Question about Computers & Internet
Since you did not provide the name for your PC or WiFi Adapter, I will just give you the basic thing you could do:
First, check the name of your PC, and go the their website.
When you get to their website, find anywhere that you will see "Support" and click on it.
Next, look for where the 'Search" box is and type the Model Name/No of your System (You can always get this by looking at the body of your PC. especially the bottom/base.)
Then Click on search.
When your System type is displayed on the site, go to the place where the WiFi Driver is specified and click on the download tab beside it.
When download is complete, install it on your PC and restart your system.
This should solve the problem for you.
Let me know how it goes.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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