Question about Dell Inspiron 14R Laptop Computer (Intel CORE I3 370M GB3GB) (fndom13b1) PC Notebook
Removing wireless card
Under one of the covers on the base.
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
Testimonial: "Ummm, the only cover on the base is for the DDR3 memory. No other hatch is present. I have since checked Dell's site and found a script explaining that it is under the palm rest to one side of the touchpad. Thank you so much for responding to my question, though."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are lots of problems of using wireless LANs in metal buildings, especially if you are trying to go outside the building and into another building. What I have had to do where I work is put an external antenna on the wireless router and use that to transmit the signal beyond the metal shell of the building.
If that still does not yeild satisfactory results, you can set up another wireless router in the "home" location with an external antenna to act as a recieving point for the other router in the office ... essentially this is setting up a site to site network. With both routers working together you should resolve the wireless drop out issue.
Bestbuy also sells a Wireless Booster, this works the same way as I explained with using two routers however if you go that route be sure you have the option to either add an antenna or you can place it near a window (glass cuts down on your signal than steel).
If this fails look at replacing the wireless card; this setup will still provide benefical even if you need to replace the card as it will provide stronger signals in stormy weather as well.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
find switch on laptop it is wi fi network adapter switch on laptop turn on it.
Then also check your wi fi drivers are installed.
if driver are not install for wi fi downlaod from here in netwrok
then install wi fi then check.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
open bottom of laptop where ram and cpu is located usully in middle 2/3 screws there should be a slot arouns an inch long on board that this slots into however does your laptop have the wireless cables that run from motherboard to hinges that hold screen in place usually black1 and grey 1 which are main and aux grey is usually main
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
is ur WIFI connected thru USB ?
then ur USB is losing power...
check if ur USB setting...
go to Device Manager/USB Serial Bus/USB root hub...
go to each ports one by one....right click on each check properties...check Power Mgt tab....
remove the Tick in the box that says "Allow computer to save power'....
close Device Manager/ Shutdown and restart....
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
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