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Some USB dongles have their proprietary Windows drivers onboard. When plugged in for the first time, they act like a storage device and start installing the Windows driver from there. /dev/sr1 is such a storage device. It can't be used to make a connection. If the driver is already installed, it makes the storage device disappear and a new ...


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It's called "Captive Portal" or "Authentication Page" you have a lot of ways to do that Flash your router with a new Firmware dd-wrt or open-wrt or tomato. "Normal" or buy a new router like UBNT Ubiquity they made it for this propose. "Easy" or you can setup a server "old PC" to make something called RADIUS server. "Hard"


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I think you didn't put your settings correctly. System Setting -> Network -> Mobile Broadband -> Create a new connection here you already created a new connection, but what are things you put for "choose your billing plan option" ? did your postpaid package listed? If its not listed, select "My plan is not listed" then you must put correct APN (Access ...


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To merge, delete, rename or change the icon for network locations in Windows 7.... 1) Open the "Control Panel" 2) Select and open "Network and Sharing Center" 3)Click on the "Icon"(a house icon for me) under "View your active networks". This will open the "Set Network Properties" dialogue. Here you can rename a network connection or change the icon for ...


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I'm not too familiar with that kind of set up but when you go to Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network Connections Is there where you see all these connections? From my understanding, when you plug in the cable, as long as it's in the same port as always, whatever LAC it's set up to it should work. From there you can disable other LACs, not sure if ...


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Simply uninstall msie11 then reinstall using the typical method for system installed programs. Uncheck the box follow instructions then return to check the box and reinstall and restart like before. Possibly reset MSIE11 to original default settings. I then could access twitter after upgrading to win10.


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Although your question was asked over a year ago, I thought I'd post the resolution that worked for me while it was still fresh in my mind. My situation was that I had upgraded a Dell Inspiron N5010 from Windows 7 Home Premium (SP1, x64) to Windows 10 Home and noticed after doing so that the NIC was not showing up in Device Manager. Now, I'm not sure if I ...


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Your problem is the 20% packet loss. Contact your internet service provider and advise them of the problem you are having. A faster connection may help a little bit but try reading something with 20% of the words missing....


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Based on what I have read, if those that have posted said netsh doesn't work starting at 7 and up- that is incorrect. Now if it's strictly about "netsh routing", I guess you could be right, but this does work- I am about to show the contents of a batch file I have created that workson Windows 8.1. Instead of getting the usual comments and pieces of ...



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