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I have 2 laptops. One my my laptops (Inspiron 2200 Dell running on Windows XP home edition ) was working well until suddenly it would not connect to wireless internet. I am currently on my second laptop and internet works fine, i have checked my router and modem quite the few times. Any help?

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On your inspiron 2200...
1) click "start", "run", and type "services.msc"
2) select "wireless zero" at the bottom and check if it set to "automatic"
3) make sure that "wireless zero" is set to "start"
4) turn on inspiron 2200 wireless switch
5) right click wireless icon near to your computer's system time
6) click "view available wireless networks"
7) check if your wireless name is visible

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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