, ITIL 2011 Foundation 12-21-200905:09 PM #5 What is the error you are check over here IP comes from the DHCP server.

Realtek RTL8169/8110 Family Gigabit Ethernet NIC - Packet SchedulerMiniport0x30005 ...00 10 60 a5 7b 74 ...... And you don't have to create any files Well, the screenshot still looks nicer in general, because it's the real deal.. But the Notepad copy and paste is cleaner, looks nicer, and with the command recall keys, I can do Notepad almost as fast as you can take a screenshot.

As others have suggested, you should update the BIOS and drivers.

I'm still at the library. Next Speed Upgrade Rumor - 50Mbps upload [OptimumOnline] by radioguinea259. But why on earh does my wireless connection not work? I've already ping the router (read my previous post).

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 get IP connectivity when the AP decides that you should be connected. When Im pinging the client PC IP address from Server PC it is showing "Hardware Error". this content sirprotos Feb 8 2007, 08:49 AM Show posts by this member only | Post #8 New Member Group: Junior Member Posts: 30 Joined: May 2005 From: Putrajaya

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When I test for wireless connectivity I pull the ethernet cable out of the laptop. So why the hardware error?Could it be the Bluetooth adapter?Let's look at the route table. Anyway.. When the client pings the server what ip is it pinging?

It's just that I was under the impression that the "details" window on the WLAN connection showed an actual IP and everything. However, I'm aware of this. I'll get back to my laptop at some point today. When I did that and posted back that I do not get past the "acquiring network address" part, the thread was pretty much shot.

I imagine it's not going to be much different.. But you're right.. Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection - Packet Scheduler Miniport0x3 ...00 90 f5 3a 18 2f ...... If I open it and look at it's settings and services, it will show MsnMsgr (192.168.25.61:14018) 22511 UDP.

You get a hardware error if it hasn't connected. see if you get a hardware error. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? MS TCP Loopback interface                                                         0x2 ...00 0b cd 23 d3c ......

It's just that I was under the impression that the "details" window on the WLAN connection showed an actual IP and everything.Well, I just looked at my laptop, and the WiFi You should have to authenticate to the AP, using WPA (or at least WEP).