Unable to access the internet from the on-board Wlan switch
I have an Evesham Voyager 8317. The built in wireless is not functioning when I switch it on. I think it might only need the driver for it but I can't seem to find the make or model to then find the driver software for it.
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Try looking on the physical part of the laptop on the front or around the sides you should see either a small swith that slides or a small button with the typical wireless picture on it try pushing the button in. Also you should check in your network adapters to make sure its on. You can check this by going to Start>Control Panel>Network Connections. If you have anymore questions or need some in detail answers email me back.
I can't find any info about that laptop on the internet. If you have xp, go to start menu, control panel, network connections and see if you have a wireless internet connection in there. If not, you do not have a wireless card in your laptop. If you do have that connection, right click to enable it. Please rate, thanks!
Try finding a wireless switch. if you cant find it on any side of the laptop, then check the keyboard for a key indicating wireless. On most laptops you press that key in combination with another one labeled fn in blue
try updating the driver for the wireless card or uninstalling it then reinstall it what version of windows?? vista has a problem with wireless routers loosing connection randomly because of the broadcast flag in the registry ... if you have vista might be worth looking into if the driver isnt it
The Voyager would have been even faster with more than the supplied 512MB of memory - you can't upgrade this yourself, but Evesham will supply 1GB as standard for an extra £89. http://www.evesham.com with the limmitted memory capacity, i would definitely turn off all unused open programs and services you dont need in windows. you may do this and realize you don't need more memory.