Question about Dell Inspiron 1100 Notebook
I am having a large proble adding my Dell Laptop Inspiron 1100 to my Internet I am not able to access it, the laptop finds the wireless but when trying to connect it says that something is not turned on, what can it be?
You wireless card can be controlled 2 ways, the card Wireless Utility (Dell Wireless or Intel Wireless Utility are the normal default ones) and the "Windows Zero Config" Windows wireless utility. You may need to go in to the Dell/Intel Wireless utility, and select "Let Windows Manage My Wireless" You should then get a popup saying wireless networks are available, click that balloon, select your network, and click connect. If secure, at that point you'll be prompted to type the passkey. If you are using an older Wireless card, it may only support WEP security. Vista and newer systems use a newer protocol, WPA.
Posted on May 10, 2008
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