Laptop Wireless Card Replacement
Laptop Wireless Problems
Having Laptop Wi-Fi Conection Problems..?
Do you have wireless devices but can’t connect your personal Laptop computers in any of your networks or can’t link to the internet? Troubleshooting the problem can be difficult. We can help you identify your wireless connection problems.
With the majority of ISP’s (internet service providers) giving away free wireless routers to their customers when they sign up it means more and more people are using wireless networks to connect to the internet or as a private home network. Unless you are familiar with networks and wireless networks troubleshooting problems with wireless networks can be tiresome.
Wireless connection errors can be caused by a number of problems from hardware incompatabilities to outdated software. Once set up correctly Wi-Fi networks are very convenient for creating networks without the use of cables. Once connected, it would be rare that the connection would drop and your computer or laptop then has the freedom to roam within the range of the wireless device.
There are a number of common wireless network problems that we can help with. If you are experiencing any problems and need help resolving them simply get in touch.
Try these simple tasks first
Try reinstalling the software. Go to Add or Remove programs in the control panel. Then find that software. Click remove, go through the uninstall process and then reinstall it. See if that works!
Check the network card driver. Go to Start > Right click on my computer and click on manage (should be fourth one down) > Click on Device Manager and see if under the network adapter theres an exclamation point (!).
If so, search the internet for the driver. If not, do the above step.
Or it could be a virus, malware, or spyware or any type of malicious software. Try scanning your computer with your antivirus software,or the ESET Nod 32 online scan tool below see if there’s any malware or spyware or rouges that are hampering your computer.
Also Be closer to the router
Run the built in windows troubleshoot
If you have windows Vista running at the moment then this could be way easier for you than compared to the users of XP. In Vista, you have the option of troubleshooting your problem which helps you determine where actually the problem lies.
Try Ethernet connection
First try and connect with the Ethernet wire to make sure you have configured the router properly. If you try and directly install your router then that would not function. Therefore, to make life easier, it would be recommended that you connect using the local cable.
Turn off Wi-Fi Security
This is one of the major problems which people are facing today while connecting to the network. In order to prevent misuse of their network most people set up their routers with passwords which they mess up at the initial stage of the settings. If you follow the router manual then that can help you enable to disable all of this.
Try another device
If you think that only your PC or laptop are facing a problem in connecting then you could try another device since now most of the phones are Wi-Fi enabled. This would help you determine where the problem lies. Rather in another situation you could carry your phone or laptop around and catch signals of other people to determine where the problem lies.
A Technician Will:
||Test your wireless router to make sure it’s ok.|
|Troubleshoot your laptop in our workshop and repair if possible|
|Our technician will let you know if you require a new wireless card fitted|
|Fit and test new wireless card.|
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