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Dell Inspiron PP22L Owner's Manual: Enabling/disabling The Dell Mobile Broadband Card

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Use the Dell Mobile Broadband Card Utility to establish and manage a
Mobile Broadband network connection to the Internet:
1 Click the Dell Mobile Broadband Card Utility icon
notification area to run the utility.
2 Click Connect.
3 Follow the instructions on the screen to manage the network connection
with the utility.
1 Click Start
2 Click Dell Wireless Broadband and follow the instructions on the screen.

Enabling/Disabling the Dell Mobile Broadband Card

If you are unable to connect to a Mobile Broadband network, ensure that
you have all the components for establishing a Mobile Broadband connection (see
"What You Need to Establish a Mobile Broadband Network Connection" on page 93),
and then verify that your Mobile Broadband card is enabled by verifying the setting
of the wireless switch.
You can turn your Mobile Broadband card on and off using the wireless switch
on your computer.
You can turn your computer's wireless devices on and off with the wireless
switch on the left side of the computer (see "Left Side View" on page 25).
If the switch is in the on position, move the switch to the off position to
disable the switch and the Mobile Broadband card. If the switch is in the off
position, move the switch to the on position to enable the switch and the
Dell Mobile Broadband card. For information about the wireless switch
positions, see "wireless switch" on page 25.
To monitor the status of your wireless device, see "Monitoring the Status of
the Wireless Network Card Through Dell QuickSet" on page 92.
The Connect button changes to the Disconnect button.
→ All Programs→ Dell Wireless.
Setting Up and Using Networks
in the Windows




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  • Jackie Murphey Jun 17, 2013 06:35:
    I had the directions for Dell Computers. No one can tell you why the lid stays locked. I've never heard of it.

    It's a Dell Inspiron: Model # PP22LL