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How do i turn on the wireless connection on my averatec buddy

Wwwhen I try to go online I get a message tha the wirless swithch must be turned on and then refresh the list of possible networks

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I need to program my notebook for wirwlee connections

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Hold down the Fn key, and hit F11.

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check if the led is turned on,if the lead is turned on make sure that the network card is not disabled . check it under network connections and see if it is disabled, enable it.

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it should either say A) No wireless were detected in the range ... if you get this message it means that you wifi is working fine on the laptop .. check if you can see the wifi turned on the router .

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try deleting the preferred networks and connect back again...
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Averatec buddy cant find wireless connections!?


Hi,
As far as i know the it's a keyboard toggle, hold down Fn and hit the F11 key.
Remember to update the driver once connected.


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I just turned my computer on and it is not recognizing my network. I get an error message "check to make sure the wireless switch on your computer is on" What wireless swithch?


There's a little switch, usually along one side, that slides back and forth. It will completely disable wireless. It is there for using your laptop on an airplane, or if you just want to make sure you are not connecting to wireless network. Check closely all around the laptop and you should find it.

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WLAN switch button does not work


Locate your wireless card compartment on your computer. It is probably on the back of it. Your computer manual should tell you where it is. Open the compartment and locate your wlan card. Remove it from your laptop for about 30 seconds, and then reinsert it and make sure that the proper connections to it are firm and secure. Close up the compartment. Turn on your laptop. Your laptop should search and recognize it. If it doesn't, then your wireless card probably quit working on you. If your computer is still under warranty, and if it doesn't recognize it after you have tried this, then you can contact your computer manufacturer and explain to them what happened. They should replace your wireless card at no charge. If you bought the wireless card from some other store, then take it to them and explain to them, and ask for a replacement wireless card.

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Wireless switch


Try Fn+F11. It worked for my friend who had the same problem on an Averatec n1000.

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