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Wi-fi i st up my system on a mshome wireless network a day ago. it worked perfectly. the next time i started on this network it did not work. i have tried everything i could think of but to no pevail. please help

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Given the hardware and software configuration involved in this case you may need live assistants to walk u through the steps of setting-up your default gateway, address type, IP Address, and Subnet Mask. However try right-clicking on explorer, scroll to properties then click, u will see a home page box, type the address of any home page you like, (exe click apply then click ok. Try browsing by opening internet explorer. Remember this is just one option that could be out of phase.

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Tap the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.
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If you selected a network that is secured with WEP, enter the key and then tap

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    1. From the Home screen, find and tap Settings.
    2. Tap Wireless controls > Wi-Fi settings.
    3. Mark the Wi-Fi checkbox. Available Wi-Fi™ networks are displayed in a list under Wi-Fi networks. The available networks may be open or secured. This is indicated by the icon next to the network name.
    4. Tap a Wi-Fi™ network to connect to it. If you are trying to connect to a secured Wi-Fi™ network, you are asked to enter the security key for that Wi-Fi™ network before you can connect to it. The Wi-Fi™ connection is displayed in the status bar once you are connected.
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