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Re: regarding the acer wireless driver
1. If in Windows - Start - Programs - Acer empowering technology - Acer E-recovery management -
click on Restore at bottom then "Reinstall apps and drivers" - look for hardware drivers that you
need. Click "install now"
There is a place to see if your wireless zero configeration is turned off. If you click on start and then to control panel, there you will see perfomance and maintainence. Another box will open with Administrative Tools then you will see services. Once you click onto that you will scroll down to the W's. and there you'll see Wireless Zero Configuration. Make sure the setting is to automatic start if it says to (usually in blue text) If not then restart. If this works then eventually you should detected new network, If not then you should see an Fn key on your keyboard and on the F keys you should see a think that looks like an antenna sending or receiving a signal. Press the Fn key and whilst holding donw that key click on the F key that has that icon on it. If there's not one there look around the sides or even the front of you laptop. There could possibly a switch that you haven't noticed yet. If none of these work go check your settings in your network connections to make sure it's enabled there too.I hope this works
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You can install and configure the wireless lan very easily,
First of all you require to download the driver for your Acer Travelmate 2410 by below mentioned link
Wireless LAN Driver (Approx 12 MB) when you download the driver simply right click and extract to the folder, now run the setup and it will install the wlan Drivers automatically, when the drivers are installed reboot the system once so they will run properly, now you will notice one new wireless icon in taskbar along with clock , simply click on the icon and it will show you all the available wireless networks in your area, click to choose your desired network (might require passkey if its secure) and you will be able to access internet/network with wireless connectivity feel free to contact us if you require more assistance, Regards,Bilal
actually there is no need to touch anything in hardware please do not touch ur hardware without any reason i know what eactly is the solution is now follow this :
Problem : When Windows XP was made there was no concept of SATA drives now ur drive is SATA and ur installation disc does not contain drivers for ur Hard disk thats why it is unable to find ur hard disk as it doesnt recognize it u need sata raid drivers on ur windows inst cd
this specific model Aspire 4710 was shipped with vista OS and drivers now u are downgrading it to XP it depends on the installation disc if it is new one like SP3 included then u would have never faced this issue in ur case u should get a RAID driver from www.intel.com and then include them in ur copy of windows XP cd to load them at the startup of installation , so u need them in the first place to carry out installation, u have to do some job here download RAID DRIVERS from www.intel.com select ur board and chipset Mobile Intel® 945GM Express download SATA RAID DRIVERS and then download nlite a software used to integrate these drivers to ur inst disk , u can also include SP3 thru this software in ur current win xp cd
just download sata drivers from intel and nlite from the link and install the software integrate these drivers and burn ur cd incl them and then install normally as u were installing them earlier now it will recognize ur drive simple for more info how to do check this out
Hi there and welcome to FixYa, I find that there is drivers for Linux, Vista and XP, go to: this page and choose you OS and all the drivers you need including your wireless driver :-) Regards /Teis Don’t forget to vote if this was what you needed. Thank you
go to acer's website and click on the support section. you will have to pick your country. you can then choose your model. once you choose your model, you can choose the drivers. their website is not really setup well for knowing what drivers you need. you can also use one of several driver software tools that will check your system and tell you what drivers are out of date and then download them for you.
The Acer Aspire 4710 uses a SATA hard drive. Unfortunately Redhat Linux 9.0 does not have SATA support (uses the 2.4 kernel). You will have to upgrade to something recent like Fedore Core 7 or Ubuntu 7.10. Hope this helps.