Quote: Originally Posted by Zalantar
First, I know there are several similar issues posted. That being said, heres what I amy trying to do. I have a dell optiplex gx270 desktop with 2 ethernet cards (intel pro/1000 mt and ADMtek an983), a hp dv6815nr laptop using wireless, a us robotics maxg router and a novatel ovation ev-do broadband usb stick.
While runing xp on the desktop, I was able to connect one ethernet card to the uplink on the router and share that with the usb stick to have the whole network online. the second ethernet card allowed the desktop to communicate with the rest of the network.
After upgrading to Windows 7 on the desktop, the same configuration no longer works. Additionaly eaiter ethernet card, when connected to the uplink on the router, shows unidentified network and access type no network access in the network and sharing center. Any suggestions on getting this to work?
Hello Zalantar, and welcome to Windows Seven Forums!
You have several pieces of hardware described in your post but I am not able to see how they all connect together. If you wish to provide some additional info perhaps we can help?
You have a desktop with 7
A laptop with ?
I have experienced similar symptoms with Internet/Network access with 7 and the fix was to do a reinstall.
Otherwise, we would need to know if your network cards are showing exclamation marks in Device Manager, If you can create a new network connection in 7, and whether your network is a Public, Work, or Home?
You can also try the network troubleshooter
Please let us know if we can help?