Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
Check drivers/utilities CD disc or click on this LINK to for the support site. Enter Service Tag (underneath) to get list of drivers for your computer. Please comment if the information has been helpful. Thank you and regards.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is the direct link for all the drivers for that model. Hope it helps.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
Check the driver properties and make sure it is not turning off when idle. You could have router issues. Are you using a wireless router of your own? Are you putting in the password for the connection. I could go on and on about wireless problems. Wireless does not just pull the Internet out of the AIR like some people think. Get someone to help you that can use wireless and compare settings.
Posted on May 08, 2008
So u can connect to the router, but you arent allowet to access the internet?
The router gave your dell a new ip-number, but it dident gave you access to the net. You ned to do the settings in your router manual, let the router give your dell full access.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
There are lots of problems of using wireless LANs in metal buildings, especially if you are trying to go outside the building and into another building. What I have had to do where I work is put an external antenna on the wireless router and use that to transmit the signal beyond the metal shell of the building.
If that still does not yeild satisfactory results, you can set up another wireless router in the "home" location with an external antenna to act as a recieving point for the other router in the office ... essentially this is setting up a site to site network. With both routers working together you should resolve the wireless drop out issue.
Bestbuy also sells a Wireless Booster, this works the same way as I explained with using two routers however if you go that route be sure you have the option to either add an antenna or you can place it near a window (glass cuts down on your signal than steel).
If this fails look at replacing the wireless card; this setup will still provide benefical even if you need to replace the card as it will provide stronger signals in stormy weather as well.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
check DEVICE MANAGER if the wireless card have the right driver installed. if you found that the wireless card have yellow exclamation point on the right it means, you installed a wrong driver.
check also in BIOS if the wireless card is enable and the switch is turn on.
press Fn+F2 to enable wireless radio/anthena (funtion key with wireless icon in blue color)
some dell laptop have hard switch located right side check this and turn the switch on.
if you want to see the icon n task bar, go to control panel....network connection...right click on wireless adapter...select properties...check Show on taskbar
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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