I have a Dell Inspiron 14R running Windows 7 64 bit. I have had my PC from this past November; about 7 months.
I was using my PC, and suddenly, I started to experience wireless problems. I was unable to get onto the internet. Other devices on my wireless network are able to log on to our network, although that is irrelevant because my radio wasn't picking up anything at all, when it always had from that same location. The connection worked fine using an ethernet cable. After the problem occurred, my Targus Bluetooth mouse also stopped working. This is what I have tried:
What should I do? The problem is obvious that my card is disabled, as all signs point to that. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could fix it? I've tried everything I know, not to mention countless Google searches.
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Mine is experiencing the same problem. I tried pressing F2, disabling the wireless network, uninstall the driver and install again, but of no luck. This is just working fine, after installing the software from juniper it wont work anymore. I tried unistalling the software but doesnt seem to work anymore. any word of advice will be greatly appreciated. thanks
I had a customer last night with the same issue. Same laptop 14r (n4010). We did a factory restore on the laptop and it did not get the card working, (it showed up but wouldn't see anything) so we ended up sending the laptop off for service to have the card or motherboard replaced.
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I have been dealing with this for three months now. I have already sent my computer off to Dell and the wireless card was replaced. They also sent a technician out and replaced the antenna in the monitor. The thing won't stay connected. I read somewhere that it is related to a windows 7 update a few months back. Anyone else know about this?
I can't get anyone to fix it and now I noticed they stopped selling the machine. I expect they have figured out they can't fix it either.
just make sure on the wireless settings only those is loaded:
1. Client for Microsoft Networks
2. File and Printer Sharing....
3. QoS Packet Scheduler
4. Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
let me know if you still cannot connect.
Places to look to see if your Connection is enabled
Hit the Windows Key and the R keys at the same time. Type
REMOVE THE PRODUCT ID and post the rest of the information back here.
or an ipconfig /all log and maybe it will reveal something.
I m using DELL INSPIRON n4010 model and os windows7.in that wifi is not working,while i m trying to install the wifi drivers it showing no supported hard ware for wifi.
please can u provide the solution as early as possible