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I cannot connect to the internet because no wireless networks show up as being available. My wireless device is onmbut when I go to the place where it should show wireless available networks, no networks show up on the list. My model number is CX2619.

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I had a power failure while I was sleeping one night and the computer shut down along with my wireless. I had to setup my wireless all over again. If you still have your installation manual, just install it again and it should work. its a hassle but sometimes you have to. Good Luck.

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How do I connect my Sylvania scrapbook to wifi


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Boot up the Sylvania scrapbook by pushing the manual switch below the screen. Push the F9 key to turn on the Wi-Fi on the device.



Step 2:

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Step 3:

Select the little wireless icon in the toolbar at the bottom; it looks like a small computer. Choose the "Wireless Information" tab. This will show the online status of the device, as in whether it has connected to the Internet. If you have checked the box beside this option, this tab also notifies you when new networks are available. If the status shows that you have connected, skip to Step 6.

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You may need to add your wireless router manually in the setup. Do this by choosing, "Add New." Obtain the necessary setup information from your wireless Internet provider. If you have an encrypted network, you will need to fill in that information about your router.



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1.- Try to find the wireless card switch (or button). Look the wireless led indicator, must be on.
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2.- If not works, go to device manager and look to your wireless device and turn the switch on and
off again. Look if the device is accepted without any sign. If the device get any sign then you
have problem with your wireless driver. If no sign. Open My Computer and then open networks
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3.- If the device is ok in device manager and the led indicator is on and you can access other
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options, then go to connections and there click on Lan settings. In the proxy section uncheck
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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/aximx51/en/om/om_en.pdf

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2 Tap Network Cards.
3 Choose either Internet or Work from the menu.
4 Choose the network card to connect to the network. For the
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5 Choose whether the network card assigns an IP address or receives an
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6 Enter the Server IP addresses if required and tap OK.
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1 Press the wireless button to enable wireless capability. The green LED
in the right top corner of the device indicates that the wireless
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2 Tap Start → Settings → Connections.
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