Question about Dell Latitude E6320 Computer (blct63s3) PC Notebook
I use my laptop either in home network or in company network. Each WiFi network has its own WEP key. In the past, there is no problem in both place. But few days ago, every morning I come to office and connect to company's network, I ever have to type the WEP key for company network and either for home network when I go back. I'm sure that I've check the "connect automatically" but the adapter couldn't recognize the WEP key automatically. Kindly let me know how to fix it. Thank you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try this, go to Control Panel, Wireless networks. Delete all connection showing, if any. Once done, close and restart your computer. Retry your wireless connection.
If you card does not find any networks, you may need to turn the wireless card on. This can be done from the Start menu and then wireless setting. Good luck. (Re-post if you still have problems.)
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
The 1390 WLAN Minicard may not be configured to communicate with your wireless router.
Check the wireless router settings, (check the wireless settings on your other computer) and configure the 1390 WLAN with the same settings eg. SSID, WEP/WAP encryption, etc.
Is MAC address filtering enabled on your wireless router, if so add the MAC address of the 1390 WLAN to the MAC address list in the wireless router.
Check the TCP/IP properties of the 1390 WLAN card the Internet protocol should not have a fixed IP address, set it to Obtain an IP address automatically including the DNS.
Use the Ipconfig command to see the IP configuration of the network cards.
Use the Ping command to see if you can communicate with wireless router.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
Have you run the Dell Diagnostics test? reboot the computer and hit the F12 key, scroll down to the diagnostic option and run the test, it will check hardware and memory etc.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Uninstall the existing drivers in device manager (RH click on my computer, go to manage, device manager.)
http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&releaseid=R174292&SystemID=INS_PNT_PM_1525&servicetag=&os=WLH&osl=en&deviceid=15680&devlib=0&typecnt=0&vercnt=1&catid=-1&impid=-1&formatcnt=1&libid=5&fileid=236824 (PASTE THIS LINK INTO YOU BROWSER)
Hard Drive Installation (via WinZip) with Setup.exe File for R174292.exe
1.Click Download Now, to download the file.
2.When the File Download window appears, click Save (Windows XP
users will click Save) this program to disk and click OK. The Save In:
3.From the Save In: field, click the down arrow then click to
select Desktop and click Save. The file will download to your desktop.
4.If the Download Complete window appears, click Close. The file
icon appears on your desktop.
1.Double-click the new icon on the desktop labeled R174292.exe.
2.The Self-Extracting window appears and prompts you to extract or
unzip to C:\DELL\DRIVERS\R174292. Write down this path so the executable (I.e.
Setup.exe) file can be found later.
3.The Self-Extractor window appears.
5.After completing the file extraction, if the Self-Extractor
window is still open, close it.
6.Click the Start button and then click Run.
7.Type C:\DELL\DRIVERS\R174292 in the Open textbox and then click OK.
8.Follow the on-screen installation instructions.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Open your d-link software and click on repair...that will release and refresh your network connection.
If you are using Microsoft for connecting, right click one the icon bottom right, and also click repair.
And one more thing to try should that fail, unplug your modem from it's power supply for one full minute and then plug it back in. When the top lights are green and solid (not blinking) Reboot your computer and check to see if you are on line.
Now if that fails, call your ISP, (Internet service provider) for help. They can take over your machine and in two minutes make the necessary connections and corrections. They are really excellent at this and too, you are paying for the SERVICE, correct.
Please leave rating, thank you knidly
Posted on May 07, 2009
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