My Dell won't connect to any wireless networks?

I have a Dell Latitude E5410 and it won't let me connect to any wireless networks, everytime I click the Connect to a Network button in the Network and Sharing Center, it says that there are no connections available. I've tried troubleshooting it, but it doesn't come up with any solutions

4 Answers

  • 8 years ago
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    Hi Garet,

    I am Shuchi from the Dell Social Media outreach team.

    In order to enable the Wi-Fi please press the Fn and F2 button together.

    Turn off the Modem, Router and system and then first turn on the modem, then the router and then the system.

    In order to verify if drivers are properly installed right click on My Computer.

    Click on properties.

    Go to Hardware tab and click on device manager.

    Under network adaptor see if wireless drivers are installed.

    Drivers should not have any question mark, exclamation mark or red cross.

    In case drivers are missing you can install them by clicking on following link:

    Please click on the following link to download the Wifi drivers:

    Chose the Operating system.

    Download the network drivers.

    Click on start ==> Control Panel ==> Network and Sharing Center ==> Click on Change Adapter settings.

    Make a right click on the Wi-Fi network and click on connect.

    For more information on wireless troubleshooting please click on the following link:

    In case you have any further doubts or queries, Please feel free to contact me directly by sending a reply to this blog.

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    We would recommend you do not post your private information on a public forum.

    Thanks & Regards


    Dell Social Media Responder

  • failla
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Dell Latitude E5410 Drivers

  • 8 years ago

    on this particular model, there is a button on the side of the computer. make sure this is enabled, and refresh your network list

  • 8 years ago

    Share more details about your connection. LAN or Wifi?

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