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Wireless Internet using Vista Operating System

I have recently purchased a new laptop with Vista OS on it. I have tried to connect to wireless network in my office and via hotspots at airports, but I receive a message that I cannot connect and that 'wireless' is not activated. Does Vista have some special security that is difficult to work around?

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  • insightsafet Oct 23, 2008

    What does 'activated' mean - I have the switch on and the symbol for wireless is lit up on the keyboard - is there something else?

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I had the same issue and found that my wireless router was not Vista compatible. Bought a new router and problem solved. Make sure that new router is compatible for Vista obviously

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Make shoure your wireless account has been activated or finish or the contact person who mange your wireless administration

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    sandip panchal Oct 23, 2008

    ya but u have to connect it bye click on wireless network icon in right side in conner doble click on wireless network sech for newrok & doble click on it then u can connact it

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