Wireless will not connect on my router but will connect other places
Posted 15 November 2010 - 10:44 PM
Posted 16 November 2010 - 09:57 AM
Therefore there can only be a problem with the router or the way the router is setup.
You shouldn't have to call Netgear. Any decent small local company will probably be far quicker, cheaper and on occasion more intelligent.
Posted 16 November 2010 - 12:52 PM
Firstly, this needs clarification:
Please list any changes (all those drivers in the quote, etc.) you've made since testing your wireless connection at those stores with Wi-Fi. Second, did you have any Wi-Fi connectivity poblems with the Netgear RangeMax router before you performed the restore. If the router worked flawlessly before the restore, for how long. Third, are you able to connect through a wired connection (RJ-45 cable); trying the router then trying direct to the modem. Finally, when connected to the Wi-Fi in question, please run these steps and post it in your next reply. *Note: Do not type the quotes for any of theses commands.*
I went and downloaded all the drivers from Acer.com for my model laptop although I didn't know which ones I needed so I downloaded all of them. Nothing works.
- Click on "Start" button. Click in "Start Search" box and type "cmd" then click "Enter".
- In "cmd" prompt window type: "ipconfig /all" hit "Enter".
- Paste results in your next reply
- Then run "Start" button, "Control Panel", "Network and Sharing Center".
- Then click "Diagnose and Repair" at the left side of the screen.
- Post any and all errors that it may show.
Edited by Matriculated, 16 November 2010 - 01:35 PM.
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