What to Do When Dell Inspiron Won't Connect to Wireless Networks?
Posted by Dell Support on Sep 15, 2018
If you are facing a problem of unable to connect wirelessly then you need to troubleshoot this issue as early as possible because if this problem occurs then you can’t connect the Wi-Fi of your home and also can’t share files via network.
To connect your Dell computer with existing wireless network, do this:
- Keep the router near to your computer. It will help in eliminating any obstruction which may cause slow connections.
- Select the network icon located on the bottom right corner of the desktop screen.
- Select the network with the greenest signals and click Connect button.
- Enter the password if prompted and click Next. It may also require entering the name of the wireless network or security key.
If the networks are slow then do this:
- Keep the router near to the computer and locate the network icon located on the taskbar of your laptop screen.
- If wireless icon is not visible to you, reboot the system and download and install the latest driver for this.
If you are looking for pairing another device via Bluetooth then follow these steps:
- Locate the Bluetooth icon in the bottom-right corner of the PC screen. If it is not visible select Show hidden icons button.
- Right-click on the Bluetooth icon and select Add a Device option.
- Enable the discovery mode so that it is searchable by other devices.
- Pair both the device and select Connect.
Now, the user can share files via Bluetooth. If there occurs a problem which is unable to solve by you then, contact Dell Technical Support Australia and get rid of every trouble related to your system. Once the customers get in touch with us every problem is solved quickly within minutes.
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