Question about Lenovo (40Y7026) Wireless Adapter
Levonvo T61 laptop running Win server 2008 Enterprise.
How do I enable wireless? The Lenovo "small light" is present on the front of the laptop, but I can't find the switch to turn on.
I checked the manufacturer's web-site:
but did not find any device-driver for the wireless-adapter for your Operating System.
This might imply that the wireless-adapter is fully supported by the Operating System, i.e., no additional device-driver is needed.
Open the "Network Connections" window, and display all the currently-defined network-adapters -- the wireless adapter should be present. Select it, and right-mouse click on its icon, and choose "enable".
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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