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Log into a wireless network, and then go to your e-mail and sign in to check your email.

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Does windows home edition on a laptop vista support Wi-fi please send me a email on umar_da_don@hotmail.com. Please reply only to my email as i do not chekc this


It depends on the "age" of the laptop.

Any "new" (within the last 3 to 5 years) laptop will have built-in wireless capability.

If you have a really-old laptop, then you would have to add-in a wireless adapter (either into a PCMCIA slot, or into a USB slot).

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It could be that wireless range is about 300 feet under the best conditions. And that the wireless signals do not penetrate brick,/concrete/stucco very well, especially if reinforced with rebar or wire. A different laptop will probably act just the same too.

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Possibly the best solution for moving the emails is not as much about a home network as it is about the method you use. I definitely enjoy having a home network because it allows me to share music and files between my computers and it allows me to give internet access to friends when they come over.

That being said, it sounds like you are using Outlook Express for your email and are going to be moving it to Vista's "Windows Mail", which is a repackaging of the same program.

To do this, you will have to export your email in a format that the Windows Mail in your new laptop can read. Luckily you aren't the first person to do this. Try this instructional page. The trick is that where this walkthrough assumes you will be moving the data in a thumb drive or other transportable device, if you had a home network set up you could save it directly to the shared directory of your new computer. That's the only difference.

After you have followed the instructions, make sure all of your email has imported properly and then delete it from the Windows XP laptop. Also, remember to delete from your thumb drive or other device the file you used to transfer the email over to the new computer.

If you don't already have wireless set up, it is probably the easiest and most friendly way to have a home network. Microsoft has a good starter introduction to it. But the basics are pretty basic. If you have DSL or Cable internet already and your "router" or modem doesn't already have a wireless router built in (no antennae), then you'll need a wireless router. Even if you don't have any DSL/Cable service you'll want a wireless router. Check out Netgear, 3Com, and Linksys for these.

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Wireless radio disabled


If you have a laptop and it has built in wireless adapter, it may have a switch or a button that you need to switch on in to turn on the wireless connection radio. Usually, it can be found on the sides or on the front panel of the laptop. On other laptops, you will need to hit some combination of keys on the laptop's keyboard to turn on the wireless connection radio, for example, Fn+F5. Please refer to the manual of your laptop for reference on how to turn on or enable its wireless radio.

By the way, what is the model of your laptop?

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If it cannot find any networks, check to see if there is a wireless on/off switch on the computer - look carefully some are well hidden. The switch turns the antenna on and off but windows still detects the network adapter and thinks everything is ok.

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Cant send or receive email after hooking up D-link wireless router.


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connect ur cable first,from ur laptop to ur router..then if it will function,unplug the cable then connect ur laptop to the router manually..

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try to go to safe mode by tapping F8 after the dell screen at startup, check if system can get a webpage.it is evident that your dad can connect to the internet because he can access and download his emails. Try to reset IE7 by clicking tools on IE7, then go to internet options, go to advanced tab, click reset button. If still if still could not connect, uninstall then reinstall anti virus sw.

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Does your computer connect to the Internet okay at other wireless locations? Make sure you have the latest drivers in your laptop for the wireless network adapter. You should also verify that you have the latest Windows updates installed.

Is your computer sometimes used in a business network?? If so, make sure the "use proxy" setting has been disabled in your browser when using the dlink router.

Check the D-link website at http://www.dlink.com/products/support.asp?pid=565&sec=0#firmware to verify that you are using the latest version of firmware on your router. If it has any known problems, a firmware upgrade could fix it.

Let me know if you need more details on any of these points. Hope this helps!

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