My router does not seem to puting out a signal. our laptops do not detect a net Tags: Connectivity Laptops Routers Linksys Wireless Networking Last response: January 22, 2011 2:38 AM in Wireless Networking Share tomnance January 12, 2011 12:00:28 AM The laptops that normally run from the Linksys network are not showing any network at all. The "Easy Link Advisor" says the network is working. More about : router puting signal laptops detect net Anonymous a b D Laptop January 12, 2011 8:28:14 AM Check the router user setup screens (see router manual). Check that wireless is enabled and SSID is being broadcast. There should be a wireless indicator LED on the case -- see if it's illuminated. It could be hardware failure. One or two wireless routers use a mini-PCI module for the wireless section -- that can fall out of its socket, so shake the router and see if anything is loose inside. tomnance January 22, 2011 2:38:00 AM There was a problem with my computer after all. thanks Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWifi's on 2 Laptops don't detect each other even with nets.. ForumNeed advice on setting up our home network. ForumWife's Laptop shut down our router ForumHow can we reduce the HEAT in our CPU with 1-2 simple moves? ForumBest wireless router Forum**The Ultimate Modem/ Router Setup Thread** ForumAT&T DSL modem won't link to my Linksys router ForumHow do i connect my new rig to our wireless network? ForumHorrible signal with Netgear WNDA3100 ForumSSD space loss--tried most simple recommendations! ForumInternet Slow Through Router ForumCan't Access Battle. net ?! ForumComparing quality on vinyl with Digital ForumCompletly block signal . ForumXyXEL travel router --> XBox 360? ForumBest wireless network card for my router? ForumHow to connect thomson router and linksys router in a network ForumIs an Alltel wireless modem considered a router to connect to the internet ForumWhy does my wifi keep disconnecting ForumWhy want my wireless router softwear install on windows 7 More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !