Question about Dell Computers & Internet
First off you should check your drivers and see if there is a problem showing up there.
To do so just right click "My Computer" and select "Manage", Select "Device Manager" in the window that pops up. If you see any Yellow Exclamation marks or Question Marks, it means that particular driver is bad. You can then go to the dell website, download the appropriate driver and install it.
If there are no Yellow marks then it could be that the problem is with your configuration on the wireless router side.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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