router problem

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  1. wufei

    wufei New Member

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    i tried calling tech support already but they just told me to buy new equipment.

    i have a dwl 120+ wireless usb adapter

    it is receiving from a DI 624

    for some reason after i switched to this (other receiver broke), the power indicator keeps on blinking red. it should be green and has been with previous computers. ive installed the latest drivers, checked to make sure that my usb ports are providing enough power. the internet works for about ... 45 minutes then i have to restart my computer each time. and if i start bit lord or azureus, i will still have an "excellent" connection with good signal but the internet just wont work.

    help please? :hsd:
     
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    what's not working, the router or the reciever?
     
  3. Vailripper

    Vailripper Daywalkers have feelings too.

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    Does your isp require a specific domain?
     
  4. wufei

    wufei New Member

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    receiver
     
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    wufei New Member

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    not sure what you mean :hs:

    this started happening once i switched to a new receiver

    but you mean does my IP addy have to be the same? it changes every time i restart the comp but previously d/l's worked
     
  6. wufei

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    the BUMP
     
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    Vailripper Daywalkers have feelings too.

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    Under the router setup page there should be a domain field, some isp's you can leave it blank, but some require you to put a domain in for it to work properly. What isp do you have?
     
  8. wufei

    wufei New Member

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    checking now thanks

    is it also possible some wireless receiver drivers just dont work with BT? im also getting blue screens about the driver. something about its in the wrong place ae342040erueo instead of a43098203483902 (random numbers ill write it down next time it happens) about tiaxusb or something or other. sorry not too specific :hsd:
     
  9. wufei

    wufei New Member

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    and uh where do i find the router setup page? i went to the site directly that allows me to manage my router (type ip address into web browser). there is no "isp" or domain listing. just my address, mask gateway, and all that for LAN, WAN, etc

    :hs: sorry, could you be a little more specific? im terrible at networking.
     
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    wireless usb receiver is most likely a pos...if other devices can receive power over the same usb port.
     
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    wufei New Member

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    found out the problem is an driver IRQL not less than or equal to and the driver for the receiver tiacxusb.sys is apparently not compatible with my computer?... :hs: damn hardware
     
  12. butler

    butler I need an adult!

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    bad drivers
    don't use BT on wireless. it's hard enough on wired networks, let alone wireless ones.
     

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