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Ok,here's the solution,I have my lap top about 100 feet away from my router,have a man cave,I have it plugged in always and when the wind is blowing,my signal will get lost and I get the same reading as you do,but it picks right back up,it's the signal,my vizio,smart tv is connected by wifi and I loose my signal there too,Here's a video to watch,enjoy.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lf1UgEJq8NY
Check the connections on the back of your computer. Next, check the connections on the back of your router. Make sure that the router cord is not in a bind. Also if you have a phone line going to it, check that.
You should be able to hardwire (Ethernet cable) those pc's to the router. If it is wireless and you are not running cables directly from the router to the pc's, you have to have wireless cards installed in each of those computers in order to pick up the 802.11 wireless signal. The wireless software on the pc will find the router as long as the router is in range. If you have setup the router properly you should be fine. You may just need to power out and reboot the modem and router after connecting the pc's in order to assign new IP's to each computer receiving a wireless signal.
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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
1. check your wireless adapter TCP/IP settings if its set into "Obtain as IP address Automatically". 2. if the settings is set as Automatic and your not getting IP address then select "Use the following IP Address" 3. use IP address followed to your router address like if192.168.0.1 in router type192.168.0.2or192.168.0.3just check the next address IP in your network. 4. after typing subnet IP will automatically set 5. type the router IP address as your default gateway 6. click OK to save your new settings
I know it sounds stupid but a lot of people just forget to turn on the wireless switch.
You may want to check first if the router is being picked up by other computers just to eliminate the possibility of a busted router. If no other computers can pick up your Router's signal then it's the router that you need to replace. If other computers can pick up your router's signal, then it's the computer's wireless card that's busted.
you may have accidently shut off the wireless on/off switch or button.i also have a acer laptop,& it has a sliding switch in front.other laptops have a push in button.your owners manual should show you where yours is. also check the bottom right hand corner of your laptop for the 2 little computers symbol. right click on it, click on view available networks,look for your router # on the listings. you may have to type in a wep key # to lock in your router.the other signals you are seeing are other routers in the area