Question about Acer Aspire 3000 Notebook
Check your firewall settings, and take it somewhere to a public wireless connection to see if it picks up the signal. IF your running say XP, go to start; run; type in CMD and hit enter. At the prompt, type in the following..
ipconfig /release then hit enter.
they type in the following....
ipconfig /renew then hit enter.
Check it then by typing in the following
See if it picks up an IP.
Also make sure your wireless is turned on and set properly. Especially if its a DELL Laptop. There are numerous settings in the BIOS for them
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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