The presence of wai-faia makes it possible to usethe Internet in the most different places. But before you can, conveniently located in a cafe or on a park bench, plunge into the world of the Internet, you need to understand your laptop and find out how and where to include the network on the laptop.
How can I turn on the wireless network on my laptop?
Nothing difficult to includewireless connection on the laptop, no. You just need to know the function keys to turn on the wireless connection on your brand laptop, because each manufacturer plays the key combinations in its own way. To those who are trying to understand:
How to enable wireless communication on the Asus laptop, you just need to press Fn and F2;
the wireless button on the HP laptop is a combination of Fn and F12 or a touch button with an antenna pattern in those models where there is one;
on Lenovo press Fn and F5 or a special switch, which is indicated in the instruction;
Acer and Packard Bell include a network combination of Fn and F3;
on different Samsung models - this is either Fn and F9 or Fn and F12.
If the standard combination is not suitable (in newmodels can be entered another), then you should pay attention to the instructions from the manufacturer, where you must specify all the necessary information related to the functionality of the laptop. In any case, it should be the Fn button, and in its absence press a special button with an antenna pattern or switch.
Turning on the wireless connection on your laptop in other ways
If the keypad does not have a radio button,can be placed on the side panel or the bottom of the laptop. The buttons located on the bottom are not noticeable, so you need to pay special attention to find it there. If neither the combination nor the switch could turn on the wireless network, then, most likely, the Wi-Fi is simply not configured, and it's time to do it.
How do I turn on the wireless network adapter?
Any setting begins with a check for availabilitynecessary drivers that connect, if they are, but are not connected, and are first downloaded and installed, and then connected, if they are not in the laptop. You can check the driver through the "Control Panel", the menu item "Device Manager". If this subsection is not visible at once, then perhaps it is in the "Hardware and Sound" section.
From the "Dispatcher" you need to go to the "Network Adapters"and to find out there the Wireless section, which is necessary. It may be that there is no inscription, or it is marked with an exclamation mark. This is a direct evidence of problems with the drivers, which will have to be installed first. They must be present on the disc that is attached to the laptop. If the disc is lost or for some reason you can not install it, you can search for it on the manufacturer's website.
If there are drivers, but are marked with an exclamationsign, you need to right-click on this icon and select the appropriate item in the menu that appears. Usually this is the phrase "Enlist". You can turn it on additionally if the adapter is connected to the power saving mode.
Eliminate the savings factor in the Windows 7 menu in the "Properties" section, where there should be a subsection "Power management". There is a tick in the item "Allow shutdown for saving".
After the tick is removed, the drivers will beWork, and the connection can be performed by standard keystrokes. If the above manipulations did not work, the laptop should be shown to a specialist - it may be damaged.