Verify that you have activated the wifi adapter pressing the keys "Fn" and "F9", then try connecting to your wireless network. If the problem persists, go to Start Menu, right click on computer, choose properties, in the window that appears click in left upper in device manager, in the final window appears click network adapters, uninstall the adapter wireless by right-clicking on it, once removed, in that same window go to precione Action menu and the option Scan for hardware changes. This will have deleted all the wireless settings saved in the system. Try again to connect to your wireless network.
Hi I tried this but it made no difference, I have just seen a message about default gateway is not available. Also there is another message saying reset wireless adaptor connection. I do not know what this means. I can get online via a 3G dongle but not via either wifi or direct cable (LAN?).
Thank you Martin Fisher
Good afternoon,Try downloading and running the following program: Link, then download the drivers for network adapters and try to install again: HereA greeting.