Question about IBM ThinkPad R40 2722 Notebook
I restored my computer to the factory settings and now it won't connect to wireless signals. Is it something to do with the the IP address? I have no clue how to get back on the internet.
Oh, wireless Internet? You restored it? Did you install a different operating system? Or had you installed one before resetting? A change of OS may result in the deletion of particular drivers.
Go to the manufacturer's website. There, search for your model's support and download the drivers you want, for instance, the wireless network adapter drivers. Also, check your sound.
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