This problem just started last week on my daughter's laptop. When she unplugs her laptop, she loses her wireless internet connection. I checked the antennae, and the lights are on (orange and green). I also tried the repair connection option by right-clicking on the wireless icon at the bottom of the screen, but no luck. In fact, when I right-click to open the icon it says there are no wireless connections in the area.
I have the exact same laptop, I purchased them together. I haven't had a single problem with the wireless internet.
The operating system is XP. I don't have the laptop in front of me, as I'm at work and the laptop is at home. I was looking for suggestions I could try when I get home.
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If WLAN and Wireless cards are enabled, then you may have to unplug your router for 10 seconds to reset it. They tend to build up a static charge. Unplug wireless router for 10 seconds, plug back in and you should be fine in a minute or two with full connectivity
could do wifi, might need a new cable, mine just fried up last night, could go into the start menu then settings click on network connections, and tell me what you see in that menu...it could be as simple as that jack is just broken
Well, unfortunately, the only people who can help you with this are either your network providers (most likely) or your router manufacturer, as the system settings are specific to the network and/or router ..
Hello I am sorry you r having this problem, I need to know a little bit more info, Now when you plug in your computer to power cord you loose everything with you internet connection. Do you see the active monitor in the lower right hand side, it would look like a monitor blinking or it may not be blinking. Have you also tried to activate the antenna after you plug in your power cord. There should be a button with an antenna on it the upper part of the pc, You may also go into your control panel and turn it on there, It sounds like its set to shut down the wireless connection when plugged in, its just to opposite as what it should be, usually its when you unplug your computer that the internet connection is lost for power saving reasons, you can also right click the connection monitor in the lower right and properties and repair after the power is plugged in of course give that a try and see if that works for you, I hope it help you out with your problems