I checked my network connection details: I guess the problem is the DHCP enabled: NO Any advice could be helpful. Report Mark- Dec 12, 2014 at 09:38 PM Awesome Jess. i dont know why? Do not change that. http://brainybooks.net/vista-home/vista-home-basic-32bit-sleep-problem.html
Basic home network question-sharing printers Network file sharing,vista and windows 7...please help! Then you should see Your vista pc's on XP and XP pc's on Vista. It is > > set to automatically connect. Please contact your network administrator or Internet service provider.' August 31, 2009 Reply Thas @ 10:34 pm Hi, my laptop is Compaq Presario C700.
I am using toshiba dynabook AX/53GPKS 2008 model. But now, even if the password/passphrase is for sure correct I get the notification about "The network security code is not valid" and then something about the password needing to be When you mouse over the connection, it will display your current connection.
Check Display Characters to view characters/numbers being typed. When I see odd things like that on my Network, I know it's time to change all security settings on the router…you may want to do the same thing. I'm getting so frustrated because school is almost starting. I have made a home network with xp as main, vista on wireless laptop and an older machine starting out with 98 and then upgraded to xp.
The vista sort of sees the xp, but cannot connect to it yet even though file sharing is turned on the xp and the vista. Where is the Main Index page of the old Woody's Lounge? This I tried several different ways and all to no avail. a network adaptor that works in both xp and vista.
It's been very annoying that the Linux systems can see everything, on any system, but the Windows systems can't even see each other, never mind anything else.....without a lot of messing No issues connecting with unsecure networks. Or is there another configuration i'm missing on the first place? Both can access the internet.
They're useless. http://brainybooks.net/vista-home/vista-home-basic-back-ups.html Your advice was amazing, THANK YOU! I am having the same problem. You will now be connected to the wireless network.
January 24, 2010 Reply Tom @ 6:56 pm ok, well I thought I had some form of security on my HP running Vista, but now Im not sure. Reply Austin Tashis @ 11:56 pm > You read the wrong reply! (that was for John). I also tried every entry manually. http://brainybooks.net/vista-home/vista-home-premium-networking-help-please.html Here is short video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TKZ1FfNrCE, and here is download link http://www.maxidix.com/products/wifi-suite.
I have checked the settings on Vista for file and print sharing and it is allowed. I see what you're saying about the randomly detecting other devices on the network- mine does that aswell, kinda crazy. Researching to get a new laptop on a secured network that works just fine with two XP laptops, three Linux devices, and a Mac, I have even found suggestions that it
Regards May 13, 2014 Reply Johanna Moore @ 1:45 pm Hi I've followed these instructions and it says connected but when I click on Internet explorer it comes up with cannot All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows Vista > Windows Vista Networking > Vista & XP Home Wireless Network Connection Please Help! I don't know how to fix this someone plz help! Helpful +1 Report Jess Dec 27, 2008 at 08:45 AM sorry, I meant network protocol, not adaptor Helpful +1 Report WindowsXP-KB922120-v5-x86-ENU.exe Jan 20, 2009 at 04:03 AM get this from microsoft
The xp machine does not see any kind of network. Of course these is the VISTA print driver that came with the printer. August 17, 2014 Reply Tyler @ 8:25 am I don't have manually connect to network on my desktop July 28, 2015 Reply Raj @ 3:45 am I'm a user of lenovo navigate here Report zoolio- Nov 15, 2009 at 07:39 PM Thank you for your answer this fixed all my network problems!
thanks Ken Reply Steve @ 5:55 pm I think it's the remnant of when you had your network up before. I have a boost program that turns it off, so I just start it up again and no problems. Maybe Microsoft has finally realized that the only way to make Windows secure is to keep its users off of networks. June 2, 2011 Reply Rob @ 10:34 am RE: All those with Vista problems where the network 'Connect to' screen says 'Settings do not match' or incorrectly detects a WPA network