Question about Packard Bell 1580509280 Network Adapter
Does it see any other networks? If no,
Check hardware switch - many laptops have a switch to turn wifi on/off.
Check bios. Some have bios setting to turn wifi on/off.
If all of the above are on, take it to a location where there are public wifi connections, perhaps a coffee shop. See if your laptop detects any networks. If yes, then your home access point needs to be looked at. If no, then you have hardware or driver issue.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
Try to check your hardware or software installed properly
Posted on May 30, 2010
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