Today teh light on my wireless switch has not come on
Worked perfectly yesterday. Started up my machine but the wireless network indicator light does not come on. Have switched it off and on but no sign of life. Have rebooted both my machine and router etc... machine is only six months old. When I connect using ethernet I have no problem but wireless is much more convenient.... thank you!
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Goodmorning, I received Slick HP921 Wireless Headphones
yesterday I have perfectly utilized them yesterday but today I have no communication between the wireless transmitter and the wireless headphones without changing anything since yesterday. The wireless transmitter is turned on but it's not trasmitting. The headphones work perfectly with fm mode and also when i connected the single green plug with other devices ( pc, phone ). The problem should be in the wireless transmitter. What I have to do ?
After resetting it (pressing that inset button with a paperclip or pencil), try connecting to it with a wire (cat5 network patch cable). Login with the default of no username and "admin" password. If that doesn't work, it hasn't been reset yet (unless the manual tells you otherwise). Make sure the wireless is enabled AND that the SSID is set to broadcast, not remain hidden.
The internal network adaptor may be fragile, and not secured properly. However, I would not suggest you try to secure it as it may break.
So, just make sure your wireless LAN device driver is properly installed. TO check, right click my computer, properties, then "hardware" tab, then device manager. There, check for your driver under "Network Adaptors" and see if it is properly installed.
If it is not, you can re-install it from the company's support& download site.
If it is installed, go to a more experienced techician to securely fasten the internal network adaptor in place.
Check the hardware. Most network problems stem from improper software and hardware settings, but occasionally hardware failures are responsible. If a shared Internet connection seems to be down, try to watch a cable television channel if you have a cable modem or use the phone if you have DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) to see if the entire service is down. If it is, contact your ISP to see if there is a problem in your area. Check all cable connections and consider replacing Ethernet cables if the problem seems to be confined to a particular computer or device.
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