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Hi, Restore your computer to the last restore point before it froze using system restore. This should reset the computer where everything was working properly. Hard shut downs can corrupt files and drivers. Also do a full virus scan to make sure your system is clean. Robert
* Click Start
* Click Control Panel
* Select Network and Internet Connections
* The Network and Internet Connections window will appear:
Select the Network Connections icon
* The Network Connections window will appear:
Double click on Local Area Connection
* The Local Area Connection window will appear:
Select the General tab and click, or highlight Internet Protocol and press Properties
* The TCP/IP Properties window will appear:
* Make sure that both the Obtain an IP Address Automatically and Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically are selected, or checked.
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Your problem may appear from a not properly enabled WLAN card. Make sure the Wi-Fi swithc is in ON position and on your laptop keyboard try the FN+F8 combination to have displayed the wireless card status. The WLAN card has to be ENABLED to be able to connect to the Internet. The combination done will make appear on your display a window with some options available; choose that option that enables your wireless card. Also check in your computer's DEVICE MANAGER if your WLAN card is working properly. To do so follow these simple steps: 1. START and click on SYSTEM; 2. in SYSTEM option click on DEVICE MANAGER; 3. on DEVICE MANAGER option go at NETWORK ADAPTERS and see if there your wireless card is indicated and it shows that it is working PROPERLY; 4. if an UNKNOWN DEVICE is indicated then try to find the right driver for you notebook model and WLAN card model; 5. install the driver then REBOOT and recheck in DEVICE MANAGER if your WLAN card is displayed properly this time.
Please check in the Network connection whether the Connection status shows Limited/Local only. If in case the it shows Limited Only, then follow the steps: 1) Unistall Network Driver and restart then Reinstall the Network Driver. 2) Installed Updated Driver from the Manufacture Site. restart. 3) This should resolve the issue. If the connection status show Connected/ Internet. Then Configure the Wireless connection, by accessing the Router. Check the Router configuration and computer's configuration,.
you need is installed all the software drivers built in wireless
lancard, first you download the installer on this web site>
(http://www.acer.com) and find the compatible to windows installer and that
download that follows, good luck
and under network adapter click on to the plus sign and then in the drop down menu look for local area network if it has a red mark then right click on to it and enable it and u would be able to connect ,if not then u can contact me on fixya