How does the computer change the network connection
Step 1. First, confirm that the hardware configuration of the notebook is normal, such as whether the wireless network card driver is installed.
Step 2. Right click "my computer" on the desktop, click the "management" menu to enter the computer management interface, open the "system tools" menu, and double-click to enter the "device manager" interface.
Step 3. Under "network adapter", you can see the status of the currently installed or built-in wireless network card; If there is a "yellow exclamation point" in front of the wireless network card, there is a problem with the installation of the wireless network card of this computer. Please reinstall the driver or contact the computer provider.
Step 4, then the network configuration. After entering the computer management interface, open the "services and Applications" menu, and double-click to enter the "services" interface.
Step 5. Find the "wireless zero configuration" Application in the "services" list and check whether it is in the "started" state. If it is not started, right-click and select the "start" menu.
Step 6. Enter "control panel" - > "network connection" interface, right-click "wireless network connection" - > "properties", select "wireless network configuration" menu, and check "configure my wireless network settings with windows" in wireless network configuration.
Step 7. After the previous steps are completed, connect the wireless network.
Step 8. Enter the "control panel" - > "network connection" interface to check whether the "wireless network connection" is in the "enabled" state. If it is in the "disabled" state, right-click the "wireless network connection" and select the "enabled" menu.
Step 9. Enable "wireless network connection" (correct).
Step 10. After the above settings are completed, you can enter the "control panel" - > "network connection" interface, right-click "wireless network connection" - > "view available wireless connections", or directly double-click "wireless network connection" in the lower right corner of the computer desktop to view all available wireless networks of operators searched by the computer.
Step 11. Note: at this time, although the wireless network has been searched, since no specific access point has been connected, the "wireless network connection" icon is still a red cross, that is, it is not connected.
Step 12. SSID (service set identifier) is used to distinguish different networks, that is, different routers. In order to facilitate differentiation, please set a personalized convenient name in the router. Double click in the searched wireless network to select the access point connection of CMCC.
Step 13. At this time, the Red Cross on the "wireless network connection" icon in the lower right corner of the computer desktop should have disappeared. Double click to view the current wireless network connection status, including the connected network name (CMCC), signal strength, etc.