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Internet problems wireless network adapter cannot find any wireless networks

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  • Ed Deguzman
    Ed Deguzman May 11, 2010

    Were you able to find and connect to this wireless network before ? Are you trying to connect to your home wireless network and what type of wireless router do you have ? Is there any computer in your house that can connect through this router ?

    Did you make sure your wireless card is not disabled ?

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Connect PC to router with hardline data cable. open browser and type in 192.168.0.1 or perhaps 192.168.1.1 -- when the router displays it will ask for a password. if you had one and can't remember it do a hard reset to return to factory settings. then log into it leaving the username blank with the default factory password. many times that password is admin -- download the owner's manual that will have the default password and instructions and explanations for the settings, including how to do a "hard, factory" reset for free at the manufacturer's website. try the help, support, or download sections. the drivers are there too.

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Make sure ur W-lan is on .... should be on the bottom of pc... not bottom but that middle part right below the mouse .... if it isnt wait a few days and it might work....if it is... then u dont have any intenet connection

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You need an external WIRELESS ROUTER or MODEM ( provided by AT&T ). After this AT&T router configuration you needs to do configuration at your laptop using CONNECTION SETUP wizard for Wireless Networks & Devices.
Then you can set IP addresses & then you will be connected to it. I hope above steps will help you.

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