I have ASUS notebook G1S. I 'm workinh on set up homee network. I have Linkys router, WRT 54 G. It looks like it's not detectin the laptop; it keep asking me to turn on wireless radio. What is that?? Please, help me, I'm going nuts! Appreciate any help! thank you, thank you!
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Try: G1S - This laptop supports multimodal switching of the wireless and Blue Tooth radios via the key command Fn+F2: 1st press: On both Blue Tooth & WiFi 2nd press: Off Blue Tooth / On WiFi 3rd press: On Blue Tooth / Off WiFi 4th press: Off both Blue Tooth & WiFi
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connect to your wireless router, it needs the router's wireless settings
configured and also the wireless cards in all the laptops and or
computers needs to be configured with the router's wireless settings. Then the
laptops and desktop computers can communicate with your wireless
Hi, I f you can see the router SSID to your Laptop You don't need to buy wireless adapter for your laptop. You have to know what is a wep key or passphrase to enter to your laptop in order to connect.
Get back to us if your need to configure your router. make sure to give us the model of the router so we can help better.
I've experienced the same problem with my ASUS netbook. Uninstall the wireless hard - remove hardware in control panel, reboot the machine and allow it to auto find the adapter again. This should correct it. If there are still problems verify that you have the most current driver for the wireless adapter, either from Asus, or the wireless adapter chipset manufacturer (i.e. Intel, broadcomm, etc.)
That means the older 2wire card was a B model adapter, which can only run at 11mbps. The other laptop most likely has built in wireless or some other adapter in it that runs on the G model, which is 54 mbps. There is no way to fix this issue, other then aquiring a new wireless adapter for your older laptop.
1) Verify if Wi-Fi WLAN interface of your notebook is OK. 1a) Check whether HW switch is ON and the wireless system service is running. 1b) Switch on the WLAN Access Point (router) SSID broadcasting. 1c) Scan WLAN networks by the notebook. Can you see your home WLAN? If not, there is HW or SW problem in your wireless adapter probably. If WLAN is visible, continue by next steps.
2) Remove all WLAN security on both sides (AP and notebook): Authentication = none/open, encrytption = none. 3) Activate DHCP server in the router and set the dynamic IP assigning on WLAN notebook interface. 4) Select your home WLAN SSID in the list and try to connect. 5) Wait and check status. Is WLAN connected? Does obtain the notebook an IP address? 6) In success case set the WLAN security.
Make sure that you have the correct card for your wireless network. Ususally when you get network cards from people like at&t, you pay for it monthly, which you get the wireless signal from a satilitte. Since it ins;t working, you should return it or have them repair it until it works.
you can increase the RX-TX power of your router. Some routers come with option that you can increase the range of them not. However Open source solutions are doing well like www.dd-wrt.com depends on your router it can cascade the the range many times. Alternate solution is to get 2X - 4X Range WiFi adaptors that can be extended by booster antennas. Good Luck
heres what you should do, 1. reset the router from the liitle reset button on the back of router. 2. hook up the laptop wired into the router to set up your network from scratch. 3. write down all admin/wireless settings pertaining to security. 4. after you have all settings set right, reboot the router. 5. reboot all pc's on your LAN/WLAN, and if all planets are in alignment they will all be assigned an address by dhcp and you will be happy.
I noticed you said you had an wrt-54gs, if you have version 1, 2, 3, or 4 then you might be interested in turning that router into a super router. check out this link http://www.dd-wrt.com - wiki here - http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php?title=DD-WRT_Docu_(EN)
this is firmware that is like steroids for your router. Hope this helps.