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your pc could be going in and out of range(wi-fi only operates under certain distances) The brand is not so hot either and could just be a malfunction either this or try a new OS if you can save your date .
Assuming the card is correctly installed, either touch the wireless icon to the right of tthe power button (it will turn red and a confirmatory dialogue pops up) OR press and hold the Fn key and press F7. The same dialogue pops up.
If this fails, check the card appears in device manager and shows 'this device is working properly'. (Control panel/device manager). If not, uninstal it and reboot.
I assume you are familiar with connection procedures to your router.
That is because your thumb is touching the cursor pad. It happens to everyone who uses laptops. Some laptop designers put the cursor pad off-centre because of this. With the akoya e1222 you can press [fn]+[f9] and that will disable the cursor pad. That way if you touch the pad by accident you don't mess up your words. When you need to use the mouse again press [fn]+[f9] again to re-enable the cursor pad.
With any laptop it pays to play with those function buttons. There are always some useful ones there.
The F8 button is to get into safe mode not for wireless!!!!
There is either a button near the lid to switch it on or off.
Alternatively right click on the wireless icon at the lower left and switch on.
I had the same problem so I rang Medion & they told me go to the Medion website and download "Launch Manager" from your driver page. It's a program that turns on all of the Fn keys. Thus making the wireless (Fn+F1) work as well as the brightness (Fn+F8 or F9). This is the only way to get it to work
This happens to me also. Check whether the touchpad is enabled (laptops do have an option of enabling / disabling the touchpad). Secondly, you can try reinstalling the touchpad driver. Uninstall and then re-install the driver. Re-boot the system. Try using the touchpad.
After one month of trying everything, I finally figured this one out. First turn off and restart your computer. Then press F10 to enter the System BIOS Settings. Select F9 (Setup Defaults) and when it asks Load Default Configuration Now? , Enter YES. Then, press F10 (Save and Exit) and when it asks Save Configuration Changes And Exit Now, Enter YES. This should restore the wireless LAN button to its original factory settings. Once you restart the computer the button will be listed as disabled, but press on the button and it should work again. I hope this helps someone else out!