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This icon means that windows has found some sort of error with the device. Try disabling and re-enabling the device on the right click menu. Once re-enabled right click and go to drivers tab. Click update driver and search automatically for updated software. You could also try uninstalling the driver and downloading and installing a new version from the manufacturers website.
It may result from a driver issue. Go to Control Panel > Device Manager (Windows Vista / 7) or System > Material tab > Device Manager (Windows XP). From there you will see the list of installed hardware. You should also see your wireless network card under Network Adapters or Ethernet Controller.
There you should find a red cross on this hardware. Right click on it and select enable.
If this does not help, right click on the Network Adapter name and uninstall it. Then reboot your laptop. Once restarted, Windows should detect a new hardware and may install the driver automatically. If it is not installed automatically, you have to do a manual install.
Normally, you should have received a CD containing the drivers when you bought your laptop. You can install the driver from the CD.
Hi, First Try This Right click on the Computer desktop icon > Manage > Device Manager > Network adapters > right click on your Wireless Network adapter > Update Drivers Software... If the Windows was unable to find drivers: go to the manufacturer website of your netbook > find your netbook model > download and install drivers for Wireless adapter OR You can try this solution: Copy and paste the below text in to a text editor, save it and give it any filename with the extension .vbs, eg wirelessstart.vbs and copy a shortcut to your startup folder: Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") Set oExec = WshShell.Exec("C:\Program Files\Launch Manager\WisWBSet.exe") do while WshShell.AppActivate("Wireless Status Option")=False WScript.Sleep 100 loop WScript.Sleep 100 It would be better that you restart the system after doing that. Good luck! And Thanks.
in device manager, you would click start, or the "My computer" icon and then click on device manager. Under the drop down list you see look for network adaptors and if you see you wireless card, which should be listed with your LAN network adapter, ...once you find the wireless adapter RIGHT click it and click on properties, once that open you should see and make sure it says device is working with no conflicts, then click the tab above that says driver, then click update driver and let windows search for it , which is the top choice. IF you do not see your wireless card anywhere in device manager you can try a few other things, like search for new hardware and if that fails contact the manufactuer to get the driver, and it is free and should be able to download from their site. I also would uninstall your wireless adapter so that when you intall the new wireless drivers/software you wont have to worry about old problem drivers and windows will then install a fresh copy via the internet automatic for you. Other Issue could involved and I can assit further if need be but those are general fixes however sometimes more measures need to be looked at. Thanks you.
Right-click My Computer-Properties-Hardware-Device Manager Click on the plus sign beside Network Adapter and double-click your wireless card. Check on the device status if it says it's working properly. Try to disable-enable the adapter by right-clicking on it under the device manager window. If it has a question mark, it is most likely driver issues so contact your wireless card manufacturer or PC manufacturer if the wireless card is built in.
Go to http://www.fujitsu-siemens.co.uk/support/downloads.html and go through entering your laptop model number etc. When all the downloads for your model are displayed, confusingly Launch Manager is hidden under the title "Panel". It works - I have just rebuilt the hard drive on my Amilo M7400 and could not find Launch Manager to enable the wireless function anywhere else. Good Luck