hi, go to your desktop and hit the applications key.
then go into properties then tab over to device manager.
enter that tab once more hit "N" for network adaptors.
see what cards you have installed.
if you don't see "wi fi mini port adapter or something to do with dwxxx802.... depending on your computer." then try doing a "scan for hardware changes" that may bring up the missing devices.
On Thu, 30 Aug 2018 14:32:44 -0700, "Brian Vogel" wrote:
Well, it's not off-topic if you're trying to do it with JAWS. JAWS is useless unless it's being used to do something else as it's whole reason for being.
Unfortunately, I no longer have any Windows 7 machines I have ready access to so I can't whip up a set of step-by-step instructions under the dialogs that get used in that version of Windows.
It's not complicated presuming that your WiFi itself is already configured, as all you'll do is select the WiFi network and enter the password and you're in.
If the WiFi is not configured, then things get significantly more complicated and whoever might be assisting you would need to know about what modem-router model you have in order to set up the WiFi itself.
Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134
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