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Hi @caitlin
 
In Device Manager expand the Network Adapters entry and then look for any entry with Dell Wireless in its title.
 
Right click on the entry and select'' Properties'' then select ''Driver''. Check to see if the driver is Version: 7.35.333.0 ,A04.
 
If it is you have the latest driver already installed.
 
If it is a lower version number, here is a link to the [http://www.dell.com/support/home/au/en/audhs1/product-support/product/inspiron-15-3541-laptop/drivers|latest Win10 Wifi drivers] for your laptop. Ensure that the OS category on the page specifies Win 10-64bit then scroll down to find'' Dell Wireless 1704/1708 WiFi driver '' Download and install the driver and see if it makes a difference.
 
If you still experience problems even with the latest driver installed then perhaps you could try downloading and installing a [https://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|free WiFi scanner program].
 
It will give information regarding your WiFi network. By looking at the results in the program you can identify your network, check the WiFi signal strength being received by your laptop, you may have a loose WiFi aerial connection in the laptop for example (remember the dBm values shown by the program are -ve values, so the higher the number the lower the strength of the signal), how many other nearby WiFi networks are sharing the same channel etc,
It will give information regarding your WiFi network. By looking at the results in the program you can identify your network, check the WiFi signal strength being received by your laptop, you may have a loose WiFi aerial connection in the laptop for example (remember the dBm values shown by the program are -ve values, so the higher the number the lower the strength of the signal), how many other nearby WiFi networks are sharing the same channel etc,
 
If there are more networks sharing the same WiFi channel, switch the channel in your router to a ''quieter '' one, i.e. one with no appearances in the scanner program channel list or one with the least.
 
Let us know how you get on

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Hi @caitlin
 
In Device Manager expand the Network Adapters entry and then look for any entry with Dell Wireless in its title.
 
Right click on the entry and select'' Properties'' then select ''Driver''. Check to see if the driver is Version: 7.35.333.0 ,A04.
 
If it is you have the latest driver already installed.
 
If it is a lower version number, here is a link to the [http://www.dell.com/support/home/au/en/audhs1/product-support/product/inspiron-15-3541-laptop/drivers|latest Win10 Wifi drivers] for your laptop. Ensure that the OS category on the page specifies Win 10-64bit then scroll down to find'' Dell Wireless 1704/1708 WiFi driver '' Download and install the driver and see if it makes a difference.
 
If you still experience problems even with the latest driver installed then perhaps you could try downloading and installing a [https://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|free WiFi scanner program].
 
It will give information regarding your WiFi network. By looking at the results in the program you can identify your network, check the WiFi signal strength being received by your laptop, you may have a loose WiFi aerial for example (remember the dBm values are -ve values, so the higher the number the lower the strength of the signal), how many other nearby WiFi networks are sharing the same channel etc,
If
If
there are more networks sharing the same WiFi channel, switch the channel in your router to a ''quieter '' one, i.e. one with no appearances in the scanner program channel list or one with the least.
If
If
there are more networks sharing the same WiFi channel, switch the channel in your router to a ''quieter '' one, i.e. one with no appearances in the scanner program channel list or one with the least.
 
Let us know how you get on

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Bewerkt door: jayeff ,

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Hi @caitlin
 
In Device Manager expand the Network Adapters entry and then look for any entry with Dell Wireless in its title.
 
Right click on the entry and select'' Properties'' then select ''Driver''. Check to see if the driver is Version: 7.35.333.0 ,A04.
 
If it is you have the latest driver already installed.
 
If it is a lower version number, here is a link to the [http://www.dell.com/support/home/au/en/audhs1/product-support/product/inspiron-15-3541-laptop/drivers|latest Win10 Wifi drivers] for your laptop. Ensure that the OS category on the page specifies Win 10-64bit then scroll down to find'' Dell Wireless 1704/1708 WiFi driver '' Download and install the driver and see if it makes a difference.
 
If you still experience problems even with the latest driver installed then perhaps you could try downloading and installing a [https://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|free WiFi scanner program].
 
It will give information regarding your WiFi network. By looking at the results in the program you can identify your network, check the WiFi signal strength being received by your laptop, you may have a loose WiFi aerial for example (remember the dBm values are -ve values, so the higher the number the lower the strength of the signal), how many other nearby WiFi networks are sharing the same channel etc, which may point
If there are more networks sharing the same WiFi channel, switch the channel in your router
to problems such as EMI interference degradinga ''quieter '' one, i.e. one with no appearances in the scanner program or one with the signal etcleast.
It will give information regarding your WiFi network. By looking at the results in the program you can identify your network, check the WiFi signal strength being received by your laptop, you may have a loose WiFi aerial for example (remember the dBm values are -ve values, so the higher the number the lower the strength of the signal), how many other nearby WiFi networks are sharing the same channel etc, which may point
If there are more networks sharing the same WiFi channel, switch the channel in your router
to problems such as EMI interference degradinga ''quieter '' one, i.e. one with no appearances in the scanner program or one with the signal etcleast.
 
Let us know how you get on

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Bewerkt door: jayeff ,

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Hi @caitlin
 
In Device Manager expand the Network Adapters entry and then look for any entry with Dell Wireless in its title.
 
Right click on the entry and select'' Properties'' then select ''Driver''. Check to see if the driver is Version: 7.35.333.0 ,A04.
 
If it is you have the latest driver already installed.
 
If it is a lower version number, here is a link to the [http://www.dell.com/support/home/au/en/audhs1/product-support/product/inspiron-15-3541-laptop/drivers|latest Win10 Wifi drivers] for your laptop. Ensure that the OS category on the page specifies Win 10-64bit then scroll down to find'' Dell Wireless 1704/1708 WiFi driver '' Download and install the driver and see if it makes a difference.
 
If you still experience problems even with the latest driver installed then perhaps you could try downloading and installing a [https://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|free WiFi scanner program] such as this oneprogram].
If you still experience problems even with the latest driver installed then perhaps you could try downloading and installing a [https://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|free WiFi scanner program] such as this oneprogram].
 
It will give information regarding your WiFi network. By looking at the results in the program you can identify your network, check the WiFi signal strength being received by your laptop, you may have a loose WiFi aerial for example (remember the dBm values are -ve values, so the higher the number the lower the strength of the signal), how many other nearby WiFi networks are sharing the same channel etc, which may point to problems such as EMI interference degrading the signal etc.
 
Let us know how you get on

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Origineel bericht door: jayeff ,

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Hi @caitlin

In Device Manager expand the Network Adapters entry and then look for any entry with  Dell Wireless in its title.

Right click on the entry and select'' Properties'' then select ''Driver''. Check to see if the driver is Version: 7.35.333.0 ,A04.

If it is you have the latest driver already installed.

If it is a lower version number, here is a link to the [http://www.dell.com/support/home/au/en/audhs1/product-support/product/inspiron-15-3541-laptop/drivers|latest Win10 Wifi drivers] for your laptop. Ensure that the OS category on the page specifies Win 10-64bit then scroll down to find'' Dell Wireless 1704/1708 WiFi driver '' Download and install the driver and see if it makes a difference.

If you still experience problems even with the latest driver installed then perhaps you could try downloading and installing a [https://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|free WiFi scanner program] such as this one.

It will give information regarding your WiFi network. By looking at the results in the program you can identify your network, check the WiFi signal strength being received by your laptop, you may have a loose WiFi aerial for example (remember the dBm values are -ve values, so the higher the number the lower the strength of the signal), how many other nearby WiFi networks are sharing the same channel etc, which may point to problems such as EMI interference degrading the signal etc.

Let us know how you get on

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