Locating Wireless Devices In Windows 7 OS

You can connect a number of wireless devices to a Windows 7 computer. If you are having issues connecting to a wireless device on a computer that is running the Windows 7 operating system, then you may have to display the wireless devices that are running on your network as the first step to fixing the issue. The users have the option to view the wireless devices, which includes wireless routers, and network adapters from Network and Sharing Center utility in the Control Panel options of Windows 7 OS. The Network and Sharing Center will display the real time status of the network, including your level of access, network connections, and the other devices and systems that are connected on the network.

The Windows 7 support tips that are shared below will help you to locate the wireless devices in Windows 7. You can follow these steps carefully to see the wireless devices that are connected to the Windows 7 computer and then troubleshoot the connectivity issues of the device.

  • Turn on your computer and wait until the computer boots up completely. Click on the Start button that is located on the extreme left hand side of the taskbar on your desktop screen.
  • Select Control Panel and then click on Network and Internet options.
  • Click on View Network Computers and Devices link in the Network and Sharing Center area. This will display the devices and computers that are running on your wireless network.
  • Hover the mouse pointer over the wireless device icon to select it. You can then right-click on the icon and then select Properties from the context menu. This will display the information about the wireless device, which includes the Internet Protocol address of the device and its serial number. The information panel also includes a web address for the support website of the device. You can contact this website to get help in troubleshooting the device for any connectivity issues or any other problems. 
These are the simple steps to locate and fix the connectivity issues of the wireless devices that are connected to a Windows 7 computer. If you have any doubts regarding any of the steps that are discussed above, you can contact the Windows 7 support team for further assistance. The technician will be able to clear all your doubts and then proceed with the steps successfully.
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