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@Ulquiorra - What exacly should I look for then in the router settings? And can I reach thoose settings without using a cable?
Did not really understand what I should try out with the traceroute? =)
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eh >_

The pc plugged into the tv? Ima connfuzzeled, i meant plug the pc into the router using Ethernet with nothing in-between same as you trying to connect to wireless.
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Im using my internet via cable to the tvs digital box, so that have to be the ethernet right?

I'm not sure that you can be connected to 2 network at once (having 2 different ip adress). Try unplug Ethernet cable and usb dongle, then just plug the usb key.
post #34 of 52
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no but from the router there is an internet cable to the tvs digital box smile.gif
Should I plugg a cable then from the pc to the router to gain access to the routers settings?
I did try a cable before (local lan connection?) but could not access to internet or to the router with that cable plugged in...
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@ denial. but I can access internet with all other computers here, so its just this stationary one thats having problem?
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post #36 of 52
Sorry didnt see the post on page 4 ^_^ (ill be home in round a hour so ill be able to help more when im at a windows pc)

The reason you have to be plugged into the wire is due to the way routing works, you need to be able to resolve the ip address which your wireless card is unable to do as its unable to grab a ip address from the dhcp settings

Just run traceroute when your connected to the internet from cmd line smile.gif you should get a output simmlar to (this was on linux not windows)

traceroute to deborahclerkin.co.uk (149.255.102.118), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets
1 something (192.168.0.254) 0.090 ms 0.071 ms 0.070 m

The first address is your default GW, which is usualy the address the router sits on (if im remebering right) you should then be able to get to the router.

Once in the route i guess it would be errr >_<<br /> wirelss settings>dhcp server| check this is on
wirelss settings>mac adress filtering | make sure this is empty
wirelss settings> dhcp settings | check that you havnt given youself a wrong ip


Also what prompte dit to not work or was it randomly one day pop no longer working?
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@ denial. but I can access internet with all other computers here, so its just this stationary one thats having problem?
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no but from the router there is an internet cable to the tvs digital box smile.gif
Should I plugg a cable then from the pc to the router to gain access to the routers settings?
I did try a cable before (local lan connection?) but could not access to internet or to the router with that cable plugged in...

Usually you have to plug your wire to have acces to the router config, but if your other wireless devices are working I don't see a problem with the router.

But what I meant, do you have your wire AND your usb-network adaptor connected at once?
post #38 of 52
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@ Denial: No I am not having both at the same time. No only the wireless.

@ Comps. thansk! I have to try that later, after the champions leauge, running away now, but will try it out, thanks =)
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post #39 of 52
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@ Denial: No I am not having both at the same time. No only the wireless.
@ Comps. thansk! I have to try that later, after the champions leauge, running away now, but will try it out, thanks =)

Good luck wink.gif. I'll try to find something on my own in the meantime (I had some problem like that few month ago).
post #40 of 52
quick check

Start, Connect To, Connection, Properties, Scroll Down TCP/IP and highlight, click Properties and check that Obtain DNS and IP address automatically are enabled. Jus though try that if other wireless devices are working,

And for the cable you you can use the pone that goes to the digibox smile.gif long as it goes straight to the router
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