don't follow you on "without plugging a usb" so I'm going to give you someadvice, if I'm wring or have the wrong machine, please correct me, before you rate me. I believe this machine has a built in wireless card. If so, then you need to follow the link below and download the wireless drivers for it. If the wireless drivers are already there, then you need to uninstall them and reboot the machine. The machine will find the wireless card and reinstall the drivers automatically. Many time this type of problem is a driver glitch, and this procedure will fix it. If it doesn't have an internal wireless card installed in it, it does have the slot and you can purchase one to go in it. Here's the link for the Inspiron B130 wireless drivers. You'll find the wireless drivers in the network section, and you may have to try more than one if you don't know the make and model of the wireless card.
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Hi, assuming your laptop is switched on.
Above the keyboard on the right side are the three 'Easy buttons'. The one on the left is for the wireless function.
Push this button to activate or deactivate the Wireless LAN. When you activate the wireless LAN function, it will search for a wireless LAN signal automatically (assuming you have the wireless LAN driver installed). Just below the screen on the right side is the Status LED Panel, which show six icons, each with its own LED. The first one on the left indicates Wireless LAN status. When the LED is displaying a green light, it indicates that the system is accessing data from, or retrieving data by wireless LAN. So whenever you press the Easy button, you should see the green status light come on or go off. To repeat, if the light is not on, you need to press the Wireless LAN 'Easy Button'. NOTE! If you can't get the button to come on, you will need to re-install the Wireless LAN driver.
The wireless feature (Wireless LAN) on an Acer notebook allows you to connect to available networks. This convenience allows you to use the Internet with network cables, modems or network installation. Acer laptops come with a wireless switch to turn the wireless feature on or off. Once you enable the wireless feature, your Acer notebook can connect to wireless networks within range.
Instructions: 1.Locate the Wireless LAN switch located on the front of your Acer Notebook. Move the switch to the right to turn on Wireless connections.
2.Right-click the network icon located on the system tray next to the clock. You should see a list of available wireless networks.
3.Select the network you want to connect to and click "Connect."
2 ways ... look at the bottom right hand corner for a TV like icon w/ red X...click on it and find a connection or go to start, all connection (you should have two TV like icon one is wireless and the other is LAN (wired)) right click on the wireless repair it ...if you are near a connection your laptop (TV like will light up) this is how you know you have internet connection
1.- Try to find the wireless card switch (or button). Look the wireless led indicator, must be on.
You should surf if the led is on.
2.- If not works, go to device manager and look to your wireless device and turn the switch on and
off again. Look if the device is accepted without any sign. If the device get any sign then you
have problem with your wireless driver. If no sign. Open My Computer and then open networks
or my network places, and try to access to any other computer you have.
3.- If the device is ok in device manager and the led indicator is on and you can access other
computer thru network places, then open Internet explorer, go to tools, then go to internet
options, then go to connections and there click on Lan settings. In the proxy section uncheck
the box. Restart your Internet Explorer and it must surf now.
For instructions on settings for wireless LAN and cautions during use, select [start]-
[Reference Manual], and refer to "Wireless LAN".
Before using a wireless LAN, turn the wireless LAN on using the following method (at
the time of purchase, the wireless LAN is set to [Off]).
1 Double-click on the taskbar.
2 Select your wireless LAN adaptor and select [General].
3 Select [On] for [Switch radio].
4 Select [OK].
The icon will turn to or
i've been having the exact same yrouble with my Easynote E4 laptop and have just fixed it. in the bottom left hand corner of the keyboard theres a key with Fn written in blue, hold this down and press F1it should beep and the 'wireless lan connection indicator' in your system tray the red cross will disipear then you will pick up wireless!