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the 169 range is for when windows can not speak to anything so it assignts it itself, you need to assain yourself one in the subnet of the router, ie 192.168.1.25
to set the ip of the computer you can follow this
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/19249/how-to-assign-a-static-ip-address-in-xp-vista-or-windows-7/
for the dns and such you can either use the routers IP address (some allow this not all) or you can use 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 (googles servers)
it could be becasue you are far away but its highy doutfull as you have have to be VERY far away redface.gif

No success...



I also tried

Still no success... And I have tried to add both of these to a mac slot on the router and no success and tried without - didn't work..
This is sooo frustrating.
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is the wire being read as in on the back of the pc? (link and tx lights lit up?)


If it is try it in a different port on the router, the one you are using sat the mo may be fired
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is the wire being read as in on the back of the pc? (link and tx lights lit up?)
If it is try it in a different port on the router, the one you are using sat the mo may be fired

The wire is being read. I am using a laptop and never been lit up. I connected down stairs and works there. The wall plug up here is not dead, worked with the old router which was weaker and had a shorter range. I tried another port on the router, same story.
I have an Asus RT-N66u Dark Knight.
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Is your NIC / port dead? thinking.gif
My NIC is not dead, it works with another port down stairs. It is up here in my room the laptop won't be identified. I have changed cables and ports on the router. It worked with the old router and everything is the same except it won't be identified up here and the wallsocket works.... :/
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Is your NIC / port dead? thinking.gif
My NIC is not dead, it works with another port down stairs. It is up here in my room the laptop won't be identified. I have changed cables and ports on the router. It worked with the old router and everything is the same except it won't be identified up here and the wallsocket works.... :/


Something isn't right - if it works with your old router both wired/wireless, and you got a new router, and nothing is working with that laptop - then there is something wrong in your laptop settings. redface.gif
    
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Something isn't right - if it works with your old router both wired/wireless, and you got a new router, and nothing is working with that laptop - then there is something wrong in your laptop settings. redface.gif
I think there is something with settings from old router that is saved on the laptop that the new one won't accept.
But I also have formated my SSHD during that time... So I do not know. I had my dads desktop up here too, that one too wouldn't get identyfied either.
Can the cat5e cable have something to do with it? I think the old cable was cat5 or cat4.
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CAT5 is still fine in short/long runs on 10/100 but you want at least CAT5e for 100/1000 (Gigabit) on short to medium, if not CAT6 for everything (short and long runs).

However, the cable shouldn't matter too much unless it is severely outdated. redface.gif

Even CAT5 should get you a connection, even if it drops to 10/100 instead of 100/1000...

Try uninstalling your NIC/devices, removing any repository device driver stores for that device, then reboot, and re-install the device. Might clear it up, not sure. redface.gif
    
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CAT5 is still fine in short/long runs on 10/100 but you want at least CAT5e for 100/1000 (Gigabit) on short to medium, if not CAT6 for everything (short and long runs).
However, the cable shouldn't matter too much unless it is severely outdated. redface.gif
Even CAT5 should get you a connection, even if it drops to 10/100 instead of 100/1000...
Try uninstalling your NIC/devices, removing any repository device driver stores for that device, then reboot, and re-install the device. Might clear it up, not sure. redface.gif

Ty for the info.
Not sure if I want to uninstall my realtek gigabit, as I am not sure If I am getting it back :S I do not have the disk or anything. But I might be able to get it through asus's website. I will try tomorrow. smile.gif
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CAT5 is still fine in short/long runs on 10/100 but you want at least CAT5e for 100/1000 (Gigabit) on short to medium, if not CAT6 for everything (short and long runs).
However, the cable shouldn't matter too much unless it is severely outdated. redface.gif
Even CAT5 should get you a connection, even if it drops to 10/100 instead of 100/1000...
Try uninstalling your NIC/devices, removing any repository device driver stores for that device, then reboot, and re-install the device. Might clear it up, not sure. redface.gif
Tried now, noe success. :/
My WPA2PK-personal. Can this have anything do to with it?
post #30 of 40
Nope this for your wifi not York LAN it looks like either York wire or LAN portrait is fried im afraid
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