Why cant i view avaliable networks Tags: Connectivity Connection Notebooks Wireless Printer Wireless Networking Last response: February 15, 2010 4:58 PM in Wireless Networking Share Anonymous February 15, 2010 4:23:14 PM Hello, I am using an acer notebook. I try to connect to the internet via wireless but it says no avaliable networks , will not connect to wireless printer either. I have witreless and have no problem getting it on my laptop. More about : view avaliable networks mibix19 February 15, 2010 4:58:30 PM Is wireless enabled? Look for a switch on the side, or look at your function keys Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources I cant view available wireless networks Forum Can\'t View Available Wireless Networks.... Forum Cant view wireless networks Forum Can view wireless networks, but can't connect Forum Can't view nearby available networks Forum Can't view available wireless networks Forum Can't view available wireless networks Forum Can't View Available Wireless Networks.... Forum HP nc6400 suddenly stopped detecting avaliable wireless networks! Forum Trying to figure out why I can't gain Internet access through public wi-fi networks Forum Why cant i view usb directory in DOS windows 7 Forum Why cant you view edited photos in any program other than adobe photoshop? Forum SolvedWhy there is no Network on my Samsung tv? I tried to connect my Samsung tv to wifi but i cant wifi the Network? Please help me Forum Dual networks - why can't I get a local private network to work? Forum I can't view video on my laptop unless I'm hardlined into a network Forum Can ping server, but can't view it on any laptop on the Network..... Forum Solvedwhy cant i get my emails on my android tablet when im connected to my network Forum SolvedView available Wireless Networks are not populating Forum Why can't I access some wireless networks which are not se.. Forum SolvedCannot view any wireless networks. HELP! Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !