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WLAN connection I'm not able to connect the WLAN on my laptop to my wireless internet router. It just keeps saying that the WLAN is disconnected.

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  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2007

    Black with the Acer logo on the cover

  • enjolie Nov 10, 2007

    i restored my compaq v2000 and eversince then it tells me that the lan is disabled and wont let me enable it..the ethernet port isnt even working

  • Anonymous Nov 13, 2007

    I'm having trouble setting up my aspire 3680 and a belki 54 wireless router it comes up- the wireless security settings on this computer do not match the settings on the belkin 54 g. Please could you advise on how to set this please.

  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2007

    Acer 2680-2682. Worked for 30 days until I found out that the Vista Upgrade disc that came with the computer was just a 30day trial with no method of uninstallation. Got reinstall discs from ACER. Now it sees wireless networks, connects and immediatly disconnects saying network unavailable. LAN works fine. All firewall settings are turned off.

  • wheelmanhwy3 Mar 27, 2008

    worked fine for 45 days, then began to fail to find wireless router, turn on and off switch for 802.11b, within a week i then had to go into control panel wireless and get it to connect , now the light comes on but cant find wireless router at all...

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If you have an Acer Aspire running windows Vista, make sure you enable security as a minimum of WAP on the router; when I did, the network connection worked.

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Make sure that your wireless network card works.go to the settings of your router and set: wireless network mode:802.11b(or what your car supports) wireless network name:name Wireless SSID Broadcast:enabled Security Mode:wep wep key:write something create a new connection to your laptop with the above settings

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