Question about Dell Latitude E6400 Laptop Computer PC Desktop
First, go to device manager and see if it was detected. Then, go to the properties and check out to see if it is working.
Next, go to command line by typing cmd in the run dialogue box and type ipconfig /all
If you get a mac address from the network card, then go ping 127.0.0.1 and see if TCP/IP is installed correctly.
If the device manager detects the card, and when you ping 127.0.0.1 and get a response, then the problem isn't the actual wireless card.
If this happens, do a windows system restore to when it was working. Then, if you have to, do a destructive system restore. If it still doesn't detect the card, then the problem is with the wireless card and it needs to be replaced.
Contact the laptop manufacturer to see where the closest repair depot is.
If you have done all of these and still can't get the wireless activemore than likely the ping the mac address of the Just go to command line and type ipconfig /all
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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