Um...you responded to my question earlier about my wireless not working. i tried going into wireless setting and network connection but its just not there...and it worked fine before i reboot it. now it just seems like it disappear and it wont recognize any network connection.
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This may not be enough of a solution, since you might have tried this already:
You know the little icon you see at the bottom for the Windows wireless service? Right-click on that, and go to "View available networks." The window that pops up should have a pane on the left, something that says "Change advanced settings." If I remember right, there's a tab that says "Wireless Networks", then uncheck "Use windows to configure my wireless network settings." Image below
If existing wirelss network is working simply double click on laptop wireless connection and "join" YOUR network.
You will be asked to provide a WEP key which you should have.
Simply enter this key and connect.
I assume the wireless network is secured with a WEP key??
Try holding the reset button for 10 seconds, while holding the reset button in, unplug it for 10 seconds, plug it back in, but don't let go of the reset button for another 10 seconds. Respond with any results.
Access the routers admin page with the hardwired pc. http://*gateway* right click network status on pc and get gateway. Google the model you have for the default passwords. Setup your wifi security then do the same to your laptop and attempt to connect again. Bad settings somewhere.
the easiest way in Vista is to go to control panel>network and sharing centre and see if network discovery is ticked green.
If not on top left of window is connect to a network, then see if your wireless connection is listed, if so click connect, if not at the bottom of the window, click set up a connection or network and follow the wizard.
Assuming you have a wireless router set up correctly and you have your wireless adapter switched on of course!
First check to see if your windows can see the wireless router. Does it see the router? Click view wirelss networks to see a list of available networks. If you cant see any make sure your wireless network is switched on.
Also which manage s your wireless network, the windows or the wireless cards own software?
This router will not support vista laptops..and the warranty period for this router is only a single year..better you can go for advanced g or gs routers .. model no's like..wrt54g or wrt54gs..with a warranty perion of 3 years..
this is for u..
It seems that you are not connected to the wireless connection ..i think the operating system in your laptop would be xp..to fix this problem right click > wireless n/w connection > click view wirelss network connection > click change the order of the preffered network connections > select your wireless network name > from preffered wireless network and remove it..and then right click wireless network connection icon again and try connect to the network.. you will get connect.. and will get an ipaddress..