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Its in your free manual (i guess too airplane mode enabled)
download it and use it and for next time wifi goes dead.
first off 1000s is wrong,its 100s, one too many zero's
makes finding the book 10x harder, so.. they list 2.
then land here.
page 15 covers all this.
step one ,F7 , turn of airplane mode
if this key is dead, the wifi drivers in the pc are corrupted, or missing.
Posted on Jan 21, 2019
Press F7 to disable airplane mode. you should then see the transmitter icon near the clock which you have to click to connect.
Posted on Jan 21, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The following info. might help you fixing the above problem:
For WIRELESS CONNECTION follow these Steps:
(Note: Keep the Ethernet cable plugged in unless we set up
1: Click on Home Network
Click on Configure which is the 3rd last icon on the Top
Make sure that the option-Interface Enabled is ticked.
Channel selection should be ob Manuall.
Wireless channel can be 11( thats what is in my case).
Encryption is again depending on what type of sercurity you wants. I would suggest go for WPA.
After editing the above info. do not fail to note the KEY before clicking Apply
Now just enable the WIRELESS CONNECTION on your PC /
Pull the SSID of your router and Click connect.
It will ask for the WEP/WPA key?
Enter the key and Click connect.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
Are you connecting wirelessly or with a cord? if wireless, you need to make sure that you are selecting the same security setting as the connection that you pick in 'network settings'. If the option is 'none', then you need not worry about a password. however if it has a password, then you need to make sure that you type that password in (case sensitive). I had the same problem and this worked for me. hope this helps...please rate if it does....thanks. also, you shouldn't have to do anything with your laptop at all. try to use a direct line from your modem if you are using an ethernet cord.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: Sony Vaio Wireless switch
if its not detected, then it is not enabled or not installed correctly..
try to reinstall the driver provide from the CDs and then enable it
thats all the problem i think
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
check that u have properly configured ip address
gateways and dns
try pinging gateway if u get ping then try pinging ur dns servers.
if u get ping from dns server ur brouser might got curropt if not you need to reconfigure ur wireless router.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
This sounds like bad wiring from the internet side, or noise on the line, which would drop the connection, but not enough to indicate it. Get the line checked to make sure it's a strong, clean signal. Good luck, hope this helps.
Posted on May 20, 2010
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