Way to resolve networking issues in Acer® Aspire
Acer Aspire comes with great and powerful features packed into it. Such features comprise of memory, processor a genuine Windows operating system, a number of inbuilt devices and a wide display. You can easily get connected to a network with this system. A network helps to connect two or more systems together and share resources such as printers, storage devices and folders which include personal files, pictures, music and videos. You might face some issues connecting to, staying connected to or just ‘setting up’ the networks in your system. It is very difficult to get your network to function, especially when you use unsecure connections. However, you can overcome network issues easily based on some helpful steps.
- Network card issue
- Issues with accessing network
- Difficulty in getting connected
Network card issue
A common problem faced is that your network card does not connect. This might be due to a loose connection at both ends, bad network card or damaged ports. So, firmly connect the cable or try plugging in a network cable into a different port. Acer Aspire can support a wireless network card, so check whether the wireless network connection is on by right clicking ‘Wireless Network Connection’.
Issues with accessing network
Sometimes you might get message such as “… is not accessible” on Acer Aspire while trying to access some websites. This might happen because of a firewall blocking the application, wrong user rights, no server connection or entered in different workgroup. While trying to open a file from or save a file to network folder, you might get a message 'Access denied'. To fix it, go to ‘Tools’ menu in Windows Explorer, click ‘Folder Options’, then click ‘Use Windows classic folders’ and then click ‘Ok’.
While trying to access a shared folder on a remote computer, you might receive this message “No more connections could be made at this time” or “This request is not accepted by the network. Try again later". This is because the network configured allows a certain number of connections and has reached its maximum or your Per Server license limit is over. Sometimes you might receive a message, “Multiple connections to the server or shared resource are not allowed” while trying to join a domain. So clear all the mapped connections using '/d' from a command before joining the domain.