Local Area Network Over Wireless Tags: Wireless Laptops LAN Windows XP Anonymous a b F Wireless a b D Laptop June 15, 2004 12:14:41 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?) I have a laptop in the office, we have both wireless connection and local area network, cable which i can plug in. When i log in with a network cable plugged into my laptop, it picks the wireless connection up instead of LAN. How do i get the PC to run on LAN than wireless I have played around with the connections and selecting LAN both still it runs on wireless. Any ideas? Laptop : XP / Built in wireless card More about : local area network wireless Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedMy laptops' wireless network will not show up when i go to network connections , only the local area connection shows up . Usu Forum I got connected to local area network through ethernet cable, but i can,t share it through wireless local area network to othe Forum Local Area Connection on xp shows unplugged. Wireless network with a new Linksy Forum ramdrive over local area network Forum Creating a small local area network Forum Another "Local Area Network" doesn't have valid IP configuration thread! Forum SolvedNEED HELP with a LAN (Local Area Network) Forum local area network doesn't have valid ip configuration Forum I have just downloaded a windows xp home edition 2002 version onto my computer and now there is no LAN local area network icon Forum Local area network Forum Local Area Network Connections Forum Local area network connection win7 Forum SolvedWireless access to internet only, restrict local network.... possible? Forum Local area network not connecting Forum Local area network doesnt have a valid ip configuration windows 7 32b Forum Local area network doesnt have a valid ip configuration windows 7 32bi Forum Local area network configure step Forum Problem relating local area network Forum Local area connection disables wireless on HP laptop Forum Local Area Network Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !