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It means the router is configured for wireless access, but is not broadcasting or advertising the connection name. You can ignore it (it's harmless) or you can connect to the Cisco router and either look for an find the name, or turn on broadcasting.
If you don't have access to the router, you can try a 'sniffer' software to look at the wireless packets, but that's a bit complicated.
have you installed the wifi drivers compatable with your device and operating system? go to device manager find network adapters. update drivers and choose browse my computer and then choose let me pick from a list of drivers. then select from the lists given update driver and u should then be able to go into the control panel and under network and internet open network and sharing and manage wirless networks or change adapter setting
Ensure that the notebook is connected to the mains electricity -> Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore -> Restore my computer to an earlier time -> select a highlighted date on the Calendar to the left and an event in the Event Schedule to the right, that both predate/precede the loss of your WiFi connection -> Restore -> Allow system to restart on completion of restoration -> do not interrupt any part of the restore/restart process -> test launch your web browser -> www.adobe.com -> download and install the latest versions of Flash Player, Macromedia Shockwave and Adobe Air -> restart computer -> test launch browser again -> test ITV iPlayer. Advice for the future: - it is always better to download upgrades directly from the source websites rather than from Pop Ups. Third Party sites often contain downloads that are either older than the program you are trying to update, incompatible with your Operating System or Web Browser version or are simply corrupt files that do not necessarily consist all the necessary elements to install the upgrade successfully. Pop Ups can also be a gateway for viruses, masquerading as something beneficial to disguise any potentially detrimental impact.
I understood your problem...first check your laptop WIFI is on/off....after switching it on it automatically search for WIFI connectivity arround you...
If your father's laptop find/access that WIFI device then you have problem in code authentication....best solution is that you should remove authentication check....before connecting ..
Second thing is that such a problem cause due to improper installation of of wirless broadcom drivers for your eMachine e350......so ultimately you should re-install wifi drivers from provided CD/DVD...
Restart your device it automatically detect hardware and functions properly...
Thank you for giving me opportunity to solve your problem.
install the latest BIOS and latest wireless drivers for this issue
from the http://support.dell.com
still if the problem persist call dell support and inform the issue they will replace the wireless card
some eeepcs have an auto-down load facility that upgrades certain items(firefox for example) andother items ,i found once i had upgraded these items the wi-fi wouldnt enable as efficiently as before--i can't point you to specific code but if you re-install the OS(Linux Xandros) from base and switch off the updates,by going to "settings" then choose "installing/removing software" then choose "preferences" you can partially stop these auto-downloads and from a new base configuration install you might find your wi-fi works again. press F9 whilst booting to get to the install OS screen ,you will have three choices whichever you choose (highlight) then press "E" then press "B" and this is how you re-install