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You can download the wireless driver and install it.
Download the drivers from the Acer WEB site. Make sure youselect the model of your laptop the drivers you that require that matches theWindows version that is installed on your laptop. Use this link to get to theAcer support: - http://www.acersupport.com/drivers_download.aspx
Download the drivers from the Acer WEB site. Make sure youselect the model of your laptop and the XP or Vista version of the drivers youthat require and it matches the Windows version that is installed on yourlaptop. Use this link to get to the Acer support: - http://www.acersupport.com/drivers_download.aspx
Well, Yes Acer Aspire 4720 has built-in wireless card and supports wi-fi communication. Click here to view the product manual for additional details.
You may not have the required drivers installed on your system. Click here to download the drivers. Right click on WLAN-INTEL and save the file. It is a compressed .rar file for which you need to have WIN RAR utility installed.
install an application called 'Launch Manager' That will help.You didn't say what model?Acer Extensa 2000/2500 Series --- Far right launch button above the keyboard Acer Travelmate C Series ---Far left hot key and then choose WLAN from menu that appears Acer Aspire 1000 Series --Launch Keys above the keyboard Acer Aspire 1640Z ---- Launch Keys above the keyboard Acer Aspire 1690 ---- Launch Keys above the keyboard Acer Aspire 2000 Series ---- Button on the front of the laptop Acer Aspire 2012 ---- Launch Keys above the keyboard Acer Ferrari 3000 ---- Button on the front of the laptop Acer Ferrari 3020 ---- Button on the front of the laptop Acer Ferrari 3400 ---- Button on the front of the laptop Acer Ferrari 4000 ---- Button on the front of the laptopIf you don;t have the drivers go to the Acer site and download them, and install.
I bought one 5 months ago. The e520-2496 has no pre-installed software hence the low price. my included dvd didn't do anything either. I bought a Linux Fedora 10 installation DVD from www.osdisc.com for 5 bucks. this made it very easy the dvd was recognized immediately and has self expanatory instructions. Or go to www.fedoraproject.org and download it for free and burn it to a dvd. If you hold down the Ctrl key with the DVD in it should load it. Or check www.linpus.com but it is no help. I eventually installed linpus desktop from thier website and have a dual boot with Linpus and Fedora 10. The Linpus is no good with no wi-fi or support I do not recommend it. The Fedora 10 has excellent wi-fi and tons of support, forums, and updates. Or gooogle "linux OS" and choose from dozens of free or cheap Linux systems. If you go with Fedora 10 just make sure you buy a 64 bit version. The e520 has a 64 bit celeron M processor. P.S. don't mess around when your in root if you don't know what your doing and, always type in "exit" when done. I am new to this also but learning fast. hope this helps.
The drivers for Windows can be used if no specific Linux drivers exist. There's a program within Linux called NDisWrapper which is designed to use the drivers provided for Windows XP in Linux. Refer to your particular distribution of Linux for the details on how to set up NDisWrapper from within your distribution (I've only done it in Ubuntu so have no experience of other distros)