Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
I just installed a new hard drive into the computer and put back on all the software but the wireless won't show up. When I try to set up a wireless connection it doesn't even give me the option. I finally have got the signal icon to show up but when I click on it there is nothing in there and it says that there are no supported wireless adapters available in the system.
Check the control panel their should be a icon in there for wireless. Click on that and follow the steps. I had the same problem and for some reason it started working when I use that icon.
I hope this helps, please rate.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
hi, your laptop led`s are also there for diagnostic purposes, if the caps lock and scroll lock (the one on right of caps) are flashing before going off, it means your system is not detecting the RAM so either your ram has failed or the motherboard is faulty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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