My Acer Aspire 4310 wireless connection is not installed properly. My networks adapter under device manager was in exaclamation yellow signed. my Network adapter listed : 1394 Net Adapter Broadcom 802.11g Network Adapter -With Exclamation yellow point. Broadcom Netlink (TM) Gigabit Ethernet how can i fixed these problem..please help.
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When you plugged in the ethernet cable, does it show on your windows tray (lower right corner of the screen) that the LAN is connected? It should show you "Connected" if you hover your mouse on the LAN icon.
Try also to plug in the ethernet cable to a different port on the router, and that the port number on the router is showing a solid green led light.
If all has been observed and still you cannot connect, look if the network adapter for your lan is working. RIGHT click your My Computer or "Computer" and select Manage. The Computer Management window will open. Click on the Device Manager on the left to show the list of devices on the right. Look for Network Adapters and click the + sign. See if your LAN adapter is not showing any yellow exclamation point. Also, right click on it and select Properties. You should see the device is working properly under status.
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adapter driver is missing, this method is not completely downloaded the wireless lan driver... you download the software driver properly with all the support-in motherboard chipsets... to make it sure that the laptop is recognized the wireless lan card inside. Good luck! Im sure you a CD Disc Utility for the ACER Aspire 4310..
Try to check on the device manager if the wireless adapter and the ethernet adapters were installed properly. If it appears with a questionmark, uninstall it and try reinstalling it without the ethernet cable connected.
If you are using Vista system, after installing the adapters, go to the network connections and just click on tcp/ip then click on properties. Exit from the window by clicking ok until all windows will be closed for the network connections. Reboot your pc and try if you can obtain a connection.
It's possible that the driver for your wireless adapter is already installed. Check under Device Manager > Network Adapters if there is anything pertaining to your wireless adapter. Make sure that your wireless adapter (under Device manager > Network adapters) does not have any red X or yellow question mark.
Red X indicated that it's disabled , while yellow question mark will suggest that you need to update the driver. If your wireless adapter is working properly under Device Manager > Network adapters then you will need to configure it's utility for wireless connection.
If you are running windows XP, look for the wireless icon in the lower right side of your task bar and use it to connect to your preferred network.