Question about Dell Computers & Internet
My wifi adapter looks to be enabled, but I can't pick up my wireless signal. I've checked the properties for the adapter and it seems to be functioning. Not sure what the problem is.
Any help would be awesome.
Is It XP or vista?Click on start & then run .type in services.msc
click OK.in xp check if Wireless Zero Configuration & Background Intelligent Services are enabled.If Not double click on them & enable them.In vista its WLAN.Try detecting the connections.Check if it works.Hope it works.All the best
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