Question about Computers & Internet
Do you know now the password for your wireless??
If no then on the PC/laptop that it was orginally installed-click on start and run and type cmd which will open up command prompt.
Type in the black box -ipconfig...
Whatever the IP address is for your default gateway type it in Internet explorer which will open up your wireless router settings and you should be able to open up wireless security and find out what your password is..
When this is done disconnect from your wireless on the dell laptop and after disconnecting connect to your wireless again and enter your password and see if that fixes things.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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