An email from a reader asked “How do I enable wi-fi in Lenovo G410 laptop/notebook?”. Well, in response to that email follow the simple instructions given below. First you should be using Windows Vista (whatever edition). I suppose the Lenovo G410 laptop/notebook you purchased is installed with Windows Vista. Mine was installed with Windows Vista Ultimate. I installed Ubuntu Linux in my Lenovo G410 laptop as the second operating system and it worked well. The wi-fi in the Linux Ubuntu distro worked properly, too. Of course Linux is very flexible in detecting devices. It’s Linux’s strength.
Now, to enable wi-fi in Lenovo G410, go to Start >> All Programs >> Accessories >> Windows Mobility Center. You should see a popup window just like this one
Just click “Turn Wireless On” and you’re good to go. Your Lenovo G410 laptop/notebook can now connect to wireless networks and establish a connection with a wireless device like Edimax BR6204Wg wireless router