Question about Packard Bell iMedia 6826 (P481000502) PC Desktop
If your computer finds a wireless connection in your house, and still won't connect, you probably need to enter the WPA or WEP codes to get through.
Check with your modem or router instructions for finding this code.
If you're just trying to connect on the fly, chances are most wireless points are secured, so if you don't have their access codes, you won't be able to connect.
And, of course, check to make sure your wireless function is even working. I had a laptop that said the port was fine, and I couldn't get it to connect. The wireless antenna inside the computer was bad, and too expensive to fix - so you'll need a wireless PCMCIA network card.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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