Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
Hi there. Try these simple steps:
Click Start, then click Run if you're using XP and type services.msc then click OK. If you're running on vista, Type services.msc on Start Search field then click the icon on top that says Services.
Double click Wireless zero configuration on XP and WLAN on Vista. click dependencies and see the services where it is dependent on.
Inside the services window, click the name where your wireless is dependent upon and click start. Check for other dependencies and start reconnecting to your wireless network.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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