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Re: how do i troubleshoot a network card problem i have a
The problem can be caused because of the following reasons
1. The network card drivers are missing
2. The network card is disabled
3. Windows operating system is faulty
4. The network card is faulty
Use the following wizard to solve the problem http://tinyurl.com/5w9ezt
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1st : check if the wireless capability of your notebook is enabled. There might be a switch or button that needs to be pressed to enable the wireless capabilty of your notebook.
2nd : check the device manager if the wireless network card is listed with no question mark or exclamation point. if it has, then reinstall the driver.
3nd or the wireless card might loosen.. at the bottom of your notebook, you will find several screws there. look for a small box usually with 2 screws. Open that up and you should see a black and white cable connected to a small card. Ensure those 2 cables are connected. Ensure that the laptop is powered off when you do this. Then try it again.
You can turn on/off Bluetooth and Wireless using the Fnand F2 key. To enable or disable wireless networking, press <Fn><F2>. Turns on when a card with Bluetooth® wireless technology is enabled. NOTE: The card with Bluetooth wireless technology is an optional feature, so the ordered the card with your computer. For more information, see the documentation that came with your card. To turn off only the Bluetooth wireless technology functionality, right-click the area and click Disable Bluetooth Radio. To quickly enable or disable all wireless devices, press <Fn><F2>.
Please refer the page #69 to 74 for complete information on the Wireless and Blue-tooth
If your wireless router is configured with SSID, encryption, MAC address filtering (if enabled) etc. then the Dell wireless card needs to be configured with these settings to allow it to communicate with the wireless router.
Check the settings on your PC's wireless settings, and configure the Dell the same way.