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I lost the icon that makes me connect to the wireless. How do I paste that icon again in the sink. PS: This is the icon that is next to the label of the battery.

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You can find it in the all programs and then right click it to send a shortcut to the desktop

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How do i reset it my wireless adapter


If I were you, I'd first let Windows Manage Wireless Network Connections:
  1. Click Start If you're using XP, click Start then open the Control Panel. Find the Switch to Classic View button in the Control Panel and click it.
  2. Open Network Connections Open Network Connections then double-click the Wireless Network Connection icon.
  3. Click the Properties Click the Properties button. Look for the boxes at the bottom of the Properties window that read "Show icon in notification area when connected" and "Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity" and make sure they are both checked.
  4. You could also right click on the Wireless Network Connection icon and click Properties from there.
  5. Open Wireless Networks tab Open the Wireless Networks tab and make sure the box labeled "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings" is checked. Then click OK.
  6. under Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center you could find "manage wireless connection" there you could assign/delete wireless connection.

Oct 26, 2014 | Lenovo ThinkCentre M72E 4004-B8U Tiny Form...

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How to fix your wireless connection ("limited or no connectivity")


Although these instructions should work with pretty much any version of Windows, I wrote them for a computer that has Windows XP installed on it.

Also, it looks a lot worse than it really is (promise)...
  1. Select all these steps and paste them into Notepad (and/or print them out or something),because you'll need to close your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc. -- whichever you're using) which will mean these instructions will go also close/go away. You'll also be needing to disconnect any ethernet ("network")cables from your computer (if there are any connected, of course).
  2. Close your browser.
  3. Disconnect any LAN ("network") cables attached directly to your computer.
  4. Click Start.
  5. Click Settings.
  6. Click Control Panel.
  7. Double-click Internet options.
  8. Click the Connections tab at the top.
  9. Towards the bottom, click the button labeled LAN Settings.
  10. Make sure that Automatically detect settings is checked, and that everything else (unless you have an advanced setup) is unchecked.
  11. Click OK.
  12. Click OK again (but leave the Control Panel window open).
  13. Now, click Start (again...).
  14. Click Programs.
  15. Click Accessories.
  16. Click Command Prompt.
  17. In the window that opens, type in ipconfig /release and hit Enter.
  18. Then, type ipconfig /flushdns (again, hit Enter).
  19. Then, type ipconfig /renew (..... Enter).
  20. Give it a minute to see if the "Limited connectivity" thing changes to how it should be (which is without the little yellow exclamation point). If it connects, great! (Glad I could help. Skip to step 25.) If not (which is usually my luck), see the next step.
  21. Go back to the Control Panel window and open Network settings (I think that's what it's labeled...)
  22. Right-click the icon that represents your wireless connection (which should be pretty obvious).
  23. Select Disable & then wait maybe 10 or 20 seconds.
  24. Repeat steps 22 & 23, except instead of Disable, select Enable (in step 23).
  25. (Before I type anymore...) Re-open your browser & see if it works. If not, let me know. :)
Actually, let me know either way (if possible) -- if not, no worries. :)

Hope that helps... Good luck!

on Feb 25, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Set up linksy 2.4 ghz


Instructions
    • 1Shut down any devices you wish to incorporate into your network, including computersicon1.png and cable or DSL modems.
    • 2Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to any of the numbered ports on the rear of the routericon1.png. Connect the remaining end to the Ethernet port on your computer. Connect a second Ethernet cable to the port on the router labeled "Internet." Connect the other end of the cable to your high-speed modem.
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    • 3Power on your high-speed modem. Plug the router's power supply into any available electrical outlet and connect the power supply to the appropriate port on the rear of your router. Examine the LCD lights located on the front of your router. Wait for the LCD light labeled "Diag" to stop displaying a bright red light, and then turn on your computer.
    • 4Open the network management control panel for your operating system. In Windows, open the "Start" menu, select "Control Panel" and double-click on the "Network Connections" icon; in OS X, open the "Apple" menu, select "System Preference" and click on the icon labeled "Network."
    • 5Configure your network settings. In Windows, double-click on the icon labeled "Local Area Connection," click on the button labeled "Properties," click on the option labeled "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)," select the option labeled "Obtain an IP address automatically" and click "OK" twice. In OS X, select "Using DHCP" from the pull-down menu labeled "Configure IPv4." Repeat this procedure with any other computers you wish to connect to the router.
    • 6Open your Web browser and enter "192.168.1.1" in the address field. When prompted, leave the "User Name" field blank and enter "admin" in the "Password" field. Locate the wireless mode menu and select the appropriate option, based on the types of devices you wish to connect to your network (if uncertain, select "Mixed"). Choose a unique SSID name and enter it in the appropriate field. Click "Apply."
    • 7Click on the button labeled "Enable" next to the option labeled "WEP." Click on the button labeled "Edit WEP Settings" and enter your desired security information. Make a note of these settings, then click "Apply."
    • 8Restart your computer. For those computers you wish to connect wirelessly, open their network configuration screens and enter the security information in the appropriate fields. Setup is now complete.


Read more: How to Set Up a Linksys WRT54G Wireless G Router ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5133173_set-linksys-wrt54g-wireless-router.html#ixzz2CVg8SB27

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Cannot get wireless internet to work. Set up wireless connection. Icon shows connected, excellent strength. There is another computer icon next to it on the task bar however that shows a red X through it,...


find that ip of the router e.g 192.168.0.1 or something like that

gott to the lan network connection of pc
got tcip option

in ther enter the ip addree 192.168.0.xxx ( anything but ther router address)
subnet mansk 255.255.255.255.0
defualut gateway the routers ip address
primary dns router router ip address
leave the secondary ip blank

Mar 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to make a wi-fi connection to my sylvania net book?? when i reformat my PC the wifi connection setup is lost..plz help me


first you have to be in a wire less hot spot starbucks library etc then you click the wifi icon on desktop then click it to power off (trust me i own one)you will see a wifi icon appear in task bar if it has no red bars next to the icon your on if it does double click the wireless icon in task bar and click wireless connections and click on the ones that are available to you if they ask for a network password you will need it ask who you are trying to connect to (also go to digi gadgets.com they have a free download update for the wireless system good luck

Dec 15, 2010 | Sylvania G-Netbook

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I AM TRYING TO CONNECT MY ROUTER WITH MY LAPTOP AND I ALSO WANT MY ROUTER SECURITY......


  • Shut down any devices you wish to incorporate into your network, including computers and cable or DSL modems.

  • 2

    Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to any of the numbered ports on the rear of the router. Connect the remaining end to the Ethernet port on your computer. Connect a second Ethernet cable to the port on the router labeled "Internet." Connect the other end of the cable to your high-speed modem.

  • 3

    Power on your high-speed modem. Plug the router's power supply into any available electrical outlet; connect the power supply to the appropriate port on the rear of your router. Examine the LCD lights located on the front of your router. Wait for the LCD light labeled "Diag" to stop displaying a bright red light, and then turn on your computer.

  • 4

    Open the network management control panel for your operating system (in Windows, open the "Start" menu, select "Control Panel" and double-click on the "Network Connections" icon; in OS X, open the "Apple" menu, select "System Preference" and click on the icon labeled "Network").

  • 5

    Configure your network settings. In Windows, double-click on the icon labeled "Local Area Connection," click on the button labeled "Properties," click on the option labeled "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)," select the option labeled "Obtain an IP address automatically" and click "OK" twice. In OS X, select "Using DHCP" from the pull-down menu labeled "Configure IPv4." Repeat this procedure with any other computers you wish to connect to the router.

  • 6

    Open your Web browser and enter "192.168.1.1" in the address field. When prompted, leave the "User Name" field blank and enter "admin" in the "Password" field. Locate the wireless mode menu and select the appropriate option, based on the types of devices you wish to connect to your network (if uncertain, select "Mixed"). Choose a unique SSID name and enter it in the appropriate field; click "Apply."

  • 7

    Click on the button labeled "Enable" next to the option labeled "WEP." Click on the button labeled "Edit WEP Settings" and enter your desired security information. Make a note of these settings; then click "Apply."

  • 8

    Restart your computer(s). For those computers you wish to connect wirelessly, open their network configuration screens and enter the security information in the appropriate fields. Setup is now complete

  • Sep 17, 2010 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router

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    How to connect a router to router and what the setup


  • Shut down any devices you wish to incorporate into your network, including computers and cable or DSL modems.

  • 2

    Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to any of the numbered ports on the rear of the router. Connect the remaining end to the Ethernet port on your computer. Connect a second Ethernet cable to the port on the router labeled "Internet." Connect the other end of the cable to your high-speed modem.

  • 3

    Power on your high-speed modem. Plug the router's power supply into any available electrical outlet; connect the power supply to the appropriate port on the rear of your router. Examine the LCD lights located on the front of your router. Wait for the LCD light labeled "Diag" to stop displaying a bright red light, and then turn on your computer.

  • 4

    Open the network management control panel for your operating system (in Windows, open the "Start" menu, select "Control Panel" and double-click on the "Network Connections" icon; in OS X, open the "Apple" menu, select "System Preference" and click on the icon labeled "Network").

  • 5

    Configure your network settings. In Windows, double-click on the icon labeled "Local Area Connection," click on the button labeled "Properties," click on the option labeled "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)," select the option labeled "Obtain an IP address automatically" and click "OK" twice. In OS X, select "Using DHCP" from the pull-down menu labeled "Configure IPv4." Repeat this procedure with any other computers you wish to connect to the router.

  • 6

    Open your Web browser and enter "192.168.1.1" in the address field. When prompted, leave the "User Name" field blank and enter "admin" in the "Password" field. Locate the wireless mode menu and select the appropriate option, based on the types of devices you wish to connect to your network (if uncertain, select "Mixed"). Choose a unique SSID name and enter it in the appropriate field; click "Apply."

  • 7

    Click on the button labeled "Enable" next to the option labeled "WEP." Click on the button labeled "Edit WEP Settings" and enter your desired security information. Make a note of these settings; then click "Apply."

  • 8

    Restart your computer(s). For those computers you wish to connect wirelessly, open their network configuration screens and enter the security information in the appropriate fields. Setup is now complete

  • Sep 15, 2010 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router

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    LAN AND WLAN


    Hi,

    Sometimes when dealing with IP addresses, DNS, etc... you system does not update automatically. in your case, i think you are having a problem of renewing IP address and gateway... open Run CMD.
    type ipconfig /release.
    this command shall release all automatic IP. then you do ipconfig /renew. this shall renew the ip address.

    Feb 25, 2010 | Dell Latitude X1 Notebook

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    Lost signal on acer aspire 6530 lap top, dont know if my daughter has pressed a wrong button or switch ?


    There is a little satellite icon next to the always blue (when turned on) skip to next (song) and stop (square) touch buttons. Put your finger on the satellite icon for a few seconds, then move off, a green message should come up on the bottom of your screen saying "Wireless LAN enabled", if it says "Wireless LAN disabled" then there is another problem with your connection.
    When the wireless is enabled check that you're connected to the wireless network. Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center (in Vista) you should be able to see:
    "Access Local and Internet"

    If it's not connected to the internet try resetting your wireless router, if that doesn't work, check you have the correct network password. Right click the two little PC screens (icon) in the bottom left, in the new window right-click your network and go to properties. In the new window, "Security" tab check the settings and type in the correct network security key (password) again. Hopefully you will have a record fo the network security key or your problem will have already been fixed before you get to this point. :)

    Sep 27, 2009 | Acer Aspire 6530-5143 Notebook PC

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