I recieved the psp last night and everything was working fine. I went on psn and downloaded some wallpapers and a demo. Now today when I try to go on psn I get a cannot fin access point and to check security settings. I have not touched any settings and did a restore default settings. If anyone has a clue in how to fix this please give me a heads up, thanks.
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You need to install the wireless network driver. Make sure that you are going to install a Windows 7 compatible driver. You need to indicate the type of wireless network card that you have in your computer.
Another thing that you need to make sure of is that the wireless switch on your portable is turned on. Usually there is a switch in the side of the portable or for other portable systems, you will need to use the Fn+F3 key to enable the wireless.
First, you may want to contact the manafucter of the MP3 player as they usually have technical support. You may be able to return the product for a new one.
If you are able to turn on the MP3 player, try removing the song to see if the problem clears up. After you remove the song in question, you may want to do a hard reset of the device. Usually, there is a pin size button somewhere on the device you press to reset it. You may be able to take the battery out as well.
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I don't think it's the driver is the culprit. Sometimes that could be, but in most cases, the problem is with the settings/setups, please check the Wifi Properties.
Most Wifi cards automatically detect the network and connect to the network available, but there are still many networks which require manual setups. Before you proceed to the steps below, please make sure that Dhcp is already activated on the wifi card properties of you system, otherwise you'll need to supply an ip address.
The basic steps are as follows;
Find out what are the Ssid, Channel, Mode and Wep keys. Some Wi-Fi locations do not require a Wep key. Many Wi-Fi providers have this information on their Web site or they'll give you the information when you purchase access.
Ensure you have a firewall program installed and running. This will protect your data.
Start up your laptop and look for the Wi-Fi network icon in the bottom right of the screen.
Click on the Wi-Fi Connection icon on bottom right of screen and you should see a window that indicates connection, strength and duration. Click on the Properties tab.
Now you can check whether this helps or not. If you have set up these things correctly and still not having fixed it, then you need to reinstall the drivers and again setup the wifi settings.
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Hi there, this one might help since the OS is Windows mobile 5. the settings on your handheld might be quite different but still this may work. Please turn on wi-fi. There is a small icon below for wireless simply tick that and it will turn on wi-fi. Once you turn it on it will detect available wireless networks or you may simply go to Start menu and select settings. Go to connections and select network. It will give you available wireless networks. If prompted for the pass key or encryption, use the encryption set to the wireless network you're trying to connect with. Once you input the correct key you should be good to go.