If you were to take your computer to a friends house and wanted to hook up to his her network, they would have to supply you with their key. For reference, this is Aspire’s message to me: How do I make this Acer connect to the internet? This was helpful 1. And Linpus Linux do not have it probably.
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Clearly, the “key” is the key to your problem. After logging on through an LAN and updating wireless drivers for the Atheros card and shutting down my firewall zone alarm for a period of time while I made a connection with my router by way of going into my router setup,I was finally able to get my system to connect. Over in our network forum we suggest sometimes strongly the preferred settings on the wifi router.
All other detail I’ve written is just extra:. ZG5, has Internet connection with the Ethernet lead connected directly to the wireless router but it is defeating the object I brought it for as I can’t take it away from the room where my desktop PC and telephone line are.
All other detail I’ve written is just extra: Once I manaully set the IP address I get a very good or excellent connection to my wireless router, but can not connect to the Internet with this Acer – other wireless enable laptops are connecting just fine to the Internet using the same wireless router.
The technician at the store had to reset the properties to automatically dectect IP address, but when I came back home I encounter same problem. Proffitt Forum moderator May 14, Please read our Networking Forum sticky about our preferred settings on the router.
Your default sign in key will be on a label on front of your router. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Acer support by email was responsive but generally useless as they were providing me prescribed suggestions without considering the specifics of my problem.
All the wireless networks will need to be removed. This was the reason for buying a wireless router.
If you were to take your computer to a friends house and wanted to hook up to his her network, they would have to supply you with their key. Without that, you’re going no where.
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Please can someone advise me better as I have gone into the network connection icon and opened the connection manager but I do not know how I remove all the wireless network connections as Aspire advise. As Aspire advise, if it is a secure network I now need to enter the security key so it will then connect – I do not know what they mean by this either – how do I know if it is a secure network or where to find the security aspirre.
Now close the connection manager with the button that says close. I think you see the problem.
I have looked at my network connections and when I click on the wireless connection, the delete is in gray so I cannot do it. ZG5, and I have had no problem hooking it up to my wireless network or the internet.
Proffitt Forum moderator February 24, 8: Wirless or commercial links. Your post is so light on details I can only guess that you don’t want to go deeper. Many are not aware where support boundaries begin and end.
Genuine Acer Aspire One Zg5 WiFi Adapter / Module Atheros Ar5bxb63
I’ve been on phone with Acer support several times to no avail – they give up and keep telling me to buy a USB modem. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Click on the network connection icon and choose the network you wish to connect to. My view of the problem.
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Now I just want to know one thing This was helpful 0. Back to Linux forum 23 total posts.
I have spent the past week resolving the same problem with connectivity on my Aspire One set up with Windows XP.