No wireless signals Tags: Connectivity Dell Inspiron Radio Windows XP Wireless Networking Last response: October 4, 2010 10:15 PM in Wireless Networking Share mcahill6912 October 4, 2010 9:41:01 PM after reinstalling xp on a dell inspiron I can see NO wireless network at all. No switch on the laptop to turn on the radio. How do I activate the radio/wireless networks? More about : wireless signals Anonymous October 4, 2010 10:15:34 PM See the manual for how to activate wireless (it's usually a physical switch or an Fn key combination unless it's an older model which seemed to just leave the wireless on all the time.) If no joy, probably you need to install the driver for the wireless adapter. Go to Dell's support site and use the Dell Service Tag (usually pasted onto the case) to find drivers for your model. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWireless suddenly went slow and would detect as many signals Forum SolvedWhat wireless device am I looking for to boost my signals? Forum SolvedNew wireless adapter not picking up any signals. help! Forum SolvedWhat is the purpose of multiple antennas on wireless routers? Stronger signal or more signals? Forum Headphones picking up Wireless signals? Forum Wireless card not picking up signals Forum Wireless signals not in range to desktop pc Forum Wireless signals super weak only on my computer Forum Can not input secuirty key to wireless signals Forum My laptop doesnot show any wireless signals Forum pull wireless signals Forum Do Wireless Routers give out wireless signals when not used? Forum Oddity - Two wireless signals available same MAC. Hacking? Forum My laptop doesnt recognise wireless signals anymore!! Forum WIRELESS DISTRBUTION OF CABLE T.V. SIGNALS Forum SolvedAdvice picking up wireless network signal through trees Forum SolvedWireless signal strength low! Forum SolvedWireless transmission of HDTV signal from antenna? Forum Solvedwireless signal issues Forum SolvedPoor signal with wireless network and directional antenna Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !