5. Read the Firewall Exceptions information, and then click Next.
6. Choose your printer from the list or manually enter an IP address, and then follow the instructions
on your screen. For more information, see
Removing and Reinstalling the Adapter
If your adapter is not functioning properly, you might need to remove the adapter and reinstall it.
NOTE: The following instructions do not apply if you purchased your printer with the network
1. Turn off your printer, and then unplug the power cable from the wall outlet.
NOTICE: Failure to unplug the printer can cause damage to your printer and adapter.
2. Firmly grasp the Dell Internal Network Adapter 1150 by the side tabs, and then pull to remove.
NOTICE: Your network adapter is easily damaged by static electricity. Touch a grounded metal
object before you touch the adapter.
NOTICE: Do not grasp the antenna when removing the adapter. Pulling the antenna could
damage the adapter.
3. Reinstall the adapter following the installation instructions. For more information, see
Configuring the Adapter Using the Wireless Setup Utility
NOTE: If you are using the Drivers and Utilities CD to set up your network connection, you do not
need to launch the Wireless Setup Utility. It launches automatically when you select Create or
Manually Configuring the IP