Linksys receiving no signal but connected Tags: Connectivity Linksys Wireless Adapter Wireless Networking Last response: March 11, 2010 1:58 PM in Wireless Networking Share naftaliy March 11, 2010 1:47:35 PM Hello, my wireless adapter picks up an unsecured network. the network connects but reads "no signal". is there a way to remedy this, generally? More about : linksys receiving signal connected Anonymous March 11, 2010 1:58:08 PM I'm not quite sure what you are trying to do. If the unsecured network is somebody else's, it may not have an internet connection. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWireless Linksys, shows connected but NO signal... Forum Videocard not working, when connected, monitor shows ''Check cable connection'' or ''No signal received'' Forum SolvedMonitor not receiving signal, but PC is still running. Forum SolvedMonitor not Receiving any signal from my MSI R7 260. Forum SolvedMonitor not receiving dvi signal Forum SolvedMonitor not receiving Signal when installing new RAM. Forum SolvedWall Cable Connected Modem-Router, WiFi Modem-Router to WiFi router Linksys WRT1900, router cable connected to pc. Forum I need to send my wifi signal outdoors (boosting transmission power, not receiving power) Forum monitor receiving no signal when plugged into gpu Forum Unsure what is wrong - monitor is not receiving a signal Forum pc monitor not receiving signal Forum SolvedExcellent signal (full bars), no internet (Linksys e1200) Forum Issue Regarding Monitor Receiving No Signal From GPU Forum I'm Receiving a strong WIFI signal however my Internet is not functioning Forum monitor isn't receiving signal from computer after recovery reboot Forum PC to TV via HDMI: PCs sending but the TVs not receiving the signal Forum Monitor not receiving signal? Forum Solved'No Signal' When Monitor is connected to GPU Forum Getting Weak Signal By Linksys Router Forum Monitor is receiving no signal from Computer. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !