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Connection I have an NEC Versa (P570/M370) and although it shows i have an excellent internet wireless connection i cannot get the internet up. Also my Outlook cannot connect. It was running perfectly before, i have tried all the usual with the modems ect and they seem to be running perfectly. On my laptop i have a button that you have to turn on to connect, this seems to keep turning itself off all the time i an dont know how to adjust the setting if there is one. I have also contacted my service provider and they say that all is running fine. Getting very frustrated now!! I am not a computer wiz so if any one can help please use ''dummies'' speak. Thanks

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  • wombat31 Feb 07, 2009

    Thanks but made no difference



    Now it wont even find the wireless connection at all it is unavailable

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Possibly a Failing Battery...
Remove Your Laptops Battery, And Power On With AC Power alone... Then Try Wireless..
If It Works Again Normally, It's Your Battery Going Dead...

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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