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Any type of net dongles like idea netsetter ,mblaze ,airtel etc are not working in my dell laptop...me shows it to several dell service showroom...but they are also failed to repair it...first i thought it may the fault of usb drive...but its working in pendrives...when i connect any dongles it shows only that usb connected but not showing any fuctions that connect with net...what i do....please help me to resolve this problem...please....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check DEVICE MANAGER if the wireless card have the right driver installed. if you found that the wireless card have yellow exclamation point on the right it means, you installed a wrong driver.
check also in BIOS if the wireless card is enable and the switch is turn on.
press Fn+F2 to enable wireless radio/anthena (funtion key with wireless icon in blue color)
some dell laptop have hard switch located right side check this and turn the switch on.
if you want to see the icon n task bar, go to control panel....network connection...right click on wireless adapter...select properties...check Show on taskbar
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Looks to me like the battery is bad, try another battery if you can and see if the laptop charges it. If it does then the battery is bad, if it doesn't then its something with the motherboard.
Posted on May 21, 2009
SOURCE: Slow typing on screen
those proposed solutions disabling the pmcservice only works if you have a DELL laptop. The pcmservice is linked to the dell media direct. This service is not installed on other computers. I have no idea why this title says generic problem for all laptops when clearly it isn't.
I have yet to find the solution for the non-Dell computers after 3 hours of work on a HP laptop that is having the issue. Just uninstalled symantec corporate 10.2 to see if that was the issue and it is not. I've killed all startup services, checked registry items, malware scans, etc. and I'm kind of at a loss at the moment.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
You need a wireless adapter or an ethernet adapter - 1394 is firewire and used for connecting to video cameras and the like NOT for wireless
I suspect you will see some yellow ? or ! in device manager - and/or under network adapters
goto this site and download the network adapters
select your model
I have a link here directly to the drivers
I would suggest as you have re-installed XP - you may want to also download other drivers which may be needed on the laptop
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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