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
• Re-establish your connection to the
wireless router (see "Setting Up a Wireless
Connection" on page 20).
• 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
network cable is loose or damaged.
• Check the network cable to ensure it is
plugged in and not damaged.
• The link integrity light on the integrated
network connector lets you verify that
your connection is working and provides
information on the status:
– Green — A good connection exists
between a 10/100-Mbps network and the
– Amber — A good connection exists
between a 1000-Mbps network and the
– Off — The computer is not detecting a
physical connection to the network.
NOTE: The link integrity light on the network
connector is only for a wired network
connection. The link integrity light does not
provide status for wireless connections.