Question by  thewee (35)

Can you help me troubleshoot my connection for my wireless internet to my laptop?

I am having trouble connecting my wireless internet to my laptop.


Answer by  thorsdecree (409)

Make sure your laptop's wireless works. Try on another wireless connection. Then, make sure your router/WAP is configured properly. If all else fails, hard reset the modem with reset switch.


Answer by  ahsanmahmoodawan (1169)

what type of problem you are getting ? you have to install your laptop's wifi driver in order to connect it with a laptop please define more


Answer by  mooman2679 (1018)

Try turning off your network card and then turning it back on. If this doesn't work, try restarting your computer and seeing if that will fix it.


Answer by  SystemOwner (137)

If the laptop is running on Windows Vista or 7, check the device manager if the wireless card is enabled. Some laptops have wireless switches on the side that you need to toggle. If the wireless card is enabled, search for the Manage Wireless network page and scan for the available network. Call your Internet Service Provider for assistance.


Answer by  pryoplasm (444)

Reset the power on the laptop and where you get your wireless from. Ensure all cables going into things are snug, and plugged in where they need to be on the other end. Try different locations and other wireless devices to see if its the laptop or source. Also, you might want to change wireless broadcast channels.


Answer by  venom8599 (49)

Make sure your equipment is on and you can see the network. You may need to move the equipment around to get a good signal. If you can see the network but not connect, make sure you're using the correct security settings and password for your network.


Answer by  Kazturk (81)

First make sure that your wireless router is powered on. Make sure that you actually have a wireless card in your laptop.


Answer by  fiddlefaddle (883)

There are usually tests that you can run for your wireless adapter depending on what wireless adapter you are using. Make sure to update your drivers too.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Make sure the laptop has the wireless card on and it is functioning that follow the instruction on the network connection wizard. Just make sure it is within range of your hub or router.


Answer by  jsteiny03 (346)

1: Make sure your laptops wireless is turned ON. #1 most common mistake. Usually requires pressing the function button & another button with an "(((e)))" button. 2: reset you router.


Answer by  chriskaput (22)

First you should check for power to the router if one is being used. Unplug it and re-plug it in after 15 seconds. If there is no router being used it is important to unplug the power from the modem, plug it in again and wait 20 seconds.

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