Well you probably dont have any internet connections nera you and if you do you have to manually enter it using the add other connection button and if your just missing the kay you should be able to get it from your internet provider.
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1.Install your wireless network adapter
in Windows XP with SP2. This process includes installing the proper
drivers for your wireless network adapter so it appears as a wireless
connection in Network Connections.
2.When the computer is within range of the wireless AP operating in your
home or small business, Windows XP should detect it and prompt you with
a Wireless networks detected message in the notification area of your
3. Click the notification message. If you are not notified, right-click
the wireless network adapter in Network Connections and click View
Available Wireless Networks. In either case, you should see a dialog box
with the name of the wireless connection.
4 Double-click your wireless network name. Windows XP will attempt to connect to your wireless network.
5.Because Windows XP has not been configured with the WEP encryption key
for your wireless network, the connection attempt will fail and Windows
XP will prompt you with a Wireless Network Connection dialog box. Type
the WEP key in Network key and Confirm network key, and then click
6.If the status message for your wireless network in the Wireless
Network Connection dialog box is Connected, you are done. If the status
message for your wireless network in the Wireless Network Connection
dialog box is Authentication did not succeed, click Change the order of
preferred networks in the list of Related tasks. From the Wireless
Networks tab of properties of your wireless network adapter, click the
name of your wireless network in Preferred networks, and then click
7.In Network Authentication, click Open. In Data encryption, click WEP.
In Network key and Confirm network key, type the WEP encryption key as
configured on the wireless AP.
8.In Key index, select the key index corresponding to the encryption key memory position as configured on the wireless AP.
9.Click OK to save changes to the wireless network.
Click OK to save changes to the wireless network adapter.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/network... or for broad band connection To create a broadband connection using PPPoE, use the following procedure:
Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then click Network Connections.
Under Network Tasks, click Create a new connection, and then click Next.
Click Connect to the Internet, and then click Next.
Click Setup my connection manually, and then click Next.
Click Connect using a broadband connection that requires a user name and password.
In the Connection Name dialog box, type the name of the ISP. This becomes the name of the connection. Click Next.
In the Internet Account Information
dialog box, type the user name and password. Additional checkboxes allow
you to specify whether this connection and its user name and password
is available to all users (selected by default), whether this connection
is your default Internet connection (selected by default), and whether
to enable the Internet Connection Firewall on the connection (enabled by
default). Make the appropriate selections, and then click Next.
In the Completing the Connection Wizard dialog box, review the settings. If you need to modify any of them, click Back as many times as necessary. If all the settings are correct, click Finish.
In the Connect dialog box, click Connect to attempt the connection
1. you might have a virus
2. You might have to check the signal of the itouch
A solution that you should try which will most likely help because this happened to my sisters itouch and it connected to the internet
1. Go to settings
2. Tap on Wifi
3. Go to the option that lets you manually put in the name of the connection, the connection type, and the password to the connection.
So again, type in the exact name of the wireless connection,
Pick the connection type (WEP, WPA, ect.)
then put in the password.
It should help(I almost know that it will help).
Go into your itouch in settings and wifi. make sure your wifi switch is on see if your wireless network is showing and choose it. enter your wep key and it should connect. if your ipod is not seeing your network click other enter the name of your network and the wep key from the bottom of the router and see if it joins. good luck
don't let the iTouch connect to the wi-fi network it detected automatically - try setting up a new wi-fi network from scratch.
the setup screens will ask for network name (the SSID) the security protocol (probably WPA-PSK if you are having all this trouble) and the password (pre shared key)
try this! If your iTouch says you are connected to your network but you can't surf and you've been able to connect in the past...you have to reset your network connections on your iTouch.
Go to Settings Go to General Go down to Reset Go to Reset Network Settings It will ask for your iTouch Passcode...enter it Then, hit the red "Reset Network Settings" After that, go back to "Wi-Fi" in Settings... ...and connect to your network again. It might ask you for your WEP password, if it does, enter it. The IP Address, Subnet Mask, Router and DNS fields should now have entries in them. Surf Away!!
I finally discovered the problem. I have a Linksys wireless
router, so when I tried to log on with my iTouch, I got the
message "Unable to join network "my network name" when
I typed in my password. One day, after many trys, I tried
typing in the network security key for my router, and Voila,
it worked. For some unknown reason (to me), the iTouch
recognizes the the network security key as the password.