I unfortunately can’t connect to any of them even if I had the key. I do have an ethernet port and I am able to directly plug into my router so using my laptop in my basement office is not a problem but if I want to move the laptop anywhere else it then becomes a big problem. If there’s a harder way to do something I’ll probably find it. Maybe Linux works differently? Home Help Search Login Register. Press the “F2” key once while holding the Function key.
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Taking a quick look on the net found these references. Any way to fix the driver? Hi I thought I would update this.
Dell Latitude D Intel PRO/Wireless Network Connection Driver A15 – New – Win 2K, Win XP
Thanks to everyone who came to my aid I will keep this open in case anyone else wants to comment. If there’s a harder way to do something I’ll probably find it. The F2 pro/wirelesz is located on the topmost row of keys on the Dell keyboard.
I hope this helps with your problem.
If you have the WindowsXP. I know wired to the router I can connect directly to the internet but not wireless presently. I don’t even think you can do that with Linux and the FN key that controls the functions at the top of the keyboard. Waldo You are absolutely right.
So anything not too d60 as I still don’t understand Linux near as much as I do Windows.
One is to the manuals available from Dell, the other is from a site called eHow, which I have gotten good info from in the past. January 23, I can’t say as I am still new to it although I have looked at latityde different flavors and distributions out there.
Maybe Linux works differently? So please make your explanations as uncomplicated as possible.
I unfortunately can’t connect to any of them even if I had the key. Press the “F2” key once while holding the Function key. Hi thank you for your help this was a new install of Linux and I don’t remember turning the wireless off.
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I tried adjusting the firewall a while ago and still no luck I can see my router and I was able to put in my wep key but it still will not connect.
This by the way was a test to see how Linux would work with this laptop using another hard drive I have for it. Must be something wrong with how the software is written as I can see networks so I know it wasn’t off. So I know for sure that it works with Windows XP and would if the driver was right for this in Linux.
I do have an ethernet port and I am able to directly plug into my router so using my laptop in my basement office is not a problem but if I want to move the laptop anywhere else it then becomes a big problem. Press the F2 key again to turn off Wi-Fi on the Dell laptop.
I know from using Windows though that the firewall is always on even wired it stays on as it has questioned downloads at least in Windows 7. So I fixed it I also installed all of the ndiswrappers and all of the wireless stuff I could find so between that and changing the key to WEP I finally fixed it.
Maybe you could try a different kernel,possibly an older one. Manuals for D http: Please login or register.
Dell Latitude D600 Intel PRO/Wireless Network Connection Driver A15
Hi I know my wireless card works completely in sending and receiving to my router as I have had it set up with Windows XP and it works fine. Thank you for your help! I wonder if you are entering the proper encryption key for your router? Deol Hero Member Posts: I hadn’t thought about the firewall but I can check it out and see if I can connect.