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Re: wireless connetion proublem
Im assuming that you have Windows Vista so go to:
>Start >Control Panel >Network and Sharing Center >Manage Wireless Network >Double Click on your Wireless Network or SSID > Click on "Security" tab >On "Security Type" click on down arrow to select "No Authentication (Open) " >Click OK and it should connect !
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okay what you do is go to start documents and copy this to the address bar "Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center" after you do that click on manage wireless networks on the side now click on your internet profile and hit delete after its deleted search and find you internet and set it up again
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There are a number of possible solutions for this problem. The best route may be calling customer support for Toshiba and/or the manufacturer of the Wireless router. I'm just brainstroming here, but when I tried to hook up my WII and XBOX wirelessly to the internet, I had to have a "G" connection. Further, you also don't metion the brand or model number of the router. My security setting also had to match there is WEP vs. 128 bit encryption, you have to make sure whatever the defult value is on the computer matches the network.
Usually there is a data plate somewhere on the laptop, probably underneath that will give you the model and serial number. There may be a customer support number nearby that you can call for futher assistence. I'm also assuming that you have "Windows" installed.
On my computer, I have the latest version 7 installed. If you're looking at the Desktop with no other applications running, press F1, then type in network connections, click search. On my computer, the answer came in at number 8, "Why Can't I connect to a network?". There are other possible answers such as "Setting Up a Wireless Network." Most people don't realize that there is built in help with the computer.
It sounds like you have a different wifi network with the same name as the public wireless network you are trying to access. I would open your wireless control panel (if you are using a 3rd party's product to manage your wifi, else use Windows' wifi manager) and delete any existing profiles with the same name as the public wireless network you are trying to connect to. Then try again. You may have to delete them in both the windows interface and a 3rd party interface before it will work.
Try resetting the router if possible to factory default. Then power everything down, your laptop, router, and modem. Plug in the modem and let it fully come up. next plug the network cable from the modem to the router and then plug in the router. Wait approximately 1 minute and then turn on computer.
Then reset security.
Please let me know if this does not work or if you have any questions.
Look in your icon tray for the wireless device, right click on it, pick connections, highlight your existing home network, Delete it then start a new connection to the same signal and input the password if you are using one. Hint: you will get the same red X if your hard wired network cable is not being used as well. So make you know what the red X is for.
Most likely, you have the network key wrong. Double check it and make sure you don't have CAPS lock on when typing it.
One other possibility is that the modes of the router and the notebook are incompatible, i.e. router is set for 802.11n only and notebook can only do 802.11b/g. Check the settings for this on both and make sure they are compatible. If you need more info, let me know the makes and models along with OS for the laptop.
If your using Vista: (64bit and cant download the program to clear arp error)
Start > Network > Network and Sharing Center > Manage Wireless Network > Highlight your Wireless connection ( Select Remove) > Add > Then go through the process of finding your wireless connection and you magically got back your protected wireless agian.
go to your acer and go to net work then net work again and in the tabs above choose add device to net work click on that and put a usb flash drive in and download to flash drive and put the drive in hp and it should automatically run the set up and start to work