Question about Dell Latitude C610 Notebook
Go to control panel>network connections. Right-click wireless network connection. Click wireless networks. Delete all the wireless networks that you under preferred networks. Then click view wireless networks. Reconnect to the network you have at home. Enter the password/network key if prompted. If you are unsure of the password and you havent changed it before, it should be the 10-digit code on the bottom of the router at&t provided.
If you dont see the wireless networks tab, go to start>run. type services.msc. look for wireless zero configuration and make sure it's automatic and started. Go to control panel>network connections. Right-click wireless network connection. Click wireless networks.and check the box 'Use windows to configure my wireless connection'.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
Go to my computer right clik it then select properties.
then go to device manager go to network adapters.
in there u see device or devices right clik on them and enable all one bye one .
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