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Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on your device
Make sure flight mode is turned off
Make sure your selecting the correct wireless name in range and using the correct network password to connect, Wireless networks with low signals will show connected but you will not be able to browse the internet
Check your router and modern, Make sure the lights are as mentioned in the user guide of your service provider
First figure out if the problem is with your Lenovo Device or the Wi-Fi network:
Device/Machine problems: Try connecting to the Wi-Fi network with another device, like a laptop computer or friend's phone. If any other devices can connect to and use the wireless network, the problem is most likely specific to your device.
Network/Router problems: Check to see if your device can connect to a Wi-Fi network at another location, like a friend's house or a public network. If it can, the problem is most likely specific to the Wi-Fi network.
Then try the troubleshooting steps below based on whether the problem is with your device or the network.
In Belkin f5d7234-4 v1(only version 1) router, do not disable "WiFi protected setup" learn more about wps
If you do so, then the router will no longer work in 90% of cases.
The WiFi protected setup is enabled by default in this model.
The computers using XP,vista,win7 may not connect to the wireless network.
Solution: In that case you can add the wireless network manually in the computer.Still if it says error message as "windows cannot connect",then follow these steps according to your operating system. WINDOWS XP: Start>Control Panel>Network and Internet Connections(Network connections)>Right Click Wireless Network Connection icon>Click on Properties>authentication tab>uncheck IEEE authentication WINDOWS VISTA: Start>Control Panel>Network and Internet (Network and Sharing Center)>On your left hand side click on Manage Network connections>Right Click on Wireless Network Connection icon>Click on Properties>authentication tab>uncheck IEEE authentication WINDOWS 7: Start >Control Panel>Network and Internet (Network and Sharing Center)>On your left hand side Click on Change Adapter Settings>Right Click on Wireless Network Connection icon>Click on Properties>authentication tab>uncheck IEEE authentication
Now try to access wireless network.
If it still says windows cannot connect then no other go.
You need to disable WiFi protected setup.This will fix the issue for sure...
I use ATT as well, but I am running ubuntu. for some reason in order to connect to the internet I have to restart networking after boot. I just use networking helper scripts, otherwise, for some reason it does not key-in WPA through the manual config properly.
Click Start, then select Control Panel. Click Network and Internet Connections. The Network and Internet Connections window opens. Click Network Connections. The Network Connections window opens. Right-click Wireless Network Connection. Select Enable to turn on wireless Ethernet or Disable to turn off wireless Ethernet.
I am assuming you have a dual boot machine meaning it runs either linux or windows and not both at the same time. Linux on the other hand may not configure the card automatically and
as you should consider changes to the laptop in terms of configuration
and devices are actually changes to two computers the windows computer
and the linux computer. You probably did some configuration for windows to enable the wireless card (if there was no encryption windows may have done it for you). Linux on the other hand may not recognose and configure the card automatically and as you should consider changes to the laptop in terms of configuration and devices are actually changes to two computers the windows computer and the linux computer. The many flavors of linux also have almost as many means to configure devices. In order to assist you I will need to know which distribution and version of linux you are using. I will also need to know the manufacturer and model (possibly number and not description) of the wireless adapter to be configured. Warning this may be easy and in other cases it may not be and I have access to few linux distributions to experiment with.