I have Medion MIM 2120 and whenever I try to connect it wireless connection and press Function +F1, nothing happen...?:( please let me know how can I determine whether I have wireless device into my laptop or its something else? Or wireless connection option only works when we are in wireless connection area?
Re: Wireless connection problem with Medion MIM 2120
Hi..go and try to find the (Control Panel) then double click the icon of name is (Network Connections) then find the wireless LAN connection..if you have wireless connection u need configuration..if not no have wireless connection you need re-install the LAN card driver..Thanks and good luck..^_^
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What is it doing? Still not working could mean a lot of things!!! Is the computer connected to the wireless network? You've got to connect to the network before you can do anything. And most times the problem with connecting to the network is people key the network key or password wrong so the wireless just keeps on polling trying to connect.
Do you have the wireless turned on on the notepad? Sometimes there might be a wireless switch somewhere that you have to turn on. Also most times you can toggle the wireless On and Off by hitting the FN Function key and the corresponding F1 thru F12 key that toggles the wireless. Most times the correct F1 thru F12 key will have a wireless icon signal on it sorta like ))))) or it may show a tower with the signals. Once you find the correct F1 thru F12 key to press then Press and Hold the FN Function key then hit the correct F1 thru F12 key. If you look at your screen most times it will let you know if you've toggled the wireless by displaying Wireless On or Wireless Off.
Did you try to enable your wi-fi first by pressing the function key + F1 at the same time.
Have you seen any wireless connection you can connect, if not you are to signal are too low try playing your laptop location for higher signal.
try repairing your wireless connection by clicking troubleshoot problems on wireless signal.
Try disabling and enabling your network adapter to device manager.
just go to start in that you can find setting in that you can find network connection just click that it will open a new window in that window you can find the wireless network connection right click that and enable it will work fine
By holding down the function key and pressing the F1 button (the one with the triangle with a line drawn through it 'wifi symbol' ) it turns the wifi card on and you are able to refresh the network list and see the networks available to you.
Not sure what type of laptop you have, but look at the function keys on your keyboard (F1, F2, F3). Normally one of those will have an Antennae looking icon, if so then press your fn key and that key and it should turn it on.
i looked for a solution:By holding down the function key and pressing the F1 button (the one with the triangle with a line drawn through it 'wifi symbol' ) it turns the wifi card on and you are able to refresh the network list and see the networks available to you.
i hope it helps...
press the blue button botton left of the keyboard that says Fn (function)
at the same time press F1 this will enable the laptops wireless connection, this should be shown by the light 2nd from the right