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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wireless internet connection
First step - Enable your wireless hardware by switching it on some models have a separate switch or with the keyboard
Second step - Check your wireless zero configuration service under adminitration tools ->services is running or its managed by another software supplied along with your laptop - enable it. one only works at a time.
third step - go to your network connections choose wireless connection and right click properties double click on Internet protocol TCP/IP and see there is any IP manually inserted change it to automatically obtain IP address
Four step - Open your Internet Explorer and enjoy wireless internet.
Note. Some laptop required to create profiles prior to connect to wireless but from your post i hope your laptop is not one of them
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
Check that if there is Static ip configured on your Lan-Card...
if yes.. then you need to configure the IP addresses manually for W-LAN as well.
One more thing; if Lan-card is not configured with static IP then
make sure your W-lan IP seting is on "obtain Ip automatically"
Here is the way to do this....
Click on the start orb to open a list of programs and content. The start menu has been replaced by the “start orb” which still gives you the same functionality as the start button from previous OS versions, but consumes less screen real estate.
Right click on “Network” and go to properties. That opens the “Network and Sharing Center” which is your central office for anything pertaining to (just as it says) networking or sharing resources.
On the left hand column you want to click on “Manage Network Connections.”
This opens the Network Connections Window which you will find familiar to Windows 2000/XP. It will list all of your NICs or Wireless Connections.
Right click and go to properties of the connection you would like to statically assign. You will now be prompted for an administrative password. This is part of Microsoft’s new User Account Control (UAC) which will help unauthorized changes to your systems.
Once you have authenticated you will see the properties of the selected network connection.
The properties screen is very similar to what you’ve seen in the past, but one thing you will likely notice is by default Windows Vista supports IPv6. If you’re on a corporate or government network that is running IPv6 you can fill in your IP information there.
Otherwise, you will select Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) and click properties. Now you will be able to Choose the option "Obtain Ip adress automaticlay"
Close the Network Connections Window
Let me know if this helps.. Good luck...
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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