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PCCARD-PHOTON1 won't enable

Wireless adapter has red x on it and when I select enable it does nothing.

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SOURCE: Cant activate PCCARD-PHOTON1 in Symbol MC9090

First thing is to run the wireless utility.

Start >> Programs >> Fusion >> WCLAUNCH

Once thats running an icon will apear in the task bar.

Click the icon and select "Enable Radio"

If you need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:-

helpdesk@biastechnology.com or TEL 01202 620955
http://www.biastechnology.com/

Posted on Dec 15, 2009

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It is ok if the driver is not digitally signed. There's no need to worry.

To enable the adapter:
  1. Click on the Windows Start button
  2. Type in "network"
  3. Open "Network and Sharing Center"
  4. On the left bar, click on "Change Adapter Settings"
  5. Select your wireless adapter
  6. Right click on the wireless adapter then select Enable.
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Hi Swidermyre,

Good day!

I understand that you are having issues connecting to your wireless service.

Here are some troubleshooing steps to resolve your issue.

1. Toggle on your wireless switch.

2. Turn off your wireless router and turn it back on. Toggle on your wireless switch again and then try to connect to the internet.

3. Go to Control Panel and click Network connections.
Do you see " wireless area connection"? If so, right click on it then click on repair.

If the status is connected, try to access any website to check if it was working.
You got an error message, please proceed to number4.

4. How to check if your wireless adapter is disabled.
For windows XP and below:

a. Right click on the my computer icon and select on properties.
b. Click on Hardware then select on Device manager.
c. Look for network adapters. Click on the option with WLAN or 802
d. Check if it has a red X mark beside it, if so, right click and select on enable.
Try to access internet again (if same issue, please reinstall your wireless driver)

How to reinstall wireless drivers:

(Caution: some drivers are not installed as a package on computers, depending on your laptop,
you might need to download it online)

a. Right click on the my computer icon and select on properties.
b. Click on Hardware then select on Device manager.
c. Look for network adapters. Click on the option with WLAN or 802.11
d. Right click on the wireless driver and select on uninstall
e. Restart your computer and the driver should be automatically installed.

How to check if your wireless adapter is disabled.
For windows vista and windows 7:

1. Click on Start or on the windows orb then select on control panel.
2. Select Device Manager.
3. Look for Network adapters and look for an option with WLAN or 802.11.
4. Check if it has a red X mark beside it, if so, right click and select on enable.
Try to access internet again (if same issue, please reinstall your wireless driver)

How to uninstall wireless driver in windows vista and windows 7:

(Caution: some drivers are not installed as a package on computers, depending on your laptop,
you might need to download it online)

a. Click on Start or on the windows orb then select on control panel.
b. Select Device Manager.
c. Look for network adapters. Click on the option with WLAN or 802
d. Right click on the wireless driver and select on uninstall
e. Restart your computer and the driver should be automatically installed.


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I hope this helps,

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Hi,

With the provided information - nothing could be concluded with regards to where the issue is.. however try the below steps .. this should work

Step 1 :
> click on start (assuming it to be a windows OS)
> right click on "my computer" and select "Properties"
> you will have the system Properties window pop-up
> under the Hardware tab, click on Device manager button
> under the device manager list look for network adapters
> you should now be able to see your wireless card under network adapter - check if the adapter is enabled ( if not kindly enable by right clicking on the adapter)
> once the adapter is active - it will have a green icon with not error on it.
> close all the windows opened till now
Step 2 :
> click on start
> Select Run - new window will pop-up
> type "Services.msc" - new window pops up
> scroll down to the bottom of the list
> right click on "Wireless Zero Configuration" and Start (if not already started)/Restart the service.
> now close all the windows and search for wireless networks again
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Use a computer to access the setup page of the belkin router. In a web browser's address bar type: 192.168.2.1.

It will prompt you to enter your router password. By default, just leave the password blank.

Once you are on the setup page, go to the wireless tab. Take note of the SSID, Broadcast SSID should be enabled.

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Now, on your XBOX, go to System -> Network Settings -> Edit Settings."

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I would check in Device Manager to see if the card is displayed.

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2. Go to the "HARDWARE" tab and select "DEVICE MANAGER"
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