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To turn on wifi connect the power cord from your routers to the power outlet box then connect a computer to one of the rg45 or LAN of your router check the manual of your router for setting by using your browser with the ip specify on your router's manual eje: http:\\220.127.116.11:80 on your browser it dependent the manufacture of your router. And locate it the right setting or power ciacle the router by turning it off or desconnecting from the out let for 5 minute and make sure your computers have wireless on look by the button sing of wireles on your computer hold it and let go until you see the wireless light
The keys along the top ranging from F1 to F12 will have icons on them. you will need to locate the icon that resembles a WiFi tower or radio signal. By default the F1-F12 keys are inverted performing their functions such as turning WiFi on and off so the Fn key will not need to be pressed unless you have changed this setting (typically in the BIOS). If pushing the button with or without the Fn doesn't turn your WiFi on and off then you may be missing the software needed for this to function correctly and you will need to visit Dell to download applications related to your wireless.
If Nothing else changed in the last 2 weeks, such as a new router, or other hardware changes, AND it just started happening, I suggest you do a "system restore" to a date BEFORE the problem started.
This should correct the problem, and if you did any updates or other software installations, you will need to re install them.
Finally, one option prior to system restoring is to turn off the wireless router (unplug it) and then wait a minute. Plug back in. Then turn on your computer. You can try this first if you haven't already..
Try connecting to another wireless connection... if it connects to another connection and you get to the internet, then it is something with your wireless router or modem. Your PC can "see" a wireless connection, so it is NOT PC hardware.
It sounds like you can connect to the router, but cannot go through the router to get to the internet. Probably a simple issue with your modem or router. Try power cycling the modem, and power cycling the router. Then restart your PC and try connecting again.
If all that fails, try installing Mozilla Firefox and see if that will get out to the internet. It may be a problem with Internet Explorer.
i have tata internet connection. i inserted two ethernet cards in server system. when i was going to use ping command for internet connection, "DNS server host not reatchable" message coming. ping command working & and also browsing after one of the ethernet card disable.
i want to connect the systems on LAN for internet from server. please suggest for this problem.
If the wireles led is turned OFF, either the wireless is turned OFF in the router's settings or the wireless portion is not working anymore.
You may contact contact motorolla for this or your ISP (if the ISP has provided the router)