Maybe you're fighting with MiraCast like half the internet is, and have come to realize that one requirement is a WiFi network card that supports at minimum NDIS 6.3?
You've come to the right place (but as a regular GeekDropper, you already knew this, right? ... ), it's cake, just:
One of the nice things about owning a laptop or a netbook is that you can be mobile. The only problem with going mobile is that when you connect to the internet though public wi-fi you do open yourself up to possible hackers. As technology grows its easier and easier to break into a unsuspecting person and they have no clue. With a few easy steps you can protect yourself. Not to mention I will show you how you can do it for FREE.
Since the launch of the Apple iPad, some serious WiFi problems have been reported including weak signal, signal dropping completely, and snail speed downloading, hence a lot of angry iPad owners out there. Apple have made several suggestions on how to improve the problem, but it seems all things point to a software issue especially if Mac Books, and iPhones have no problem with the same router. I would be seriously mad right now if I had purchased one, don't you think this should have all been sorted before its release? Anyone have one?
This Acer Aspire One laptop has win Xp home edition with sp3service pack installed ! 1gb ram. This is a brand new laptop from Target. I can't get it to connect to wifi !
When I do get it to connect it says connected but when I open Firefox or IE it doesn't connect to internet !
I think its just the wifi settings but cant figure this out !
i'm getting this message after messing with settings :
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