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현재 버전 게시자: jayeff ,

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Hi @apalaci5 ,
Have you tried pressing F7 to disable airplane mode and then checking that the WiFi connect symbol appears in the lower right corner of the task bar?
If it still doesn't appear go to Device Manager and check the status of the WLAN (WiFi) adapter.
From the desktop, type Control Panel in the search box. Click on the Control panel desktop app link that is in the options box that appears.
-When Control panel opens, find and click on the Device Manager icon.
+When Control Panel opens, find and click on the Device Manager icon.
When Device Manager opens, scroll down to Network Adapters and click on the + symbol to expand the list.
Find an entry that mentions one of the following brands of WLAN adapters: Intel, Cybertan or LiteON. That is your WiFi adapter.
Is there a red cross or a yellow exclamation mark next to the entry in the Device Manager list?
If there is a red cross then right click on the entry and select ''enable'' from the options box that appears.
Check if it works OK now.
If there is a yellow exclamation mark, right click on the entry and select ''Update Drivers'' from the options box that appears, and follow the prompts to update the drivers.
You need to be connected to the internet via the Ethernet cable to do this. If you have no Ethernet connection available where you are what is the make and model number of the WLAN adapter as found in the Device Manager listing?

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원문 게시자: jayeff ,

텍스트:

Hi @apalaci5 ,

Have you tried pressing F7 to disable airplane mode and then checking that the WiFi connect symbol appears in the lower right corner of the task bar?

If it still doesn't appear go to Device Manager and check the status of the WLAN (WiFi) adapter.

From the desktop, type Control Panel in the search box. Click on the Control panel desktop app  link that is in the options box that appears.

When Control panel opens, find and click on the Device Manager icon.

When Device Manager opens, scroll down to Network Adapters and click on the + symbol to expand the list.

Find an entry that mentions one of the following brands of WLAN adapters: Intel, Cybertan or LiteON. That is  your WiFi adapter.

Is there a red cross or a yellow exclamation mark next to the entry in the Device Manager list?

If there is a red cross then right click on the entry and select ''enable'' from the options box that appears.

Check if it works OK now.

If there is a yellow exclamation mark, right click on the entry and select ''Update Drivers'' from the options box that appears, and follow the prompts to update the drivers.

You need to be connected to the internet via the Ethernet cable to do this. If you have no Ethernet connection available where you are what is the make and model number of the WLAN adapter as found in the Device Manager listing?

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