Question about Dell Inspiron 1501 Notebook
Even though other computers in office or at home are able to connect wirelessly, my laptop is not. I have it search for existing networks, and it comes up saying there are none available when in fact there are.
To turn on press the FN button and the F2 button at the same time and you will see the wireless light go on. then you will find a wireless signal.
hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
Try this, go to Control Panel, Wireless networks. Delete all connection showing, if any. Once done, close and restart your computer. Retry your wireless connection.
If you card does not find any networks, you may need to turn the wireless card on. This can be done from the Start menu and then wireless setting. Good luck. (Re-post if you still have problems.)
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