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Turn up your low speed jet about 1/4 turn. You have 2 holes in the side, one says slow or low and the other says high,, or fast, turn the slow jet in 1/4 or out if that doesn't work, then try it, you will find the right spot. Hope this helps.
It's always difficult to troubleshoot wireless because the signal can be effected by so many different variables. Easiest thing would be to connect another wireless device. If that works OK then it's your computer or wireless adapter. If that drops out too then it's your wireless router. When we find out what's at fault we can find a more detailed solution if you' be kind enough to post back.
Turn Both Air Mixture Screws In Until Seated. **DO NOT JAM SNUG ONLY**
Turn Both Screws Out 1 1/2 Turns. Set the Throttle to Full Open and
Start the Engine. Override the Throttle by Pushing the Governor Arm by
Hand and Turn the High Air Mixture Screw(bottom of the bowl) In Until
the Engine is Revving Properly. Now Slow Engine to Idle. Set the Low
Air Mixture Screw so there is No Hesitation when Throttling from Idle
to Full Throttle. Now Set the Idle if Required.
I also have the Inspirion 9100. It is very finicky, try going thru the Setup wizard again and reset-up your wireless connection. If that doesn't do it...you might get a can of compressed air and use in the wireless card slot (if your using a wireless card), the bottom and on the keyboard. Surprisingly enough, I did the keyboard and the underside of the unit and it solved several minor lingering hardware problems.
Check with Verizon, they have air cards that work internationally. I used mine in Haifa, Isreal. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
The wireless adapter will not show on the My Computer. Try to right
click the My Computer icon go to properties, then go to Hardware tab
then click the device manager button, click the + sign beside the
Network Adapters category and check if you have the adapter listed
there. If the adapter is listed check if the driver is installed
properly by going to the properties of the card.
If I were you, I would let your windows manage your wireless network on the computer with vista. Also you might, If you haven't already tried using your install new programs in the control panel, As long as you have the sprint software downloaded in your laptop windows should still recognize the wireless connection, Try letting windows manage it from the Network properties and there should be an option there that lets windows manage you network. try it see if that helps you out. If not write back here and let me know we can try another route. Sorry you having problems.