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How to connect to the internett? Does it have built in bluetooth? I don't have a wireless router yet but i do have a lap top
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the wireless switch is a button on the front of the casing, which is in the form of a push button which lights up orange or a little slider button.
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
expand a little please as the BT cd is for the connection to your broadband, is there not a seperate cdrom for the driver of your wireless card, which card are you using and which router, and whats the number?
Posted on Sep 16, 2007
make sure that your wireless or wifi light is on,you may try to press Fn and F2 at the same time to enable or swith on wireless..if wifi is already on,try going to start >> control panel >> network connections,go to wireless network connection and double click it, it will give you a list of wireless network,or right click and then "view available wireless network", if you get an error that windows cannot configure wireless connection,go to start >> all programs >> loo for either dell wlan utility or intel pro wireless, by opening that app,it will also search for wireless network in range,just double click on the network name where you want to connect and you sould be connected provided that "wireless network" doesnt have encryption like wpa or wep key..if your connecting to your home network,you should have wireless router at home and wireless is enabled on the router.
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
This may be a problem with your ISP and not your computer. You say the same thing happens when you are hard wired to the Internet via a cable. Get a friend to come over with a laptop and try it on your cable. If it still has problems then it is the ISP and not the computer.
Call your ISP and let them know their service is not working. It could also be the router that is not providing a reliable signal. If that router is supplied by your ISP, have them replace it.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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