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Bluetooth peripheral device driver


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Depending on the system. The bluetooth would have to have been purchased at point of sale. The wireless and the bluetooth are turned on by a wireless switch on the side of the computer. If needed you can reinstall the drivers. Also, make sure bluetooth is turned on in the bios. Below is more information.
Wireless Switch

Wireless Technology The Latitude D630, D631, and D630c system ships with a wireless feature called the wireless switch. It is located on the left side of the system next to the IEEE 1394 connector. When used in combination with the Dell 38482; Quickset utilities, this switch enables or disables the wireless LAN, wireless WAN, and Bluetooth cards in the system or searches for all wireless networks in range.
To scan for a Wi-Fi wireless LAN, slide and hold the switch in the momentary position for a few seconds. The Wi-Fi Catcher network locator works whether the computer is turned on or off, in Hibernate mode, or in Standby mode, as long as the switch is configured through QuickSet or the BIOS to control Wi-Fi network connections.
Because the Wi-Fi Catcher network locator is disabled and not configured for use when the computer is shipped, it must be enabled and configured through the Dell QuickSet utilities to control Wi-Fi network connections.

Wireless Switch LED Settings
The LED on the wireless switch works even if the system is off. A user can activate the switch and have it scan for networks without going through a complete boot process. The switch can be set to detect for only certain wireless signals, such as WLAN only, WWAN only, Bluetooth only, or any combination of these. This is set in the BIOS under the Wireless section.
The LED indicates the presence of a network as follows:
  • Flashing green - The system is searching for a signal.
  • Green - The system has detected a wireless signal and has good strength.
  • Yellow - The system has detected a wireless signal, but it is moderate to weak in strength.
  • Red - The system failed to detect a wireless signal, or the wireless signal is extremely weak.
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How to turn on the wireless switch on your Dell notebook computer The first...


How to turn on the wireless switch on your Dell notebook computer

The first thing you need to do is locate your wireless switch. It is normally located on the left hand side of your notebook computer.

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Next examine the switch to make sure that it is in the middle in the On Position. See the picture below. Note a common issue that will happen is when taking your notebook in and out of your bag that the switch with get knocked into the Off Position.

dc3cc28.pngIn regards to the Momentary Position this for the Wi-Fi Catcher. If you have you already have wireless networks configured and you are in range of the networks the computer will automatically connect to the network. Note this has to be setup through the Dell QuickSet utilities for Wi-Fi network connections.

Below listed are the different color indicators for the Wireless Activity Indicator

Flashing green - The system is searching for a signal.
Green - The system has detected a wireless signal and has good strength.
Yellow - The system has detected a wireless signal, but it is moderate to weak in strength.
Red - The system failed to detect a wireless signal, or the wireless signal is extremely weak.

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Bluetooth on my dell inspiron doesnt light up but the power is on and the monitor is only show auto detect then went black


You may have to pair each device again. The mouse is paired already but the keyboard and other devices you have to pair up with the computer again somewhere along the line they were turned off and deleted in the program files. You can get further assistance at Dell.com

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My dell e1505 inspiron laptop will not let me turn on the wirless adaptor or we just don't know how to turn it on. Can you please help. We have tried the fn-f2 and that does not work. thank you


First, check device manager and system setup (BIOS) to make sure a wireless device is detected by the system and that the driver is installed. If it is, fn+f2 should be doing it for you.

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I train to get the dellinsperion 1100 wereless icant find it what cant i do?


Maybe you forgot to install the wireless driver. Just install the driver and the wireless icon will pop up to detect wireless network. If already install, maybe it is disable and you need to enable it. Just go to start menu>control panel>network and internet connections>network connections>and enable wireless connection if disable.

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Dell Inspiron 2200; Win XP pro; detect router but no connect


Have you change settings on your router? if not try to disconnect and reconnect your dell computer. if still not working. turn off both laptop, turn off the router and modem. wait for 10-20 seconds then turn on the modem first, and if the modem is stable, turn on the router, and if it is stable, turn on the dell computer and try to connect. If still fails, try to delete wireless profile adn recreate it. If still fails, check device manger if there is a problem in your wireless driver. If still cannot connect, perform system restore.

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Wireless connection


hi,
welcome to fixya.com
yes offcourse ur dell inspiron 5100 laptop support wireless connection,and it will detect the wireless connection in ur computer,uninstall and reinstall the wireless driver and then try and connect to wireless connection,and what u can do is that reset the router and then try and connect to wireless network it will definately connect..and it will also detect the wireless signal also........good luck

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Can not detect my wireles


Ok ! Firstly check weather there is a wireless driver installed on your system or not.
If not,Install that first.if you have already a driver installed then try this..
go to start menu-show all connections-check weather there is showing a wireless lan driver or not Also check it from control pannel

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