LAN problem

  Sheila-Jo 00:36 20 Sep 07
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Hi

I'm unable to connect to LAN as I did before. I used to click on 'Local Area Connection' to connect to the internet but now receive the message 'Connection failed'.

I'm able to connect by going into 'Device Manager' but this is longwinded.

On connection, if I try to disconnect by clicking the icon near the clock, I receive the message 'It is not possible to disable the connection at this time. This connection may be using one or more protocols that do not support Plug-and-Play, or it may have been initiated by another user or the system account.'

I therefore have to disconnect via Device Manager also.

Can anyone help me please?

Thanks in advance,

Sheilajo

  STREETWORK 07:19 20 Sep 07

If the network card is disabled it will cause this problem. check this in device manager. If its reporting to work correctly then uninstall it and reinstall the drivers. Next, check that the connection is using the network card by looking at the properties in network connections from control panel.

  Sheila-Jo 18:20 28 Sep 07

Hi

Thanks Streetwork and apologies for my late reply.

I have un- and re-installed the device and installed latest drivers but still no go.

Incidentally, the '1394 Connection' and the 'Wireless Network Connection' have the same problem also.

The only ways I can enable connections are: a) via 'Device Manager' or b) 'Network Connections/(X) Connection/Properties/Configure'

Any other ideas to fix the problem?

Thanks

Sheila-jo

  ambra4 23:58 03 Oct 07

Check the LAN card setting is correct & network setting

Network Adapter Set-up on all Computers

Click “Start”, “Settings” Network Connection

Double-click on the “Network Connection

Left-click on the “Local Area Connection” associated with your network adapter

Select “Properties” from the drop-down menu.

In the “Local Area Connection Properties” window all boxes should be ticked

Tick the box “Show Icon in Notification Area When Connected,

An Icon will appear in the task bar when you have finish the setup

Click “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” Click the “Properties” button

Select “Obtain an IP address automatically

Select “Obtain DNS server address automatically”

Do Not Change Any Other Setting

Click “OK”.

Your computer network card is now configured for use with the Modem/Router

Other Lan Card Setting

Right click on Local Area Connection Display Icon on task bar

Click Status-General-Properties

At the top of display the type of Lan card will be displayed

Click Configure-Click-Advanced Tab

Click- Flow Control-Change to Enabled if Disabled

Click-Power Management Tab

Untick if selected "Allow Computer to turn this device off to save power

  ambra4 23:59 03 Oct 07

Other Network Connection Setting

Click-Start- Setting-Network Connection-New Connection Wizard

Select-Connect to the Internet-Next

Select-Set Up My Connection Manually-Next

Select-Connect using a broadband connection that is always on

Next-Finish

  Sheila-Jo 12:36 18 Oct 07

Thanks ambra4 and apologies for my late reply.

I have tried all you said and still no go.

Any other ideas?

Sheila-jo

  Sheila-Jo 15:00 15 Feb 08

Just for the record I've fixed this now.

I did this by uninstalling a modem installed which I wasn't using any more.

Sheila-jo.

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