07-08-2010 04:28 PM
07-09-2010 01:45 AM
I don't know about special issues of your WiFi Chipset, but a basic thing to do would be to erase the wifi connection in your list.
Then seek for new networks available, double click on your Wifi network name or - if hidden- create a new network connection.
If it is still not working, check also if a simple reboot of your router solve that problem. Even if other Chipsets connect to the router it may just has an internal error.
Do the reboot in the router menu.
If not possible, disconnect the router from via power supply for at least 15 minutes.
07-10-2010 06:01 PM
Thank You for your input. After posting this I did shut the computer down for a while and when I restarted the wireless was working. But if it happens again (which it probably will) I shall try what you suggested.
07-11-2010 08:04 AM
I am having a similiar problem, have had my computer for 2 weeks. It is an A6660 series. When I turned my computer on this am, it says I wasn't connected. I troubleshooted and it said I need to turn my wireless connector switch on. Where might this be? I made sure the wireless antenna was on, but I don't see any other wireless connector switches.
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