Tips and Troubleshooting (Wireless Network)
When everything in your wireless network connection is working properly, you won't even know it is there just fire up the wireless network adapter and go online. Plug and play, right? Don't hold your breath.
Like everything else related to computers, wireless networking works just fine when everything is set up correctly. But that essential setting is often hidden under three layers of windows, screens, and dialog boxes. If some obscure configuration option is wrong, the network connection won't work properly, if at all. This tutorial contains descriptions of common problems and advice for solving them.
In this tutorial:
- Where I Can Find a Copy of Wi-Fi Standards?
- My Wi-Fi Network has Crashed
- I Can't Find a Public Network
- My Computer Drops Its Connection
- What Else Can I Do To Improve Performance?
- I am Having Trouble Connecting to a Broadband Network
- The Signal Strength is Weak or Signal Quality is Low
- My Computer Won't Associate with the Local Network
- How Can I Find Out Who Made My Network Adapter?
- My Computer Does Not Detect My Network Adapter
- How Can I Extend Life of My Computer's Battery?
- Can I Improve Performance with an External Antenna?