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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Same wi-fi problem
If you have a manually configured IP address trying to access a Network where IP addresses are automatically configured, that could be a problem. secondly, if you're running Windows XP, there was once a network connection issue that the OS used to have where it would show a normal connection yet it was unable to communicate or would show a 'limited or no connectivity' sign even when the link was alright. I have used the application provided on the following link, I hope you'll have just as much luck http://www.snapfiles.com/get/winsockxpfix.html
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
here is the download link for your Wi-Fi driver
For Windows Vista :
For Windows 7 :
Download and install the driver according to your operating system.
Your Wi-Fi will work fine now.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
I suggest to reinstall the wireless card driver first ..just in case, this will solve any driver issues and will make it functional in case the driver or the setting are corrupted..
To download the driver in case you do not have it on disk or saved somewhere ..just go to acer.com ...select downloads ...drivers and select the model and operation system you use..
download the wifi driver ..run it again ..and after that restart ..and try to make the connection again ...Check the wireless card in device manager to see if it shows in order ...and did not appear in yellow which indicates driver related issues..
also be sure you have network signal ..and the router is functional ..in case other computer is working with this network ..check to see if the connection actually works ..
To redo the connection ..just open the settings for wireless...and click scan for networks ...In the list of available connections ..select yours..and click connect ..insert password if needed.
Good luck !
Posted on Dec 02, 2011
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