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I have just bought a Dell laptop XPS M1330 with the built-in Dell mini card 802.11 b/g. However, the wireless signal was shown that "Can not connect to a network" at the initial set up and restart while my old laptop easily connected to the same unsecurity wireless network.
What should i do?
Refresh the network list from WZC and check if the network exists. Check the signal strength from the utility. check for any interference. Try using a different channel . As a last step try upgrading the drivers.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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