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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switch wireless off using the function and wirless symbol button restart computer and turn wirless back on, then reconnect to wireless network. and open your browser, if this doesnt work post exact error message and operating system
first you need to make sure that your modem or router is working good.. if no network address, check your wirless netwrpk settings and right click and go to properties, click wireless network in between general and advanced, make sure that "} use windows to configued my wireless network settings was check and then open your own wireless network prorties and type in your wpa or wep correctly..then click ok.. if still acquiring network address. check your network connectionif you are running bridge connection.. disable it and run ony wireless network connection or wlan.. if still the same , check tcp ip settings, and make sure that the settings was on automatic if you are using wireless modem, if using router, make sure that the ip address of your router and subneet mask and dns server address was type iin correctly.. if still not accepted ,, install another worireless adapter iin your pc...
Go Fujitsu Website and support, download drivers and download the correct WIRELESS NETWORK DRIVER and/or ADAPTER drives. Select RUN and reinstall them (all).
If that does not work then it may be the network adapter which may be behind a back flap. Remove and Replace with same part. Actually its easier just to buy a USB or PCMCIA Network Adapter from Radio Shack to plug in to your Notebook, comes with software and driver installation disk about $40. This is generally the best solution as it works independantly as a "plug in", easier to install if notebook's built in Network Adapter is defective.
FIRST OF ALL YOU CAN ATTACH ROUTER TO ANY PC WITH LAN CABLE
AND CHECK IT IS WORKING OR NOT
IF IT IS WORKING THEN
REMOVE THE LAN CABLE
IF YOUR WINDOW IS XP THEN GO TO START SETTING CONTROL PANEL AND NETWORK CONNECTINON AND CHECK THE WIRLESS CONNECTION AND FOUND THE WIRLESS NETWORK
THEN WIRLESS NETWORK FOUND
AND CLICK THE CONNECT
IT IS WORKING
Go into Network connections in control panel and right click on the wireless network icon, then click on properties. In here change the settings so that Windows manages your wirless settings rather than the Belkin software, I find this normally works a lot better and more reliable. You should then be able to double click the wireless icon (Not the Belkin Icon) in the bottom corner of your screen and connect to your wireless network. Rgds, Geoff
Go to control panel click on system, navigate to hardware then to device manager than click on network adapters than right click on ( wireless network connection) and uninstall it, than restart computer and it will find new hardware. Click on new hardware icon and open available wireless networks and select network than connect.
1.) Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Performance and Maintenance -> Administrative Tools -> Services.
2.) Scroll down to Wireless Zero Configuration, and double-click Wireless Zero Configuration.
3.) On the General tab, after Startup type, change the startup type to Automatic.
4.) Start the service by clicking Start.