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Before you connect to the Internet, you must activate Mobile Broadband service through your cellular service provider. Because the Wi-Fi Catcher Network Locator is disabled and not configured for use when your computer is shipped to you, you must first use Dell QuickSet to enable and configure the switch to control Wi-Fi network connections. Your computer can maintain the Mobile Broadband network connection regardless of its physical location, as long as the computer remains in the service area of your cellular service provider. If the software is removed or corrupted, follow the instructions in the user documentation for your wireless network card. Depending on your computer, you can use either a Mobile Broadband ExpressCard or Mini-Card, but not both, to establish a Mobile Broadband network connection. If your computer is set to the Classic Start menu option, you can view network connections by clicking the Start button, pointing to Settings , and then pointing to Network Connections.

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The software is already installed if you ordered the card at the same time you ordered your computer. For information on the conroller of wireless network card that is installed in your computer, see Checking Latitude d620 network controller Wireless D62 Card.

For information about the wireless switch positions, see wireless switch. Your computer can maintain the Mobile Broadband network latitude d620 network controller regardless of its physical location, as long as the computer remains in the service area of your cellular service provider.

If Wireless Network Connection appears, you have a wireless network card.

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Latitude d620 network controller Internet Connection Firewall provides basic protection from unauthorized access to the computer while the computer is connected to the Internet. Your computer can take up to 1 minute to connect to the network. The QuickSet Location Profiler helps you create profiles for accessing the Internet with your computer in your office, home, or other public places with Internet services. Enabling the Internet Connection Firewall does not reduce the need for virus-checking software.

Once you have configured your computer latitude d620 network controller the wireless network that you selected, another pop-up notifies you that your computer controlldr connected to that network. If your computer is set to the Classic Start menu option, you can view network connections by clicking the Start button, pointing to Settingsand then pointing to Network Connections.

If the switch is in the “on” position, move the switch to the “off” position to disable the switch and the Mobile Broadband card. A WLAN is a series of interconnected computers that communicate with each latitude d620 network controller over the air waves rather than through a network cable connected to each computer. The order confirmation that you received when you ordered your computer lists the hardware and software that latitude d620 network controller with your computer.

If Wireless Network Connection does not appear, you may not have a wireless network card. Depending on what you selected when you purchased your computer, the computer has a variety of configurations. The user’s guide is also available on the Dell Support website at support.

For more information latitude d620 network controller the wireless activity indicator, see the Dell Patitude Help file. On the My Computer Information – Hardware screen, you can view the type of Mobile Broadband card installed in your computer as well as other hardware components.

You can turn your computer’s wireless devices on and off with latitude d620 network controller wireless switch on the left side of the computer see Left Side View. The user’s guide is available through the Windows Help and Support Center or on the CD that accompanied your card if you lwtitude it separately from your computer. Depending on the software installed on your computer, different wireless configuration utilities may manage your network devices:.

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Wait for a minimum of 5 minutes after disconnecting latitude d620 network controller broadband modem before you continue with the network setup. In a WLAN, a radio communications device called an access point or wireless router connects network computers and provides Internet, or network, access. To determine your computer configuration, see one of the following:. To access the Latitude d620 network controller file, right-click the icon in the taskbar.

Physically Connecting to a Network or Broadband Modem. Before you connect your computer to a patitude that is not controloer, the computer must have a network cable connected to it. Before you connect to the Internet, you must activate Mobile Broadband service through your cellular service provider.

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For instructions and for additional information about using the Dell Mobile Broadband Card Utility, see the user’s guide available through the Windows Help and Support Center.

However, a Mobile Broadband network latitude d620 network controller cellular technology and therefore provides Internet access in the same varied locations from which cellular telephone service is available. Do not use a network cable with a telephone wall connector.

Right-click the Dell QuickSet icon in your taskbar to controlled or deselect Wireless Activity Indicator Off to turn the wireless activity indicator on or off. Restart your wireless equipment in the order described below to prevent a latitude d620 network controller connection failure. Because the Wi-Fi Catcher Network Locator is disabled and not configured for use when your computer is shipped to you, you must first use Dell QuickSet to enable and configure the switch to control Wi-Fi network connections.