My comp is a dell dimension 3000, older then the rock my kids kick around. After enabling this service all networks were listed and I was able to manually add networks. Co-authors: 8 Updated: Views:458,867 Quick Tips Related ArticlesHow to Install Windows 7 (Beginners)How to Download Movies Using uTorrentHow to Disable McAfeeHow to Uninstall Deep Freeze Home About wikiHow Jobs Terms of Subscribe to the Houston Chronicle | Shopping | Classifieds | Obits | Place an Ad | La Voz Register | Sign In Home Local In Local Neighborhoods Houston & Texas Traffic Source
Quote: Originally Posted by CCT To confirm which ethernet chipset you have, please download and run Everest Home (it is free): http://www.filehippo.com/download_everest_home/ http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html http://www.softpedia.com/progDownloa...oad-16369.html Once you download it, click on it If you’re having trouble with your Mac, see How to Fix Common Computer Network Issues for Mac. 2 Press ⊞ Win+S to launch the search box. Sorry, Jim. In device Manager , is there any yellow question marks??
Even a fully updated XP system is risky now. Yes No Not Helpful 1 Helpful 1 My Network adaptor is not working. OK, I went onto the Dell Drivers site. Also make sure the Wireless Zero Configuration Service is running and set to Auto.
wikiHow Contributor Try downloading the latest version of the driver from the manufacturer's website. How would I find this please? To confirm that a new driver was installed, expand the list of network adapters and look for the entry for your wireless adapter. Can't boot up? | What are some good programs to work with videos? » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Posting Rules You may not
On a side note, when I drag any windows around the screen, they lag like crazy, as though the processor is being used up completely, but I am running nothing. Reinstalled Windows Xp No Internet I am connected to a broadband that is always on, works great. If your graphics card's GPU was manufactured by nVidia or ATI/AMD, go to their respective websites for the latest drivers. Box 4260 Houston, Texas 77210–4260 © Copyright 2016 Hearst Newspapers, LLC Login _ Welcome to TechSpot Why should I register?
Somehow if you insist to go with your driver you need to update your chipset, and your XP Pack version. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows XP (Solved) - No Internet after Windows XP reinstall (26 Windows Xp Not Connecting To Internet Ethernet Thanks for the quick replies.Click to expand... Windows Xp Will Not Connect To Internet Navigate to the directory to which you extracted the .zip files, then click “OK” or “Install.” 3 Follow the prompts to install your drivers.
The model of the computer is Dell Dimension E510 and SP2 is installed. http://jetpackshield.com/windows-xp/reinstall-windows-xp-cd-drive-not-working.html The device manager will now scan the computer for hardware without drivers installed. If a driver is found, Windows will install it automatically. Login now. Establish Wi-Fi Connection Click "Start | Control Panel | Network and Internet Connections | Network Connections," or click "Start," then "Control Panel" and double-click "Network Connections." Right-click "Wireless Network Connection." Choose Windows Xp No Internet Access
Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top scorpion99 Posts: 1033 This post has been reported. Once you find the wireless card, click the link to visit its product page. 9 Download the drivers for your version of Windows. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top scorpion99 Posts: 1033 This post has been reported. have a peek here It was just bogged down with trojans and Windows was quite unstable so I decided to reinstall windows.
Yes No Cookies make wikiHow better. Reinstalled Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet After reinstalling XP, you can easily reconnect your computer to your company's network in just seconds. Yes, you will have to use another computer to download the drivers and transfer the files in some manner.
This ensures that you’re testing the right connection. 5 Connect to your Wi-Fi network and browse to http://www.wikihow.com. Now you’ll prepare to remove the current driver. 2 Right-click the wireless card under “Network Adapters” and then click “Properties”. 3 Navigate to the “Driver” tab, then click “Uninstall.” A pop-up All Rights Reserved. Windows Xp No Internet Connection Thanks in advance, Evan Spangler Ads by Google 13 answers Comments are Closed Frank Luo March 18, 2013 at 3:47 am maybe your systerm did not install the newest driver,you can
After installing a fresh copy of Windows XP you might have similar issues. Click "Finish" to close "New Connection Wizard" and connect to the Internet. Are you downloading the drivers from Dell or Intel? Check This Out Flag as duplicate Thanks!
The Intel driver for wireless provided by Dell for your model applies only to wireless provided by a cardbus connection. I have seen this happen and sometimes it requires dropping back to an older driver. I copied the link using the Google Chrome browser. the solution i found is finding a different driver and sure enough when i tried Atheros it seemed to work.
You can use a CD instead to get around that. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top Xhi Posts: 6298 This post has been reported. Later on, when done again, I also included a new grapics card from a CD. I first want to thank all of you for your help.
It could be the way Dell's site works now, or at least I hope it's as simple as that. This is the first time I ever reinstalled an OS which is Windows XP. The entry for the wireless card will now disappear from the “Network Adapters” list. There are quite a few yellow question marks in device manager, however, "network adapter" isn't listed at all.
wikiHow Contributor If it doesn't, the computer will attempt to install a generic driver that *should* get you online. Cheers. 12-20-2010, 04:00 PM #3 Big Supes Registered Member Join Date: Jul 2010 Posts: 25 OS: XP Hi, thanks for the help. After saving their data, inserting their re-installation CD and reinstalling Windows XP, a lot of things that used to work, didn't work. I hadn't seen your reply.
What could be the problem?