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Internet connection intermittently drops out, requires reboot

Even when lan and wifi adapters are disabled/re-enabled. even though all other (10+) computers on network are functioning perfectly.

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You can try reboot

Posted on Mar 26, 2014

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Your office network is probably hidden you will need to change the settings on the router. Talk to your Net Admin about it.

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SOURCE: wireless card in E1505 Dell not finding networks in range

The 1390 WLAN Minicard may not be configured to communicate with your wireless router.
Check the wireless router settings, (check the wireless settings on your other computer) and configure the 1390 WLAN with the same settings eg. SSID, WEP/WAP encryption, etc.
Is MAC address filtering enabled on your wireless router, if so add the MAC address of the 1390 WLAN to the MAC address list in the wireless router.

Check the TCP/IP properties of the 1390 WLAN card the Internet protocol should not have a fixed IP address, set it to Obtain an IP address automatically including the DNS.

Use the Ipconfig command to see the IP configuration of the network cards.

Use the Ping command to see if you can communicate with wireless router.

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you can go here
http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/driverslist.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&ServiceTag=&SystemID=INSPIRON1300/B130&os=WW1&osl=en&catid=&impid=

you might be able to put in your service tag and it will tell you the one you have or you can click the plus sign next to where it says network on the page and and download a couple and try them.

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SOURCE: Dell inspiron E1505 cannot connect to internet

A hardware error usualy indicated a bad network cable or a bad network card. Have you tried using a different Cable?

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