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  #1  
Old October 20th 08, 07:23 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
dd
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Posts: 45
Default no Local area network icon

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.

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  #2  
Old October 20th 08, 10:32 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
nass
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Posts: 7,474
Default no Local area network icon



"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.



Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk


  #3  
Old October 21st 08, 01:49 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Jack \(MVP-Networking\).
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Posts: 964
Default no Local area network icon

Hi
Follow nass's instructions and make sure that two checks at the bottom are
checked.
http://www.ezlan.net/example/tcp.jpg
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

"nass" wrote in message
...


"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc
ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.



Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize
Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk



  #4  
Old October 21st 08, 04:16 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
dd
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Posts: 45
Default no Local area network icon

I can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.

"nass" wrote:



"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.



Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk


  #5  
Old October 21st 08, 04:17 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
dd
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Posts: 45
Default no Local area network icon

can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.



"Jack (MVP-Networking)." wrote:

Hi
Follow nass's instructions and make sure that two checks at the bottom are
checked.
http://www.ezlan.net/example/tcp.jpg
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

"nass" wrote in message
...


"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc
ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.



Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize
Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk




  #6  
Old October 21st 08, 11:57 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
nass
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Posts: 7,474
Default no Local area network icon


Right click The Start Button and select properties then click on Start Menu
Tab then click on [Customize..] button.
On Customize Start Menu click on Advanced Tab, scroll down to this:
[ √ ] Network Connections = make sure it is checked
(*) Dispaly as Connect to menu check this Radio button and click [Ok]
Then [Apply] then [OK] again to close the Taskbar and Start menu prpoerties.
Reboot your machine, does it show up?

Do you know your Wireless/Network Card manufacturer and Model? Try to update
the driver from their website.
Or uninstall the NIC (Network Interface Card) from Device Manager and Reboot
your machine, windows will install the driver for you or prompt you to insert
the CD/software driver for it to install.
Did
HTH,
nass
---
http://www.nasstec.co.uk

"DD" wrote:

I can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.

"nass" wrote:



"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.



Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk


  #7  
Old October 21st 08, 02:14 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Peter Foldes
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Posts: 2,444
Default no Local area network icon

DD

In Control Panel you are not looking for icons. You are looking for the words Network Connections. Double click on those words that say's Network Connections and select the Local Area Connection in there by right clicking on it and selecting Properties and then when it opens and on the General Tab on the bottom you will see 2 lines with a checkbox in front of them and then put a checkmark into those 2 boxes and hit the OK button and close out

--
Peter

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"DD" wrote in message ...
can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.



"Jack (MVP-Networking)." wrote:

Hi
Follow nass's instructions and make sure that two checks at the bottom are
checked.
http://www.ezlan.net/example/tcp.jpg
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

"nass" wrote in message
...


"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc
ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.


Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize
Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk




  #8  
Old October 22nd 08, 04:08 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
dd
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Posts: 45
Default no Local area network icon

I did not see the network connections, when I select control panel - netowkr
connections. i suppose to see local area network, but is not there, when i
click the network connections, is empty .


"Peter Foldes" wrote:

DD

In Control Panel you are not looking for icons. You are looking for the words Network Connections. Double click on those words that say's Network Connections and select the Local Area Connection in there by right clicking on it and selecting Properties and then when it opens and on the General Tab on the bottom you will see 2 lines with a checkbox in front of them and then put a checkmark into those 2 boxes and hit the OK button and close out

--
Peter

Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.

"DD" wrote in message ...
can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.



"Jack (MVP-Networking)." wrote:

Hi
Follow nass's instructions and make sure that two checks at the bottom are
checked.
http://www.ezlan.net/example/tcp.jpg
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

"nass" wrote in message
...


"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc
ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.


Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize
Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk





  #9  
Old October 22nd 08, 04:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
dd
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Posts: 45
Default no Local area network icon

can't find the network connection. on advanced tab

"nass" wrote:


Right click The Start Button and select properties then click on Start Menu
Tab then click on [Customize..] button.
On Customize Start Menu click on Advanced Tab, scroll down to this:
[ √ ] Network Connections = make sure it is checked
(*) Dispaly as Connect to menu check this Radio button and click [Ok]
Then [Apply] then [OK] again to close the Taskbar and Start menu prpoerties.
Reboot your machine, does it show up?

Do you know your Wireless/Network Card manufacturer and Model? Try to update
the driver from their website.
Or uninstall the NIC (Network Interface Card) from Device Manager and Reboot
your machine, windows will install the driver for you or prompt you to insert
the CD/software driver for it to install.
Did
HTH,
nass
---
http://www.nasstec.co.uk

"DD" wrote:

I can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.

"nass" wrote:



"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.


Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk


  #10  
Old October 22nd 08, 05:20 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Peter Foldes
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Posts: 2,444
Default no Local area network icon

Did you install the correct driver. Is your LAN card defective. Is it seated correctly

--
Peter

Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.

"DD" wrote in message ...
I did not see the network connections, when I select control panel - netowkr
connections. i suppose to see local area network, but is not there, when i
click the network connections, is empty .


"Peter Foldes" wrote:

DD

In Control Panel you are not looking for icons. You are looking for the words Network Connections. Double click on those words that say's Network Connections and select the Local Area Connection in there by right clicking on it and selecting Properties and then when it opens and on the General Tab on the bottom you will see 2 lines with a checkbox in front of them and then put a checkmark into those 2 boxes and hit the OK button and close out

--
Peter

Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.

"DD" wrote in message ...
can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.



"Jack (MVP-Networking)." wrote:

Hi
Follow nass's instructions and make sure that two checks at the bottom are
checked.
http://www.ezlan.net/example/tcp.jpg
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

"nass" wrote in message
...


"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc
ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.


Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize
Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk





  #11  
Old October 22nd 08, 11:29 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
nass
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Posts: 7,474
Default no Local area network icon


What happen when you go to Device manager and uninstall it and Reboot?


"DD" wrote:

can't find the network connection. on advanced tab

"nass" wrote:


Right click The Start Button and select properties then click on Start Menu
Tab then click on [Customize..] button.
On Customize Start Menu click on Advanced Tab, scroll down to this:
[ √ ] Network Connections = make sure it is checked
(*) Dispaly as Connect to menu check this Radio button and click [Ok]
Then [Apply] then [OK] again to close the Taskbar and Start menu prpoerties.
Reboot your machine, does it show up?

Do you know your Wireless/Network Card manufacturer and Model? Try to update
the driver from their website.
Or uninstall the NIC (Network Interface Card) from Device Manager and Reboot
your machine, windows will install the driver for you or prompt you to insert
the CD/software driver for it to install.
Did
HTH,
nass
---
http://www.nasstec.co.uk

"DD" wrote:

I can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.

"nass" wrote:



"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.


Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk


  #12  
Old October 23rd 08, 03:13 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
dd
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Posts: 45
Default no Local area network icon

The HP Vendor reisntall the dirve. is correct.

user can login to domain, access network share drive & internet. but can't
change the ip address without the LAN icon.


"Peter Foldes" wrote:

Did you install the correct driver. Is your LAN card defective. Is it seated correctly

--
Peter

Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.

"DD" wrote in message ...
I did not see the network connections, when I select control panel - netowkr
connections. i suppose to see local area network, but is not there, when i
click the network connections, is empty .


"Peter Foldes" wrote:

DD

In Control Panel you are not looking for icons. You are looking for the words Network Connections. Double click on those words that say's Network Connections and select the Local Area Connection in there by right clicking on it and selecting Properties and then when it opens and on the General Tab on the bottom you will see 2 lines with a checkbox in front of them and then put a checkmark into those 2 boxes and hit the OK button and close out

--
Peter

Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.

"DD" wrote in message ...
can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.



"Jack (MVP-Networking)." wrote:

Hi
Follow nass's instructions and make sure that two checks at the bottom are
checked.
http://www.ezlan.net/example/tcp.jpg
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

"nass" wrote in message
...


"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc
ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.


Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize
Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk






  #13  
Old October 23rd 08, 03:13 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
dd
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 45
Default no Local area network icon

we tried many time. by remove the nic card and reinstall the driver.

The HP Vendor reisntall the dirve. is correct.

user can login to domain, access network share drive & internet. but can't
change the ip address without the LAN icon.



"nass" wrote:


What happen when you go to Device manager and uninstall it and Reboot?


"DD" wrote:

can't find the network connection. on advanced tab

"nass" wrote:


Right click The Start Button and select properties then click on Start Menu
Tab then click on [Customize..] button.
On Customize Start Menu click on Advanced Tab, scroll down to this:
[ √ ] Network Connections = make sure it is checked
(*) Dispaly as Connect to menu check this Radio button and click [Ok]
Then [Apply] then [OK] again to close the Taskbar and Start menu prpoerties.
Reboot your machine, does it show up?

Do you know your Wireless/Network Card manufacturer and Model? Try to update
the driver from their website.
Or uninstall the NIC (Network Interface Card) from Device Manager and Reboot
your machine, windows will install the driver for you or prompt you to insert
the CD/software driver for it to install.
Did
HTH,
nass
---
http://www.nasstec.co.uk

"DD" wrote:

I can't find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also can't find local area network.

"nass" wrote:



"DD" wrote:

i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.


Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk


  #14  
Old December 31st 10, 12:08 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
aria ashkani
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Posts: 1
Default no Local area network icon

I had this problem with my neighbour's computer.I try all of the instructions here but they did't work and after about 3 hours when i was getting to be mad I found that the M.B drivers had not been installed.
Try to reinstall mainboard drivers .Maybe that is the problem

On Monday, October 20, 2008 2:23 AM D wrote:


i have one pc using broadcom NIC and after update the drive, I can't find
local area netork icon in network connection.


I still can connect to internet, login to domain but can't change the pc ip
address cause the LAN ICON missing.
I have try many time uninstalal the nic dirver but the LAN icon still not
appear

Please help.



On Monday, October 20, 2008 5:32 AM nas wrote:


"DD" wrote:



Click Start Control Panel Network Connections Locate the Internet
Connection you want and Right click it and select properties.
On the Connection Properties look down and you will find two check boxes,
please check them:
[ ] Show Icon in Notification Area when Connected
[ ] Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity


Another; Right click the Start Button and select Properties then on the
taskbar and Start Menu Properties Under Taskbar Tab click on Customize Button
opposite this:
[ ] Hide inactive icons [ Customize...]
There Highlight the Local Area Network Icon and select from the drop down
list Always Show.

Or try and make sure th UPnP service is started in the services control
panel:
Open a run command and type in:
services.msc click [OK] locate the UPnP and start it Auto.
Reboot your machine.

HTH.
nass
----
http://www.nasstec.co.uk



On Monday, October 20, 2008 8:49 PM Jack \(MVP-Networking\). wrote:


Hi
Follow nass's instructions and make sure that two checks at the bottom are
checked.
http://www.ezlan.net/example/tcp.jpg
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)



On Monday, October 20, 2008 11:16 PM D wrote:


I cannot find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also cannot find local area network.

"nass" wrote:



On Monday, October 20, 2008 11:17 PM D wrote:


cannot find any icons in control panel- network connection- is empty
start button - properties, also cannot find local area network.



"Jack (MVP-Networking)." wrote:



On Tuesday, October 21, 2008 6:57 AM nas wrote:


Right click The Start Button and select properties then click on Start Menu
Tab then click on [Customize..] button.
On Customize Start Menu click on Advanced Tab, scroll down to this:
[ ??? ] Network Connections = make sure it is checked
(*) Dispaly as Connect to menu check this Radio button and click [Ok]
Then [Apply] then [OK] again to close the Taskbar and Start menu prpoerties.
Reboot your machine, does it show up?

Do you know your Wireless/Network Card manufacturer and Model? Try to update
the driver from their website.
Or uninstall the NIC (Network Interface Card) from Device Manager and Reboot
your machine, windows will install the driver for you or prompt you to insert
the CD/software driver for it to install.
Did
HTH,
nass
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"DD" wrote:



On Tuesday, October 21, 2008 9:14 AM Peter Foldes wrote:


DD

In Control Panel you are not looking for icons. You are looking for the =
words Network Connections. Double click on those words that say's =
Network Connections and select the Local Area Connection in there by =
right clicking on it and selecting Properties and then when it opens and =
on the General Tab on the bottom you will see 2 lines with a checkbox in =
front of them and then put a checkmark into those 2 boxes and hit the OK =
button and close out

--=20
Peter

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"DD" wrote in message =
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bottom are=20
can't find
the pc=20
still not
Internet
boxes,
the
Customize=20
drop down
control



On Tuesday, October 21, 2008 11:08 PM D wrote:


I did not see the network connections, when I select control panel - netowkr
connections. i suppose to see local area network, but is not there, when i
click the network connections, is empty .


"Peter Foldes" wrote:



On Tuesday, October 21, 2008 11:09 PM D wrote:


cannot find the network connection. on advanced tab

"nass" wrote:



On Wednesday, October 22, 2008 12:20 AM Peter Foldes wrote:


Did you install the correct driver. Is your LAN card defective. Is it =
seated correctly

--=20
Peter

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"DD" wrote in message =
...
netowkr=20
when i=20
the words Network Connections. Double click on those words that say's =
Network Connections and select the Local Area Connection in there by =
right clicking on it and selecting Properties and then when it opens and =
on the General Tab on the bottom you will see 2 lines with a checkbox in =
front of them and then put a checkmark into those 2 boxes and hit the OK =
button and close out
acknowledged.
...
bottom are=20
can't find
change the pc=20
still not
the Internet
check boxes,
connectivity
on the
Customize=20
drop down
control



On Wednesday, October 22, 2008 6:29 AM nas wrote:


What happen when you go to Device manager and uninstall it and Reboot?


"DD" wrote:



On Wednesday, October 22, 2008 10:13 PM D wrote:


we tried many time. by remove the nic card and reinstall the driver.

The HP Vendor reisntall the dirve. is correct.

user can login to domain, access network share drive & internet. but can't
change the ip address without the LAN icon.



"nass" wrote:



On Wednesday, October 22, 2008 10:13 PM D wrote:


The HP Vendor reisntall the dirve. is correct.

user can login to domain, access network share drive & internet. but cannot
change the ip address without the LAN icon.


"Peter Foldes" wrote:



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