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Drivers are complicated to get right - try Dell's site for the D600 http://ftp.dell.com/Pages/Drivers/latitude-d600.html or this free util to search for the best driver http://www.iobit.com/driver-booster.php this is asuming you are using a Windows operating system.
sometimes the samsungs have trouble connecting to motorola phones, i found this with a d600 and a razr, the razr cant see the samsung, try using a "middle man". get a phone that has bluetooth and send to the middleman, then forward to the samsung. this is the only way i found of transferring to the samsung from a motorola. hope this helps
This is usually caused by a driver glitch. From the device manager, uninstall the drivers for the wireless, then reboot. The machine will find and reinstall the drivers. If the problem persist, the take the card out, clean the connections, and reinstall it. It's located under a panel on the bottom of the machine. If it still won't work, then you need to replace the wireless card.