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Hi all,I'm trying to connect my Xbox One to my wireless router but it is unable to find my wireless network. Not only is it not finding mine, but it won't find any in my surrounding area ...

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I came home from work today and turned on my laptop only to find -No Connection-. A quick check in the [Network and Sharing Center], (Win 7HP), and I see all my neighbors, a new network called ...

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I have a Dell desktop with XP. I run Avast, spybot and BlueCoat. I do not have passwords on my computer, but that will change... My problem is that I think someone else is using my desktop ...

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transfer old photo slides to computer/dvd, etc by Siegi Jan 14, 2005 1:44AM PST I have the same problem with tons of old 35mm negatives.

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Reporting: 10/28/05 If a wireless network signal is available, can I use it? This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.

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To add a network, click the plus symbol (+) under the list of preferred networks. A window will then pop up prompting you to enter the name of the network manually, and to select its security type ...

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7500 series smart tv recognizes my home's wireless network, but will not connect. I have tried automatic and manual ip address inputs. I have disabled modem and router and re-powered both.

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Can't Find Task Manager - Please Help by ... It says "Administrator" and "Active", and the only two options I have are to "Disconnect" or "Log Off". I have posted a picture of this window for ...

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Help is available for problems with BookIt, student use computers or assistive technology in the Library.

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The Windows 7 Backup utility is great--unless you want to use a networked hard drive for storage. If so, you need to either upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate or find another answer. SyncBack is a free ...

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my computer says its connected to the internet but i have no access. ie, aim, slingbox all things that need internet connection do not work. ive tried all of the obvious solutions (pinging ...

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Computer can't ping a unit on the same network. by GollyGHollyP Jun 5, 2018 6:14PM PDT I'm trying to connect to a Nexia PM(DSP) that is connected via LAN to our network.

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The problem is that as I said in my initial post when I try to manually connect to the 2.4 it won't connect. My father is paranoid so our wifi networks are hidden so manually connecting is the only way to connect. But even though I have 2.4 set up on my computer it won't work. Aside from connection issues is there a reason to use 2.4 or 5 ...

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I am wondering if there is a way to set up a wireless network so that traffic to/from one IP address will be prioritized above others. I have multiple computers on my network, but one handles ...

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So this is a bit of an interesting one. I recently replaced the modem and router combination at my parents house with theTP-LINK modem. I have set this up successfully using WPA-PSK2 key and my ...

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So the answer is - turn off your home computer, log onto to the internet from the work computer, establish the VPN session and then the home computer can come back on. James 0 Votes

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7500 series smart tv recognizes my home's wireless network, but will not connect. I have tried automatic and manual ip address inputs. I have disabled modem and router and re-powered both.

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How to setup a wireless network by Merlijn Mar 10, 2005 7:26PM PST Maybe I overlooked but I don't recall seeing any of the answers mention the possible need of an ethernet-port on the ADSL modem.

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There are several unsecured wireless networks available run by the flat and I can't connect to the internet on any of them, whereas other members of the flats and my flatmates are able to.

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The account isn't free ($6.52 USD/month for a home account or $14.15 USD/month for a professional account), but it will allow you to keep more information at the ready. With the home account you ...

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The 192.168.100.1 is a standard cable modem web interface. That's so you can log in and reboot the modem without having to walk to it (depending on where it is). Here's what I'd do. Turn off DHCP ...

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Hi everyone, First, I want to say that I am a very novice to wireless network. So, those who take his/her valuable time helping me, please say a little bit more details for each step.

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Open a command prompt and run "netstat -a" without the quotes. You can also use netstat with linux, but you might want to read the man page for all the options. by rogue_tide · 11 years ago In ...

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Express VPN Best for privacy. Number of IP addresses: 30,000 Number of servers: 3,000+ 3 months free with 1-year plan

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iCloud Keychain is a service provided by Apple which allows you to store usernames and passwords, making it easier for you to log in without having to re-enter ...

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Reuse an old router to bridge devices to your wireless network. Reuse an old router to connect wired-only devices -- like your TV, DVR, or game console -- to your wireless network.

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Please somebody help me out on how to connect to internet wirelessly. I have laptop Gateway, Model 4538GZ that built in Intel pro wireless 2200 802.11g. How ca...

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Note: This requires a current student login to the network to connect. TAFE SA ICT Services do not provide support for any privately owned equipment.

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I need step by step advice on how to add a new laptop to an existing home wireless system. The computer I wish to add is an Acer Aspire 5741 series laptop with built in wireless capabilities ...

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CNet Wireless-N PicoUSB Dongle CQU-906 - network adapter overview and full product specs on CNET.

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Find out your Windows computer's name with two clicks. When you're tinkering wiith home networking or you need computer support, you'll want to know your PC's name and if it's Windows Home or Pro.

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The Wireless Gateway itself will set you back AU$399, though you may be eligible for an AU$299 rebate if you are new to BigPond wireless broadband. After that, you'll need to choose a plan.

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