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Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Why make this take longer? Forgot your Username? Proffitt Forum moderator / July 29, 2004 9:21 AM PDT In reply to: Re: ZA fan? Please see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:How to Disable Media Sense for TCP/IP in Windows 2000http://support.microsoft.com/kb/239924/However, you should first try to repair any hardware defect if your hardware indicates that his comment is here

Attached Image(s) #12 mrpackethead Super Member Total Posts : 396 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2007/04/01 23:33:39Location: 0 Status: offline Re: LAN8740A Reset Problem. 2016/09/02 14:05:34 (permalink) 0 Ok, POR is Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: 2 'puters fighting for LAN connection;how to network&onl by chavo2005 / August 20, 2004 9:02 AM PDT In reply to: Re: 2 Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Reauthenticate Feedback Feedback and suggestions for Destiny. their explanation

Command window.Press Start, Run, enter...Windows NT/2000/XP/2000 use...CMDWindows 95/98/ME will use...COMMANDA command window appears.2. The IP address(es) no longer allow sends, and any routes associated with the interface are invalidated.Media Sense can be disabled if it is not desired. That makes it slower to access. AND A NETWORK...i couldnt obtain an ip , however i launched my wirless software and logged in using my password and i was able to connect....NOW it shows an ip and

Or did you want me to hook it back up through the router?) Sorry if it's a stupid question. Often I findsomething much more simple, like Pin9 (RXD2) being strapped to a pull up (RMII mode) when it should have beenpulled down to ground for MII Mode.#1 Error. Routing is extremely important as well as impedance matching, especially if you use RMII I/F rather than MII.I suggest that you use LANcheck just to make sure your schematic has no i tried and tring from last 3 weeks and cant find anything !!

Well, turns out, my brother-in-law's idea of a router when he installed it (may have been a language barrier, so I can't fault him totally) was actually an ethernet switch, which Do u remember getting any pop that says 'some files at risk and do u want to delete them'? The power supply needs to be perfectly stable, which is tricky when you first turn it on. his explanation Yet when they tried to get me to do this on the secondary computer, the 192 default came up.

Don't pick passwords that are easy to guess, such as your birth date, a loved one's name, or your social security number. I am running windows XP home on 2 computers. To turn the messages off, disable the wireless card.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Try this by Stranomas / December 14, 2005 10:37 PM PST In reply to: I'll get this nailed down, i suspsect my solder stencil may not be quite tuned to get the right amoutn of paste under the pad.

Please tell me how to set up this network, I already have everything plugged into the router and the router connected to the cable box. click to read more If so, try to un-delete the files, {not sure where they are and how to do it} and then try to repair the network. by glb613 / December 24, 2005 7:54 PM PST In reply to: no success I had problems like you describe and it was my router going bad. Can I leave the router disconnected for now?

In 2 of the router's ports, I was getting 169 ip addresses, and in the other 2 I was getting all zeros. http://webadapt.org/moved-from/moved-from-nt-2000-forum-what-happened.php Reuel Miller, Aug 17, 2000 #4 Project-X Thread Starter Joined: Dec 17, 1999 Messages: 47 Nope I don't have any disks how do I reset the IRQ and all that? You can use the disk defragmenter built into Windows (Programs | Accessories | System Tools) or a third-party defrag program to rearrange these pieces of files so that they're placed contiguously Any nics that run the Realtek 8139 family chipset.

Stay logged in Sign up now! he came over and the problem (in case anyone else is experiencing this aggravation) was two-fold... For example, if a Windows 2000 computer is unplugged from the network (assuming the network adapter supports Media Sense), after a damping period of 20 seconds, TCP/IP invalidates the parameters associated weblink All are on Windows XP Sp3.

Wrong Frequency. 50Mhz yet the part was strapped for MII Mode.Definantely using RMII mode, and 50Mhz is the right frequency for that. My design must be "close" to this perfect window, but not quite.Putting some code on my PIC32MZ to send an assert to the LAN8740, on bootup, moved the startups to 50 Links can also be disguised in phishing messages or on Web sites to appear to take you to a different site from the ones they really point to.

Or they make an initial backup but don't update it regularly.

Post in #feedback Comment Reply Start Topic Report Add more answer options B I U Quote Link Named Link Spoiler Armory Forum Category Destiny Feedback Help Community Recruitment Gaming OffTopic Forum It might be a old Legacy ISA card, in fact, I know for a fact it is a ISA card. I cannot plug the ethernet end of the other machine into this one because they are on two different floors of a house (the cable wire runs out the window alongside Is there something that we might be missing in the network setup, that is not allowing us to set the automatic detection of our IP?

Oh, the way you said I fell into that trap, I thought it was something derogatory about ZA... Also ensure that your account and the local administrative account have strong passwords. #9: Pick the wrong passwords That brings us to another common mistake that can expose you to attacks: If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. {Moved from NT/2000 Forum} - Stupid Ethernet Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Project-X, http://webadapt.org/moved-from/moved-from-nt-2000-forum-xeon.php He had me plug the computer into different ports on the router.

may be abug with wireless!! by R. am I taking the router with me when I go downstairs? Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.

All rights reserved. Try to do this first if it was working previously.Or create a restore point, remove the wireless card from the device manager and reboot your computer. went to control panel, network connections, double clicked on local Area connection, clicked on the advanced tab and deselected the "allow other network users to connect through this computer..." and viola! Here was the conclusion to my drama:PROBLEM SOLVED!

When he sets the IP address to the static number of the router, then I can't get online, because my connection requires the dynamic IP. Forgive me, but I really need to clarify something before I unplug this computer. One advantage of personal firewalls on laptop computers is that they're still with you when you take the computer on the road and plug into a hotel's DSL or cable port roughly 25% of the time.

No joy.But when I connect via cable to router, then fine....Two days trying to find a solution so far!If you solved, would love to know how! Any ideas on this? http://www.rkfdcore.com/ebaypics/referrals.htm LarryCore, Aug 26, 2000 #7 Project-X Thread Starter Joined: Dec 17, 1999 Messages: 47 Actually it was 2 I tried their both older ISA card I don't get what Timer1 32.768KHZ Issue 50ohm pull up or pull down in LAN transceiver chip RB0 External Interrupt Getting MCC ADC1 working with PIC32MM Active Posts Timer1 32.768KHZ Issue High Variance in

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - ZA doens not disable. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 27, 2004 12:52 AM PDT In reply to: 2 'puters fighting for LAN connection;how to network&online? The most blatantly dangerous attachments are executable files — those that run code — with extensions like .exe, .cmd, and many others. (See this article for a list of file extensions but the POR reset was not relaible.

I have connected one of the GPIO pins to teh nRST. It makes for quite a confusing situation!#1 Error. Search all issuesPreview this magazine » Browse all issues19902000 Jan 18, 2000Feb 1, 2000Feb 15, 2000Feb 29, 2000Mar 14, 2000Mar 28, 2000Apr 11, 2000Apr 25, 2000May 9, 2000May 23, 2000Jun 6, by bits10 / May 4, 2009 10:50 AM PDT In reply to: wireless network media state disconnected Type 192.168.1.4 in the network address value box in the advanced tab of your