Hi, if you can please help me i'll be a very happy bunny, i have a e755 and everytime i turn wi-fi on i got a enum error so i went to toshiba website and downloaded a New Wireless LAN driver Version 18.104.22.168 and new WLAN Firmware Version 1.07.01 for Toshiba PDA e750 WLAN
with Pocket PC 2003 it said 1. extract the MISC.xip file from the downloaded ZIP file.
2. copy MISC.xip to the Main Memory of PDA.
2. tap the MISC.xip.
3. follow the message on the PDA
and thats what i did and now the pda just hangs i can't turn it off, hard and soft reset don't do a thing all i have is a background photo of a pda and in the top left hand side it says, 1st line copyright 2002-2003, 2nd line compal electronics inc, 3rd line 1.0507.0409 i have spent days trying to find out somethink about this so please please please if you can help only way to turn it off is to pull the batt
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Re: toshiba e755 pda
I'm sorry to say but this looks like a corrupted ROM issue. The ROM memory stores your operating system and some parts of the firmware. If it becomes corrupted (various reasons) the PDA can't boot up the operating system, resulting in the strage situation you are experiencing. You can't connect it via active sync because it can't be detected as it can't boot anymore. It is very weird that this occured because of running an oficial upgrade. This leads me to suspect that there is something phisically rong with the wi-fi module on the pda's mainboard. You will need to take it to a service center to have it examined first. They will also put a specially made bootable sd card to reinstall the operating system is a way similar with computer windows instalation by booting from a cd. Most logically the wi-fi module has a problem and when trying to acces it by rewriting it's firmware (part of ROM) this resulted in the corruption of some ROM sectors.
I'm sorry that this isn't a do-it-yourself type of fix, but it would be safest to ask a service center to examine your PDA's mainboard.
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As far as I know, some N300 series PDAs have a built-in Wi-Fi card. If this is your case, gather your Wi-Fi router's (or the one you want to connect your PDA to) SSID and encryption informations, go to 'Start > Settings > Connections tab > Wi-Fi' and tap 'Search for Networks'. After a while, the available WLAN should appear on screen. Select yours, fill in the required informations, and, after a while it should get connected. Otherwise (i.e., if your PDA is not Wi-Fi enabled), you will still be able to connect to the internet whenever it is connected to your PC (which should be on-line, of course).
Anyway, if you happens to miss your device's user guide, feel free to download it from this location.
Just my 2 cents...
My Internet service provider walked me through connecting correctly. I had chosen the WEP security options and should have chosen the WPA-PSK option. Call your service provider and get them to help verify your security access codes.
Hey, id be happy to help :), the reason why your SD wifi card is not getting read by your pocket pc is because. The wifi card you have is probably have was made for a regular computer and is not compatible with your pocket pc. Id recommend for you to find a SD wifi card that is compatible with your pocket pc. And return the one you have now, thanks and I hope this helps!
It could be that your connection is ok but the cached files and cookies are corrupt.
Clean out the cookies and temp internet files in the temp folder or whatever your pda uses to clean itself of old files.
You will not believe me but I have a similar problem. I have also Belkin router at home and wireless connection with my e800 works perfect. A few days ago I have tried to connect my PDA to wireless router of my best friend. His wireless network is protected like mine and after configuration of all settings I had no success.
The funny thing is that PDA show me the status CONNECTED but I can not use the internet explorer. Like I said, at home with my Belkin it works properly. I can really not explain what the problem is.