I know it's rather dated but I bought this NEC Versa FX (Model: VF2A7AA-000-000) laptop recently and the previous owner had wireless internet service for it. It uses Windows XP. Once I received it Sierra Wireless support told me the wireless card was obsolete that came with the laptop. I would be perfectly fine with connecting to the internet through my DSL line but I can't fit a phone line into the laptop section that usually would take it. Is it supposed to be like that? Is there anyway that I can get on-line with this laptop?
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You download the drivers from the NEC WEB site, make sure you select your model laptop/computr and the correct XP or Vista version of the drivers.
Use this link : http://www.nec-computers.co.uk/support/
There will be no dial tone for wireless access as you do not use a dial up modem. Rather you should be seeing a signal strength indicator, usually in the lower right hand corner of your desktop. If you have purchased wireless access from your ISP you should have a wireless access point that the USB wireless adapter will receive the signal from. Follow your ISP's instructions for setting up wireless access. If your provider is Sierra Wireless here is a link to their support page. Click Here
Here is a link to the NetGear support page for the USB adapter. Click Here
You have to scan the drive(s) for more virus.
If u recently install any new hardware disconnect it until u finish load windows service pk 2.
Or try again re-installing windows remembering not to plug in any cards etc.