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Wifi problem on dell inspiron 6000

I fully format my laptop, after that every is working well accept for the wireless device. its was INTEL PRO/WIRELESS 2200BG. i already download the driver from dell suport.. but still its not working. i hope you can help me..

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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.

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I think your Operating System (OS) software installed after formatting does not have drivers for the wireless network card.

You did not provide any clues about the OS and the Network (Model/Brand) installed.

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