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Locate the wireless switch and turn it on? if it is on you might need to reset the modem from your service provider. Just go and hit the reset button on the modem or turn it off completely. Power it up again and make sure that the switch is turned on if you have one for this lap top some are automatic.
The switch is usually located on the left or right front of the lap top housing in the front or on the keypad. You may have to push the FN key if the key is blue highlighted. Hit FN and press the wireless key if applicable. Make sure all is on and switched then reset the wireless modem or connection.
check that the network its network drivers are fully installed to check it, right click on my computer icon, then hardware, then device manager, any yellow spot or question mark you see from the device manager means that there is a driver missing.
You are going to have to manually connect to your router. Click the Wireless Zero Configuration icon at the bottom right of your computer. Click on your network name and enter your network key.
If you have a USB wireless adapter or anything other than the default wireless card that is installed in the lap top you are going to need to install the software for the device for it to work.
you can buy a wireles linksys usb for your lap top and have a wireless router linksys stationary and the lap top usb ..... will pick up the signal for your lap top, i have a usb port linksys and it works great, but u do need a router in your home to pick up the signal