How to Fix Wireless Card Problems
Do you have internet connection at your home or office? Then you will know the uses of internet. Internet is an information high-way. We can gain lot of knowledge from internet services. But the advantages and disadvantaged of the internet depends on how we use the internet. If we use it in a profitable way not only us but the people around us also will benefit. If not it will lead us all to a great disaster. Internet has turned out to be the largest communication medium these days. Comparing to other communication mediums internet can be described as a giant.
Internet connections can be obtained from various ways. Contact an internet service provider and get internet connection. Do you access internet through a wireless connection? Then your PC must be having an inbuilt wireless card. Most of the laptops come along with an inbuilt wireless card. If you don’t have an inbuilt wireless card then buy a USB wireless network adapter and use it just like using a flash drive. You will also need a wireless router.
Wireless networks won’t be connected by using cables. That’s a main reason for users preferring wireless network connections rather than wired networks. So how will you fix your wireless card problems?
See if the wireless card became loose. If your laptop was moving around in the car or if you dropped it, the wireless card may have become disabled or loose. Look on the front of your computer or laptop for a button or a slider indicating the wireless can be disabled and enabled. Be sure the setting is set for enabled.
Check the Device Manager to see that it is set properly. Right click "My Computer," select "Manage" and then double click "Device Manager." Look in the panel on the right and double click "Network Adapters." This container will open and you may notice more than one card in the list. Right click the "Wireless card" and select "Properties." A new window will open; choose the "General" tab to see the status of the device. Under "Device Usage," "use this device" should be set to "enable." If this option is set at "disabled," use the drop down box and choose "enable."
Determine if you lose connectivity all the time or just occasionally. If it is only occasionally, there is a service called Wireless Zero Configuration, which may be causing the problem with your wireless connection. To disable it click "Start" and select "Control Panel" and "Administrative Tools." Select "Services" and scroll down to the "Wireless Zero Configuration." It will probably be set as "Started." Right click and select "Stop."
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