If the wireless network connection is lost —
The wireless router is offline or wireless has
been disabled on the computer.
Check your wireless router to ensure it is
powered on and connected to your data
source (cable modem or network hub).
Ensure that wireless is enabled on your
computer (see "Enable or Disable Wireless"
on page 14).
Re-establish your connection to the
wireless router (see "Setting Up a Wireless
Connection" on page 18).
Interference may be blocking or interrupting
your wireless connection. Try moving the
computer closer to your wireless router.
If the wired network connection is lost — The
cable is loose or damaged.
Check the cable to ensure it is plugged in and
If the power button/indicator light is off — The
computer is either turned off, in hibernate mode,
or is not receiving power.
Press the power button. The computer
resumes normal operation if it is off or in
Reseat the AC adapter into both the power
connector on the computer and the electrical
If the AC adapter is plugged into a power
strip, ensure that the power strip is plugged
into an electrical outlet and that the power
strip is turned on.