• PC can not connect network printer?

    Best answer: Do you have multiple routers? The easiest way to check is to get the IPs of the printer, your pc, and the other PC. If they aren't on the same network, it isn't going to work. There should be no difference between WIFI or Ethernet, provided you are all on the same defined network (one logical router). The... show more
    Best answer: Do you have multiple routers?
    The easiest way to check is to get the IPs of the printer, your pc, and the other PC. If they aren't on the same network, it isn't going to work.

    There should be no difference between WIFI or Ethernet, provided you are all on the same defined network (one logical router).
    The "printer discovery" only works on the same network.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Should i get a new modem and router so my sons don't lag when both there playstations are running or any other solutions?

    So i have 2 ps4 consoles in my house right now a smart tv and a pool wifi connected to an optimum modem and router. I have a 2.4 and 5g wifi currently on it. I was wondering what can i do so my sons don't lag on the playstations when they play they are upstairs and the router and modem are down stairs
    So i have 2 ps4 consoles in my house right now a smart tv and a pool wifi connected to an optimum modem and router. I have a 2.4 and 5g wifi currently on it. I was wondering what can i do so my sons don't lag on the playstations when they play they are upstairs and the router and modem are down stairs
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is www a closed or open network?

    Best answer: 'www' is just one of the prefixes that may appear in front of a domain name. Originally it stood for World Wide Web, but nowadays it is fairly meaningless although where it is used typically it refers to an Internet based service. Many sites use different prefixes, and some sites ignore the prefix completely. show more
    Best answer: 'www' is just one of the prefixes that may appear in front of a domain name. Originally it stood for World Wide Web, but nowadays it is fairly meaningless although where it is used typically it refers to an Internet based service.

    Many sites use different prefixes, and some sites ignore the prefix completely.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • How come windows 10 sometimes can't see other computers in my network even though file sharing is turned on?

    I have to reboot my windows 10 machine several times before by computer sees my other computers on the network. On my mac, I can just connect to my windows machine through the router's ip address, can I do the same with windows 10? I don't know why, but windows 10 doesn't seem consistent compared to... show more
    I have to reboot my windows 10 machine several times before by computer sees my other computers on the network. On my mac, I can just connect to my windows machine through the router's ip address, can I do the same with windows 10? I don't know why, but windows 10 doesn't seem consistent compared to windows 7. Is there a way to connect through the router's ip address so everytime I boot up my computer, I can connect everytime not once in a while? Is this a bug in windows 10?? Please help, thank you.
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • Cant load website. Help?

    Ok, so ive been trying to load this one website for a few days now. The website uses cloudflare, and when I try to load it on my laptop using wifi cloudflare says the website is offline and couldnt be loaded. I try to load it with my phone over 4g (not wifi) and it wont load either. However, all of my friends can... show more
    Ok, so ive been trying to load this one website for a few days now. The website uses cloudflare, and when I try to load it on my laptop using wifi cloudflare says the website is offline and couldnt be loaded. I try to load it with my phone over 4g (not wifi) and it wont load either. However, all of my friends can load from different places across town. BTW I can load every other website on both my computer and phone. What could be the issue?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why isn't my Wi-Fi working?

    I've plugged everything in the right places, have gone online and done all the configurations. Is it bc I didn't use a computer to set it up but my phone?
    I've plugged everything in the right places, have gone online and done all the configurations. Is it bc I didn't use a computer to set it up but my phone?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Internet issues help!!?

    So my internet recently got upgraded to a 30mb package however I get 2.2mb max, my brother in the other hand gets 15mb on avg. We both run ethernet cords, he says its my pc but I have an i9 with two titan Xs and 64gb of ram. Could it be my ethernet cord?? Its 100ft long while my brothers is around 20ft long Mine... show more
    So my internet recently got upgraded to a 30mb package however I get 2.2mb max, my brother in the other hand gets 15mb on avg. We both run ethernet cords, he says its my pc but I have an i9 with two titan Xs and 64gb of ram. Could it be my ethernet cord?? Its 100ft long while my brothers is around 20ft long Mine is a cheap one I got for 10$ and his is a 30$ cord. Not sure if it helps but I live in NM, in Loa Lunas. And my internet provider is CenturyLink
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I other device stream content from my computer?

    Could I make it too where I could stream media from my main computer to other devices via a private network? Like if I bought a router & hooked it up to my main computer via Ethernet, could other computers or devices access the data on my external HDD & stream it? Just wondering. Please no rude or... show more
    Could I make it too where I could stream media from my main computer to other devices via a private network? Like if I bought a router & hooked it up to my main computer via Ethernet, could other computers or devices access the data on my external HDD & stream it? Just wondering. Please no rude or unrelated answers.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Network hacking and jamming illegal or not?

    A kid on PlayStation, sounding slightly younger than me, told on a party chat with my friends that he was going to pineapple me, whic I found out mean he was going to jam me. He did this multiple times, maybe 3 or 4 times, forcing me out of the game I was in and the party, he then told me repeatedly “snitches get... show more
    A kid on PlayStation, sounding slightly younger than me, told on a party chat with my friends that he was going to pineapple me, whic I found out mean he was going to jam me. He did this multiple times, maybe 3 or 4 times, forcing me out of the game I was in and the party, he then told me repeatedly “snitches get stitches” and told me he was going to jam me again with 3 gigabytes so my network turns to crap. He hacked into my network after finding my IP, jammed it, and told me where I live (town), etc etc I’m pretty sure it’s fine for him to find my IP but I’m not sure if it’s illegal to hack into someone’s WiFi and jam the network.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • There's suddenly a u.s flag icon on the upper right corner of my macbook. It wasn't there before, I'm not asking how to remove, I'm WORRIED.?

    There's suddenly a u.s flag icon on the upper right corner of my macbook. It wasn't there before, I'm not asking how to remove, I'm WORRIED.?

    Best answer: You haven't been hacked, though I'm not sure how it would suddenly appear. But if you have more than one language enabled you can use that to re-map your keyboard. To get rid of the icon, look in the Keyboard section of System Preferences. The Input Sources tab has a checkbox at the bottom "Show Input... show more
    Best answer: You haven't been hacked, though I'm not sure how it would suddenly appear. But if you have more than one language enabled you can use that to re-map your keyboard.

    To get rid of the icon, look in the Keyboard section of System Preferences. The Input Sources tab has a checkbox at the bottom "Show Input menu in menu bar". Also, the Keyboard tab has a checkbox for "Show Keyboard, Emoji & Symbol Viewers in menu bar". That may come in handy if you haven't seen it before.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to recover an email account?

    Best answer: Use webmail from an Internet browser. Open a browser and enter www.outlook.com. (She might have had a hotmail.com account, but Microsoft have changed the name to outlook.com although the old name still works.) Try logging in. Enter the username, and when it comes to the password, click the "Forgotten... show more
    Best answer: Use webmail from an Internet browser. Open a browser and enter www.outlook.com. (She might have had a hotmail.com account, but Microsoft have changed the name to outlook.com although the old name still works.)

    Try logging in. Enter the username, and when it comes to the password, click the "Forgotten password" link. If you can get through the recovery procedure then you can reset the password. If you cannot complete the recovery procedure, then your best option is to create a new account.

    You could try asking Microsoft for help, but unless your Mom can prove it is her account, they will probably refuse to offer any assistance. They could be sued if they give somebody access to an account that belongs to someone else.

    In future, make sure that passwords are kept safely so that this does not happen again.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where do i find my ip adress?

    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I login to my router settings using an IP address in a browser?

    I'm trying to change some settings for my router, and in the past I've been able to login with no issue when I put my IP address in the address bar; but, its seems I've forgotten how to gain access. I've tried using my network name and personalized password, I've tried using "admin"... show more
    I'm trying to change some settings for my router, and in the past I've been able to login with no issue when I put my IP address in the address bar; but, its seems I've forgotten how to gain access. I've tried using my network name and personalized password, I've tried using "admin" and "password" for username and password, and I've tried combinations of both. Nothing seems to work, what am I doing wrong?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If someone has my router name and password can they monitor what I look at and download from a distance like a few miles or more?

    Best answer: It depends on the router, and how it's configured. Your router would have to be configured for "remote administration", and to record web activity into a log file. Most aren't set up that way be default. (Some can be configured to e-mail the log files periodically.) If some stranger is saying... show more
    Best answer: It depends on the router, and how it's configured.

    Your router would have to be configured for "remote administration", and to record web activity into a log file. Most aren't set up that way be default. (Some can be configured to e-mail the log files periodically.)

    If some stranger is saying that he can do that to your router, having never had physical access to it, he's almost certainly lying.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago