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Can't turn on wifi

My new "wireless" modem only works with my aspire 3002 laptop when connected via the ethernet cable. I've checked with the supplier and it's fine on their side. My laptop says wifi compliant but when I try to turn on the clear button it says no device. Help!

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    My Acer Aspire 7520 connects to my modem via wifi, but does not work. Yet I can acess it if the cable is connected. Why?

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That model does not have a wireless card, it just has the aierals inside the unit just incase you wanted to fit one. they are easy to fit and really cheap off ebay :-)

Posted on Oct 11, 2007

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You should have ACER Empower installed, so check that the wireless adapter is enabled, or press F2 on start up and look in the bios for the onboard wireless adapter and see if its enabled. If non of the above make any difference look in control panel>system>device manager>hardwre tab and look down the list for an exclamation mark, if you find one then the driver for the wireless is not installed, hence showing no device. If that does not work either then there is a possibilty that the wireless card is faulty.

Posted on Sep 26, 2007

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If your PC is connected via Ethernet port to the "modem" and Orange's "modem" is a single Ethernet output port, you would need an AP/Router (Wireless since I am presuming the your daughter's laptop would be accessing the Internet wirelessly) such as the LinkSys WRT54G.

If your PC is connected via USB port to the "modem" and Orange's "modem" has only a USB output port (no Ethernet), you need to make your PC as the default gateway/software router and share your PC's Internet connection. If you are connecting your daughter's laptop using Ethernet cable, then you don't need a WiFi AP/Router but an ordinary hub. If on the other hand the new laptop would connect wirelessly, you would still need something like the WRT54G.

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