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You might have to enable your wireless function through an on/ off hot key sequence these are different for differing machines.That is where to start goto manufactures site/manual to do this,
After this you might be able to check your signal strength depending on you OS.
of course you could telephone your ISP support and find out if the link is up or down(sometimes the engineers need to work on it)
you could also buy a keyring type device that will signal networks in your area for a nominal cost
The 802.11 wi-fi protocol has between 11 and 14 channels depending which country you are in (except Korea)It sends out "frames" in rapid succession that are known as "packets"There are currently in europe and the us 4 protocols excluding "Bluetooth" which are backwards compatable.
you could also buy some kind of active anrtennae to bring the signal nearer to you operating base
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