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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi minhvantran2. The first step is to click your wireless button. It doesn’t look like a
button, but it is. It’s a little touch light that looks like a
satellite dish, located just above your Num Lock key. Make sure it’s
set to Wireless Lan enabled (should flash on the screen when you press
it). If it lights up, problem solved. If it reads enabled, but doesn’t
light up, then you’ve got just a couple more steps.
1) Go to Control Panel
2) Check to see that you are in “Control Panel Home” and not “Classic View”
3) Click on Network and Internet
4) Click on Network and Sharing Center
5) In the left column (small print) click on “Manage network connections”
6) Now look for your wireless connection.
To enable wireless:
1) Right click on your wireless connection
2) Click on Disable
3) A window will appear saying "Windows needs your permission". Click continue.
You should now see a pop up telling you to turn on wireless. Click on that pop up and it will "repair" the connection. This should solve your problem. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
You are not obligated to use Sprint. If you look at the first sentence it says "Optional Sprint....'
Yes you can use any carrier you want. Most new computers today come preload with AOL, Sprint, AT&T. In hopes you will choose one of them since it is already loaded, but not activated.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: wan connection
In newer laptops, turning on the WAN (wifi) radio receiver is done via keyboard key combination.
Look closely at the function keys. Do you see any wifi radio icon printed in orange or any color that is not similar to the normal key color? In some model, a wifi icon (looks like a wave like ")))" is in F2. Now pressing FN+F2 turns the wifi ON. Press and hold down the FN key and press F2 (or the key where the wifi icon is printed) to turn on your WAN.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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