Hmm... ok... this is what I found, I hope this article may help you a bit, and I think it will...Shadow R One said:nope
What did you just changed this time?Shadow R One said:When I try to access the network I get an error telling me that the network is not started... WTF does that mean?
Yeah I know, I hate it too, especially the network one. I've seen so many problems caused by that stupid wizard. Most people has run this wizard when they first installed XP, cause it will come out automatically, but it's really sucks and make things even worst.ImagineParadise said:xp wizards??!?!? lol booooooo
Shadow R One said:Fook no:cryin I did what you said except that I couldnot remoce the tcp/ip on my computer. I reinstalled the other ones and nothing... Now my computer wont even access the net...nothing
It just sits there and taunts me. And to make things better I cant access my computer with my wifes
Atleast the wife's computer can access the net...
No no, don't have to reinstall everthing.Shadow R One said:Right now my computer dont do squat. No internet, no network.. nothing. If it wans because I have about 3000+ pictured on my computer with a broken CD writter it would not because I would just reinstall everyting...
No man, I was talking about the wizard in XP... :yesnodImagineParadise said:Man, no offence but wizards + ME = just more confussion. Let me just send you a copy of xp pro! It'll save you from pulling the rest of you hair out!
Hmm... very possible. Btw, did your Devices Manager shows any yellow ! for your network card?Shadow R One said:I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the network card and nothing...
Then I decided to take a look at my router to see the green light indicating that there was a connection there and guess what...nothing, so I switch cables. Still nothing.
I took a look at the networ card and thelight are blinking
I have never seen them do that. Could it be that my setwork card is fooked and it just so happened that it broke while I was messing with the network stuff?
I tried pinging stuff and nothing. I cant even access the router that I am plugged into :lol
Could all this be dues to a messed up card? I will find out once I take the card from my wife'scomputer and put it in mine
Guys, really, you do not need anything with NWLink... they are for Novell network with NetWare, and you guys don't have anything with NetWare on your networks. ImagineParadise, trust me, even if you remove all those NWLink stuff, your network will still work... :factImagineParadise said:look at what I got
That's a very good question. Computer is like a box of chocolat, you'll never know what you're going to get... :lolImagineParadise said:Ok, lets say your right val. Your way is pretty simple. Dry and cut instructions. But, if your right, why hasnent it worked for him?
I'm using a Netgear, but this week I'm testing a Linksys with wireless for a friend. I donno, but I just switched the routers and plug-plug-plug, reboot all the machine, still works like before. There is also a laptop with wireless that I'm testing the new WPA security with, just forget the WPA with Linksys for now, they still need a better firmware and driver. Btw, the laptop is on XP and no problem communicating with other machine. The other machines are all plugged to a switch that uplink to the router's switch.ImagineParadise said:how many computers and what kind of router do you have?
Me-2 computers, Linksys 4port Router (just like Shadow.) cept I dont have that jacked up OS (ME). I switched from 98 on my old one to xp pro. So both 'puters have xp pro