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Scaleo T running windows XP no wireless internet acces, got it used, don't know wether anything has (yet) to be installed in order to go wireless internet

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This computer takes a hard wire connection to get online. You may be able to install a wireless card though

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SOURCE: WZC for Wireless (ZyXel)

1. Click Start and Run
2. Type into the Run box "services.msc" (without the quotation).
3. Scroll down and look for the service Wireless Zero Configuration

Double Click on the Service, Screen Shot of the services
4. Make sure that it is Started and that the startup type is set to automatic.
Screen Shot of WZC
If the Service did not Started, or and is Not set to Automatic.
To Start the Service click on the Start button.
To set the service to automatic, click on the down arrow and change it to Automatic

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

SOURCE: Unable to connnect wirelessly thru gprs phone.

You need to connect first one system with the phone. have the proper software of the phone installed on the system and your system should detect it as a modem. you may need to contact your network provider for assistance. Once you have establish a connection on the first sytem and it culd browse, that is the time that you need to create an ad hoc under create a new connection. once you have established an ad hoc, let your other system detect it wirelessly and try to connect to it.
By the way GPRS is similar to dial up so if you have 2 systems online it is just like splitting your 56k connection speed and it could give you no browse at times.

Hope this helps...

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SOURCE: virus on pc. installed norton internet security.

Never before have I heard of a VIRUS installing ANTI-VIRUS software. I have had intermittent mouse problems before though. Thought it was a virus, as I interchanged with like 4 other (used) mouses (mice?) and there was no change. Found a fifth used mouse-a genuine Microsoft mouse (I was running Vista 64bit Home Premium) and installed it and my mouse problem disappeared ("installing new device"). I couldn't figure it out for the longest time, (still can't), I'm just glad it cleared up.
I run AVG FREE antivirus software and Ad-Aware anti-spyware (also FREE). I run both of those at least once a week, in addition to defragmenting once a week, haven't had a problem since.

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Desktop computers do not usually have a wireless card installed. They will have a built-in LAN card that uses a LAN cable.
If you want to connect your computer using a wireless connection then you will need to install a wireless card in your computer and configure it to communicate with your wireless router.
Otherwise you can connect to your wireless router using a LAN cable.
Your wireless router may have built-in LAN ports and you can connect your computer to the wireless router using a network cable.

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Hi, I bought a TP-Link TL-WA701ND (Wireless Lite N Access Point) today, and am having troubles getting it to work. The Quick Installation Quide gives directions for Windows operating systems XP and Vista...


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My Windows XP installation has reached its half-life. (You do know that Windows has a half-life, don’t you? Every installation of Windows naturally degrades along a logarithmic curve until it becomes annoying, then unbearable, then unusable. Each successive revision of Windows has featured a slightly longer half-life. Back in the day, Windows 95 would last me about 3 months, while my copy of Windows XP has lasted me almost 9. I’m not bitter; when you realize that you’re measuring on a logarithmic scale, a factor of 3 improvement is really quite impressive.)
Still, the fact remains that my Windows XP laptop can no longer (a) print, (b) sleep, or (c) change network settings without crashing. This is not multiple choice; it can’t do any of those things. It’s time for a clean re-install.
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The T40 series model has several different types of wireless. It is most likely the wrong wireless card driver was installed. Download all the wireless card drivers and install one at a time until you get the right driver.

Go to the IBM/Lenovo WEB site - support/download page and download the latest Windows XP or Vista device drivers for your model computer, Use this link :-
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You can download the various drivers and then you click on and run the various driver files, they will then unzip and expand into a folder on C:\drivers Then install the various drivers from this folder.

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Go to Control panel > Internet Options> Connections tab >
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If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
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I just bought a 4720. Iy has windows vista. I also have an old Toshiba sattelite with windows xp. To connect to the internet the toshiba works every time. The new acer sometimes does but mostly does not....


You will have several problems to install Windows XP in a computer designed to use Vista. I personally don´t think it´s fair.
But your problem possibly is not related with the OS. Are you using a wireless router? If yes, the problem may be your 4720´s wireless adapter (probably internal). You can test it by using another wireless network (most malls, shopping centers, airport or hotels have avaiable public wireless internet access).

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