Acer® Veriton Wireless Problem
Veriton is a desktop series for business class users introduced by Acer with the Intel processor. Veriton comes preloaded with Microsoft Windows Vista Business Edition as well as Windows XP for people who prefer the older Operating System. Interesting thing is the Acer Recovery Management utility, which recovers the system if Operating System files are lost or damaged. It features high-definition audio with 3D quality audio system via onboard audio controller. Connecting to the Internet wirelessly is convenient, but it is more prone to difficulty than using a wired connection. Computers use different software programs and hardware devices to establish a wireless connection. They do not always work together but basic maintenance methods can solve many wireless connection problems.
- Function of wireless Internet
- Wireless Internet problem
- Tips to resolve issues
Function of wireless Internet
The wireless card or access point on your Acer Veriton makes a connection with a wireless router. These devices communicate with one another with the radio signal. This allows computers to connect to the Internet through the Ethernet network without a physical connection. It also needs that all access points and routers be set up with the same username and password.
Wireless Internet problem
Using the wrong security settings can cause major problems with your Acer Veriton Internet connection. If you use the default settings on the router, anyone will be use your wireless network and steal your bandwidth. Also, WPA security uses stronger encryption scheme than WEP. Using WEP can result in an unauthorized party hacking into our wireless network. Improperly configuring our security settings can also prevent network computers from accessing the Internet through your router.
When you set up router, you must change username and password. If you are having serious problems connecting to the Internet with your Acer Veriton wireless network, uninstall the drivers completely. Then reboot the computer and reinstall them. When using WEP encryption to log onto our wireless network, change the settings to WPA or WPA2 on the router and all access points.