find the driver for those: wan miniport IP, wan miniport (IPv6), wan miniport network monitor all those three have a yellow exclamation on them. Wireless does not work, included lan. It used to work fine suddenly those guys display with a yellow exclamation. OS Win 7
I used Dell Inspiron 1440. about 1 month ago, my Wireless Hardware along with the Wireless Network has been missing for unfortunate reason. I tried to reinstall the Wireless Network from program along with the CD application that came with Laptop. I also use limitless resources in order to have my Wireless Network to appear.
I use right now with Ethernet connected to router.
Im using Dell Inspiron 1440. recently upgraded from W7 home premium to W8 Pro. Im able to use my dell Bluetooth travel mouse with W8 pro but the mouse track wheel is not working and the side buttons too. im able to move the curser, use right click and left click. what should I do to make the side buttons and the mouse wheel to work in W8 Pro.
i have a dell inspiron 1440.i am unable to install lan card real tek driver so that i can connect to local area network internet cable,after uploading driver in network places i see
LOCAL AREA NETWORK bluE tooth lan access server will this connect to local cable? THE lan driver real tek after installation says that shut down and plug realtek PCI-E card to complete installation?what do i do?
Every time I play League of Legends, Rumble fighter, or Maplestory, about 20-30 minutes into the game, my laptop disconnects from my router. Then, when I try to reconnect, the router connection thing magically disappears from the settings. This forces me to restart my laptop. When I DO restart my laptop, the connection is there again. Everything is fine when I surf the web.
i have a Dell Inspiron 1440 notebook and it keeps either shutting off the wifi or losing the connection to the network i have replaced the WiFi card with a new one and tried a couple of other settings and it did great for a week and now its doing it again and also it doe's not go to sleep when you close the lid and i have it set to do that .
I have an Inspiron 1440, windows 7 which won't connect to the net (wireless). First some history, I have 3 computers, 2 laptops and a desktop. About a month ago, the laptop that isn't working now was working fine, but the other 2 computers didn't work (i.e., didn't connect to the net). I have ATT-U-verse. Called them and we changed the name of my network to get the other 2 working. Which they did. Now the Inspiron won't work. Of course, I changed the network access to the new one but it still won't work. I have tried deleting the network from the computer and selecting the router from the list that comes up, but when it detects my network in range, it won't ask for the security key it will simply try to connect as if it knows the key already, even though I have deleted it. I have also removed the battery and replaced and that won't work. One more thing, I took the laptop to work and it connected to the internet just fine.
I have a Studio 1440 64-bit system that came with Vista installed. I upgraded to Windows 7 soon after. With both these versions the bluetooth was working fine. My computer got a virus and I had to re-install everything. Now my Bluetooth is unable to detect any bluetooth devices. I have the latest driver for the Dell Wireless Bluetoothe 365 module. When installing it says that it is looking for bluetooth devices but none are discoverable even though I have a Microsoft Bluetooth notebook 5000 mouse and a smartphone with bluetooth that are in discovery mode.I know the devices are discoverable because they are discovered on my wife's computer which is also a studio 1440.
I recently purchased 4 Inspiron 660 destkop with Windows 7 x64 Pro. When I plug them in to an ethernet connection, they are able to pull an IP address from DHCP but they do not connect to the internet. The network icon in the taskbar has a yellow exclamation point and has the message "No Internet Access" when I mouse-over it. I am trying to connect the computer in an office with a DHCP server. I have not joined the computer to the domain yet. I can plug any of my other computers into the same ethernet port and they will connect to the internet including other computers with the same OS and computers with XP SP3 or Vista. I have also had another tech connect the computer to other ethernet ports that we know work with other computers and the computers still cannot access the internet.
I have already tried the solution here: [URL] which advises you to uninstall the free McAfee software (which was already done or the computer didn't come with it) and uninstall a windows update which we did. The computers still do not connect to the internet. Are there any other possible solutions? These computers are straight out of the box and unaltered other than removing the software and update in the above link.
Could this have anything to do within the Atheros Smart Net software or the Intel Trusted Connect Service Client? I'm not familiar with this software or what it is supposed to do.
i have had my inspiron 17r since this christmas. however, after about a month of having my computer i noticed something that it did that was very annoying. the wifi connection is randomly lost for about 2 minutes and then re connects. during that time i cannot load any pages or anything. when it first started doing this, it would only happen about once every 2 hours, but it progressively got worse and worse to the point that i cannot even access the internet with it anymore. i boot it up and it has no connection then connects to wifi for 5 seconds and then loses it again. heres the deal though, this only happens with my computer out of all of my family's computers. i have a very good wifi connection because the connection says "good" whenever it does connect, and this problem never happened with my last computer which was a toshiba. i know for a fact it isn't a problem with my home wifi because i have brought my computer on a trip across the country before and it still happened. Dell worker before gave me a link to update some drivers of which i cant remember. this rectify the problem a little for maybe a week or two and then it started doing it again.
for no apparent reason I have lost both wi-fi and wired Internet on my Dell Inspiron 1545. I have tried to set up again etc but it states 'No connections are available'. I am connected on my iPod so my broadband is fine. I have tried with an Ethernet cable but it does nothing.
something is really wrong with my dell wireless 1702... speed is about 1-2 mbps...but when i connect the external usb wifi DLINK the speed is awesome about 30-40mbps.... dont know what to do...installed new drivers, new bios firmware... also new audio drivers... but nothing happens, speed is really SLOW.
My pc is connected to the ethernet chord at home. I can go anywhere else and connect with a wireless connection but I can't in my own house. Every time I try I get an error the the network adapter isn't found. The trouble shooter can't even fix it. Everyone else in the house has no issues connecting with a wireless connection.The wireless connection has worked maybe twice for me since I purchased the laptop (May 2012). Since I am more comfortable at my desk it's no issue but there is a new printer that I can't connect to because I can't download the driver because I have to unplug my laptop to go in the other room to get to it.
Dell Inspiron 518 I have a problem with my internet going direct to modem, it a constant problem with my internet. I use Internet Explorer 9 for my web browsing. I contact my ISP and they send in a technician to see if it was a problem with my modem, while the tech work on my modem he explain to me that there wasnt a problem with the modem. He showed a comparison with my computer and his laptop. when he used his laptop it show outstanding speed, and my computer was showing time out or webpage can't be displayed the only way i can use my computer for internet is if i boot up my computer and hold down F8 to go under safe mode with network and my internet works prefectly fine, i even try a ping testing under command prompt and website that test my ping, download speed and upload speed.
I bought a Dell Inspiron17R SE 7720 with an Intel Wireless 2230 card. I was told I could connect a Netgear Push2TV adapter that would allow me to connect to my TV wirelessly. When I went to connect it, I was able to get the TV to the point of asking me to Launch my Intel Wireless Display. I go to my programs but cannot find anything that mentions Wi-Di. I am not very tech savvy, so I don't know what to do. Is there a driver I can download? Am I missing something on my computer programs? Should I use another method and send the part back to Dell?
I bought a new hard drive, installed windows 7 again, all went as planned except I have no wireless connection. Installed all drivers, in the order provided for on this website, and still nothing. I've tried updating windows, have reinstalled a total of 4 times all the while using the order provided for here. Nothing is working and I can't find an answer anywhere.
Just got Dell Inspirion 410 Zino delivered today. Thought it will start rolling right after I unpack it and push the start button, but this wasn't the case.
It's about the wireless adapter, it's so miserably slow one can't use it even on local network, getting online is out of the question. Constantly loosing the connection too. At first I suspected there could be something wrong with my router, but checking and double checking all the settings didn't work. Besides, I've got several other computers online and everyone's happy except Zino. Even little ipod is faster than Zino which I wanted for streaming the movies in the first place. Well, right now I can hardly get to google home page...
We have a new Dell Inspiron15R with Windows 7 installed. Our internet provider requires a User ID and password and therefore requires a redirect to their website.
I get a Windows security message recommending I do not allow the redirect (which I can choose and force the redirect). My question is - Is there a setting I can modify to allow this redirect to eliminate the security warning? Our old laptop ran on XP and redirected without any security warning.
Recently purchased a Dell Inspiron M5030 and realized it has a toshiba hard drive installed. I'm having trouble enabling the wireless on it, also I can't setup a connection with my router. I tried enabling the wireless but I get an run-time error '13' type mismatch
I have a Dell Inspiron 1525. At home wired/wireless internet works perfectly. At school I have to keep the laptop, wired because the wireless signal isn't strong enough. I have a brand new ethernet cable and have tried others and for some reason my internet always loses connection after a few minutes. It works as soon as I unplug the ethernet cable from my laptop and plug it back in, but then fails again shortly after.When I try diagnose and repair, it says I need to reset the network adapter, and when I click on that option it starts working again for a few minutes but loses connection shortly after.
I would like to connect my playstation 3 to the internet from my laptop which is connected to a guest network (college dorm: I don't have access to a network key - I use my student ID and password at the launch of the browser to access the internet). Is there any way to do this? I have a Dell inspiron 1500 with Windows 7. Basically, what I would like to do is support my ps3 internet connection using my guest network connection from my laptop by running an ethernet cable from the laptop to my playstation.
We have a Dell Inspiron E 1405 in which we replaced the hard drive. We have been unable to connect to our wireless AT&T Uverse 2WIRE router at home. We have tried many different ideas from the Internet, but nothing anybody suggests has worked. We are not very computer-savvy, so we are probably missing something that would be quite obvious to pros. We have Windows XP on this laptop.
My Inspiron N5110 loses the wireless connection frequently. We have many other devices in the house -- laptops, iPhones, etc. -- that continue to work flawlessly through the same router when I lose my connection. The troubleshooter generally leads me to resetting the router, even though, as I have indicated, the router is working properly.