PDANet and Droid - No internet?Support


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  1. JGaffney

    JGaffney New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hoping for some help troubleshooting this issue....

    Laptop is running XP sp3, I installed the drivers and the 2.11 ver of PDANet, I have PDANet running on my droid.... I press connect, and I'm connected....

    But without internet access on the laptop. Obviously the droid has access, I'm using it now to type up this post.

    Any ideas? Tia
     

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  2. vzwdroidtech

    vzwdroidtech Active Member

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    Worked well for me. I recc checking Device Manager for conflicts on the USB.
     
  3. JGaffney

    JGaffney New Member This Topic's Starter

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    No conflicts - wouldn't be it anyway. The Droid connects, is recognized, pdanet sees pdanet running on the Droid, creates the connection.... there just isn't any internet access.

    I'm running under the assumption here thats its my PC thats the issue. Previously I used VZAccess Manager with my BB Curve, which has now been uninstalled.

    Also, I tried both USB and bluetooth without success.
     
  4. passman

    passman New Member

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    I'm having the same problem. PDAnet v2.12, XP SP3. Trying to teather using USB. Followed all the directions for loading Motorola drivers then installing PDAnet. Tried turning off WiFi, didn't help. Reboot didn't help. When I do an ipconfig, it does show an IP and subnet mask. Also shows connected on PC and phone. Disabled SecureIT virus program. Any thoughts on how I can this going are appreciated.
     
  5. passman

    passman New Member

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    I'm now connected thru another PC, but can't get the first PC to work. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
     

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