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1) Make sure Wireless Lan is Enabled by pressing the light button of it
2) Click with right button on the Battery Icon (on the botton bar aside clock)
3) Select Windows Mobility Center (a window will open up)
4) Click on "Turn wireless on" button.
If you are using the supplied Acer program to setup your wireless, I would suggest removing the program. In most cases, removing their software does not remove the drivers, and thus, Windows Zero Configuration will take over the wireless.
WZC, in my opinion, works very reliably and has solved this type of issue in the past, although it is not the only reason for disconnects. For instance; a weak signal and a lot of interference from neighboring networks can cause your wireless to become unstable.
If this doesn't fix your connection issue, you may have an issue with the wireless card itself.
disable wireless then enable it ... or reboot the computer reboot router aswell, in this order broadband modem reboot wireless router, then reboot the laptop it should pick up the router and connect... see if you can connect to the router with a wired connection from the laptop .... if you can try doing a driver update acer always putting out new drivers for the wireless cards
Ahhh, Ubuntu. You may need to go online and find wireless drivers that will work with your wireless card.
On an unrelated note, OpenSolaris has an option on it to download all of the compatible drivers for your computer when you first hardwire it to an internet connection, so if you keep having trouble with ubuntu, you could always try switching over to that.
hi there, i had the same problem back a few month ago. the solution for me was, i twisted the built-in camera 180 degree a few times, after that, i heard sound indicating my system found a new hardware and it started to install them, which in my case, the webcam ^_^ maybe the connection is the problem, mine is acer aspire 5580 laptop.. hope this help