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(Old, Non-DS Computer) LAN Deletes Itself.

Post Date: 2010-02-06

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    Posted: 06 Feb 2010 at 10:06pm
Hey, I've had this old dell around the house for a while now. I have an awesome DS desktop right now, but I still have the laptop around when i seriously need to go mobile. Problem is, it deleted its own LAN. Yeah, you read that right, I can't see LAN on network connections now. Wireless and Wired are both non-existent. I'm still able to connect via wireless using the wireless app that came with the system, interestingly. Anyways, I cannot connect with ethernet. The ethernet lights still blink to notify of a working connection, but the computer doesn't seem to know that. I have internal NIC enabled via the BIOS, also.

This all just abruptly happened one day.

Any suggestions to bring my LAN back?
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  Quote jaypeetee44 Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 07 Feb 2010 at 7:39am
ShockedDoes it happen when wireless? Or do you have hardwire connection to modem/ desktop?
 
    Is it happening at home or everywhere? Have you checked your router? NOTHING lasts forever.
 
    I'm about to set up a LAN on my three computers(laptop1, laptop2, desktop) and will watch this thread with GREAT interest. If you figure it out, please post.
 
    Thanks.....JPTOuch
 
 


Edited by jaypeetee44 - 07 Feb 2010 at 7:43am
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  Quote bluebmax Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 20 Feb 2010 at 10:29am
I think you have lost the drivers for the ethernet. Try re-downloading the drivers for your laptop from the dell website. That should fix the issue
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