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Cannot get wireless connection

Can you guide me through set up on my wireless to my notebook

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    cannot connect wireless to macbook laptop

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    What operating system are you running on your laptop?

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IF YOU USING THE WIN XP PRO. THEN DO ONE THING TAKE A STRAIGHT CABLE WITH RJ45 CONNECTER AND CONNECT TO UR NOTEBOOK AND ONE END TO UR DEVICES AFTER THAT U GO TO MY NETWORK PLACE ICON IN DESKTOP ,RIGHT CILK PROPERTIES, THERE GIVE LOCAL AREA CONNECTION ,RIGHT CILK PROPERTIES IN THERE TCP/IP PROTOCLS ARE THERE ONE CILK THEN GO PROPERTIES GIVE STASTIC IP 192.168.1.50, SUBNET MASK 255.255.255.0 AND DEFAULT GATEWAY IS 192.168.1.1, THEN GIVE OK ,OK OK, COME IN THE DESKTOP PAGE AFTER THAT U GO TO START >RUN> TYPE THERE PING 192.168.1.1 -t . REPLY IS CAME THEN YOU GO FOR INTERNET EXPLORER IN THAT TYPE 192.168.1.1 IN ADDRESS BAR THEN U GET THE WEBPAGE OF LINKSYS GIVE THE USER NAME AND PASSWORD IT AFTER THAT YOU GO FOR THE CD WHICH CAME WITH DEVICES BOX.

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Wireless


Wireless Internet is a convenient way to hook up multiple computers to one router without the mess of cords.
The router or 2-in-one (router/modem combo), must be set up through your Internet Service
Provider and connected with either a DSL line or Cable.
Since most Acer laptops have built-in wireless, no additional hardware is required.

Turn on the laptop.
Move the switch located on the front of the laptop to the right, then let go.
The switch will go back to its original position.

Confirm that the wireless networking icon has appeared on the screen.
Right-click the wireless icon in the bottom right corner.
In Windows 7 this will resemble a small stair-step triangle;
In Vista it looks like a tiny monitor.

Click "View available wireless networks."
It might also say "Open network and sharing center."

Wait while the adapter finds your wireless network.
Click to highlight the network and click the "Connect" button.

Enter the security password that you created when setting up the router (if applicable).
If you don't know or can't remember, log in to the gateway page specified in the user's guide. Locate the "Wireless security" settings page to see if security is enabled.

If it is, type in a new key and enter the same number for the wireless network.

Wireless Troubleshooting
http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/notebook/0000/Acer/Aspire1300/Aspire1300faq27.shtml

Apr 25, 2013 | Acer TravelMate 6460-6752 (LXTED06059) PC...

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How to setup a Wireless Network


1. <b>Connect Your Wireless Router</b> <br /><b>a.</b> Power off your cable modem and your wired PC.<br /><b>b.</b> Unplug the Ethernet cable from your cable/DSL modem and plug it into one of the LAN ports on the back of the wireless router. Leave other end of the cable connected to your PC.<br /><b>c.</b> Connect another Ethernet cable between your modem's Ethernet port and the wireless router's WAN port. (The WAN port should be separate from the other grouped LAN ports.)<br /><b>d.</b> Power on the modem and watch for the status lights to indicate that it's connected to your Internet service. This may take a minute or so.<br /><b>e.</b> Plug in the router. The status lights will blink as it runs through its diagnostics; this may also take a minute or so.<br /><b>f.</b> Start up your wired PC.<br />2. <b>Configure your Wireless Router</b><br /><b>a.</b> Refer to the router's quick-start guide, launch Internet Explorer, and type in the address indicated in the guide.<br /><b>b.</b> Follow the on-screen setup wizard, which will guide you through the process step by step.<br /><b>c.</b> Enable your router's security functions. This is very important if you don't want other people attaching to your wireless signal. The options will be WEP and WPA. Both will ask you to enter a key. Depending on the router's manufacturer, you may have to go into Advanced Settings to accomplish this step.<br /><b>d.</b> Change the default administrator's password, Almost all hackers know them.<br /><b>e.</b> Change the SSID-the name of your wireless network. Again, hackers know many of the default SSIDs and can use them to hack your network.<br />3. <b>Install a Wireless PCI Card in a Desktop PC</b> <br /><b>a.</b> Refer to the card manufacturer's quick-start guide. If necessary, run the software installation program.<br /><b>b.</b> Power down the PC.<br /><b>c.</b> Remove the cover.<br /><b>d.</b> Find an available PCI slot and remove the slot cover from the back of the PC.<br /><b>e.</b> Carefully insert the antenna through the open slot in the back of the PC, carefully push the card in the slot, and secure it. Replace the cover. <br /><b>f.</b> Start up the PC. It should recognize and install the new PCI card.<br /><b>g.</b> Go to the Control Panel, select Network connections, select Wireless Networking connection. Click on Properties button. Click on Wireless Networking tab. Select the wireless networking name (see step 2e). Click on Configure button. Configure your security settings to match the ones on your wireless router.<br />4. <b>Install a Wireless PC Card in a Notebook PC</b> <br />Many notebooks have built-in wireless cards. However, If yours doesn't, you can install either a USB wireless adapter or a wireless PC card just follow these instructions.<br /><b>a.</b> Refer to the card manufacturer's quick-start guide. If necessary, run the software installation program.<br /><b>b.</b> Power down the PC.<br /><b>c.</b> Plug your USB wireless Adapter or wireless PC Card into an available slot on the side of your notebook.<br /><b>d</b>. Start up the PC. It should recognize and install the new PCI card.<br /><b>e</b>. Go to the Control Panel, select Network connections, select Wireless Networking connection. Click on Properties button. Click on Wireless Networking tab. Select the wireless networking name (see step 2e). Click on Configure button. Configure your security settings to match the ones on your wireless router. well, thats pretty much it. Hope this is helpful to all you home networkers.<br />

on Jul 11, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How do i set up built in wireless on my laptop


You must have a wireless router set up in your home. If you already do then all you need to do is scan for the SSID (the connection) and input your password to connect. Here's a guide:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/tabletpc/expert/russell_tabletlaptop.mspx

Good luck!

Apr 05, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite L500 Series Notebook

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I get a strong wireless signal but when I try to go to the web it fails. I have a dell inspiron 1210 mini laptop.


If your using a home wireless router you can try to set up a static IP address for your minilaptop. Without knowing your computers operating system I can't exactly guide you on what to do however you can look up online how to set up a static IP for your wireless connection. This may help your connection.

Jan 19, 2011 | Dell Inspiron 1501 Notebook

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I'm trying to install my wireless network (linksys) and it's telling my radio button isn't activated, but I have done thr fn/F3 button and the orange light is flashing.


This is according to the user guide fo the Acer Aspire One User guide


Setting up wireless connection
1. Please switch on the wireless LAN using the switch on the front of your Aspire one.
2. Click the icon on your system tray and choose the wireless access point you want to connect to.

Dec 14, 2010 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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Toshiba M35X-S311 laptop that wireless will work anywhere but not at the house, have a linksys router. Everybody else can come over and connect wirelessly to my router but when I turn my wireless button...


First You can not connected the net by Safemode.
Second, Use the wire, connect the Linksys to your computer, and if you are using another modem, set this first using same SSID and password.
Then remove the cable and set the wireless (Before That while cable is on see the wireless on linksys home page and access it. to get your key number or set it up.)
If you can not, try to see Cisco systems user guide.
JMC

Aug 15, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite M35X-S311 Notebook

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I can't find the wireless switch on my Aspire 1691WLMi


The switch is on the right edge in the front of the unit.
Setting up wireless connection
1. Please switch on the wireless LAN using the switch on the front (on the right) of your Aspire one.
2. Click the icon on your system tray and choose the wireless access point you want to connect to. Download the User guide and setup guide from this link: http://www.electronicpulp.net/2009/02/25/10-inch-acer-aspire-one-quick-guide-and-user-manual-now-available-online/ If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

Jun 06, 2009 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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Need ESSID and WEP info for a Toshiba Satellite A205


The users guide for your laptop won't have information about ESSID or WEP for any wireless networks you are trying to connect to. SSID is Site Security Identification. That is the name of the wireless network you are connecting to and WEP is Wired Equivalent Privacy and is a key that is set up on the wireless network that if you don't know that key you can't use that wireless network even if you know the SSID. Each wireless network will have its own ESSID and WEP settings. If you control (I.E. you have the username and password for that router) the wireless router that you are settings up you control what the ESSID and WEP settings are. If you purchased the wireless router that you are trying to connect to, you might need a users guide for that router or if the company you get your Internet from owns your wireless router, you need to contact them concerning the setup of that wireless router.

Hope that helps.
Good Luck

Jan 08, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A205-S4617 Notebook

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