Question about Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook
Hi, you should be able to see the wireless button on the laptop keyboard if it does not stay on there could be a problem with the wireless lan
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
it doesn't have to be on for you to install drivers, you can install drivers directly on the device manager.
-Manually installing a driver is easy, you will need to manually install a driver for various reasons, the main one is driver updates.
-Go to start>control panel and click systems. Go to the hardware tab and click device manager. Look for the device you want to update the driver for and double click it. Go to the driver tab and click on update driver.
-A screen will pop up like in the automatic install. Select "install for a list or specific location" this time and click next. Uncheck "search removable media" and check "include this location in search". Click the browse button and go to the directory where you saved your new driver. (if its on CD just search removable media and it will find it).
-Click next and it will attempt to install the driver. Once done click next and your new driver is install. A reboot might be required for the device to work properly.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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