My wifi was working perfectly the other day, and starting last night, my HP tablet says there are no wireless networks in range. It usually picks up my home's wifi, along with stray networks of neighbors, but it says no networks are availble, so it's not my home wifi as the problem.
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The SSID is the name that is broadcast by the wireless router to identify the wireless network(s). Most devices will perform a scan and provide a list of detected wifi networks. The names you see on the list are the SSIDs. It is possible for a wireless network to exist but not broadcast its SSID. In those cases you must manually enter the SSID in order for the device to scan for, locate, and attempt to connect to the wifi network.
Ensure that Wi-Fi is on. When you see a green check mark next to the Wi-Fi option, Wi-Fi is on.
Choose a wireless network from the list. Available Wi-Fi networks appear at the bottom of the screen. When no wireless networks are listed, you're sort of out of luck regarding wireless access from your current location. Optionally, type the network password. Touch the Password text box to see the onscreen keyboard. Touch the Show Password check box so that you can see what you're typing; some of those network passwords can be long. Touch the Connect button. You should be immediately connected to the network. If not, try the password again.
Something has changed in your wifi settings first check wifi is turned on (press menu On the right hand side next to the battery it will say off is wifi is turned off) the first option in the menu is turn on wifi. if wifi is on click home -> menue and go to settings scroll down to wifi see if your wireless network is there if it is not but other networks are there it is a problem with your house network not the kindle
if your house network is there with a message next to it saying connect then click connect if it says forget then forget it and connect again.
If the device fails to connect you should go into settings push menu and then restart if still no luck go to settings and click reset to factory defaults and try again through wifi settings if this does not work their is a fault with your device and you have to talk to amazon
amazon will charge you to replace the device if you tell them anything like you dropped it so as far as you know it was working when you went to bed you woke up the next day and it didn't work ;)
is normal. To save energy, the ARCHOS always starts up with the WiFi
set to off. You must manually use the Fn-F3 keys if you want to
activate the WiFi connection.
I cannot connect to the Internet over WiFi, what's wrong?
Make sure that your WiFi is activated. This can be turned on and
off with the blue function key pressed down and then the F3 key. The
blue WiFi indicator just below the touch-pad will light indicating that
it has been turned on.
My WiFi router/modem is on and working, but it does not show up in the list of wireless networks. What's wrong?
It could be that the WiFi modem/router is hiding its SSID. This is
done for security purposes sometimes. You can either change this on the
WiFi modem/router (see its instructions) so that it broadcasts its SSID
(and then you'll see it in the list on your ARCHOS 10) or you can go
into the advanced settings of the Wireless Network Connection screen to
the Wireless Networks tab and 'add' a new connection. You will need to
know the SSID name and its other connection parameters.