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It seems that the firmware of the phone has got corrupted. You will have to re install it. To do that follow the steps below.
1. Fully charge the battery.
2.Run Nokia PC Suite on the computer.
3.Connect the phone to the computer through a USB cable.
4.Get auto detected by the PC Suite.
5.If the phone agrees, backup the data to the computer.
6.Remove the Memory card.
7.Connect the computer to the internet.
8.In PC Suite, select Update firmware.
9.Follow instructions and get a new (almost) phone with latest firmware.
10.If the phone does not get recognized by the computer then I am sorry to say that you will have to seek assistance of Nokia Care. They will charge unless your phone is under warranty, but will be less risky than doing it yourself.
You need to ask your friend for permission to connect to his wireless router and Internet and if he agrees he will give you his router's wireless setting so you can connect to his wireless router. He may ask you to contribute to some of his Internet charges.
There are two sides to the WIFI connection. Your computer's adapter and "client" and the location's router and SSID.
Senario 1: You are in a hotel. The computer pops up and says there are wireless networks available. You click on the pop up and it shows a list of sometimes funny name WIFI networks. Let's say you are in a BestWestern Hotel and the list shows bestwestern in the list. You click on the name bestwestern. At this point you will be asked or told on screen that you have to enter a Security key. You call down to the front desk and get the login information. Once entered, you are connected to that WIFI network. In most hotels, you need to then start an Internet Browser screen and agree to use their network. Senario 2: You are at a friend's house. You turn on your computer and it pops up there are wireless networks available. All of the names are odd sounding and none of them are familiar. One of those networks shows a very strong signal. This network is probably your friends SSID. You can verify this with your friend. At the same time find out what the security key is for the network. Then click on the network name, enter the key and you will have connectivity to the Internet.
Some networks have access lists, where you can connect to the WIFI, but, if your computer is not listed in the router at the location, youstill have no access. This will require the owner of the network to add you PC information to the router to give you access.
It sounds as though your friend has an encrypted network. If your friend knows the key, you can go into your network center/network properties and connect to that networtk. Look at the connection properties that he/she has on their computer and type the same info into yours and you should be able to connect.