Posted 24 February 2011 - 04:04 PM
I will leave it on from now on. Thanks for that.
Anyways, like i mentioned earlier, everytime I either turn off the router/turn off the desktop computer, it doesn't connect to the network.
Like today, last night i turned off the router and turned it on this morning. I tried going to the internet on the desktop computer but it couldn't even find the wireless network. It is working because it managed to find other networks but not mine. So again, like i always do i play around with it. Here's the random stuff that i did to try to connect:
1. Repair network connections
2. Refresh network adapters on device manager
3. Make sure DCHP or whatever they are, are set to automatic on services in device manager
4. Reset IP Address via command prompt
5. Reset winsock via command prompt
I found these from the internet but they aren't working today. So I went on my routers home network setting (this application/program where you can set security, mac filtering, etc) trying to refresh it, etc. and for some reason, when i checked on the desktop computer, it was connected. So im thinking it must be something from the home network setting. All i did was basically click on 'Save Settings' on the security page without changing anything.
Does anyone know what i need to do to prevent this? I don't want to have to do all this everytime I use the desktop computer.