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Wireless connection i'm trying to connect my new eeepc to my wireless router have been through every option and it just keeps on pending please help !

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  • pnebabe Jan 17, 2009

    i have the same problem, im running linux

  • pnebabe Jan 17, 2009

    i have the sane problem, im running linux

  • james_in_NM Jan 18, 2009

    I cannot connect to open wireless networks. I tried at an airport, a restaurant, and at my friend's house and it just said "pending" - looked like it was never getting an ip address from dhcp.

  • BillW50 May 11, 2010

    Is this running Linux or Windows?

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Same happened to me so I gave it a kick start, sort of like jump starting the car.

Wifi should be on. A blue light on your right of your keyboard should be on to confirm that.
That's why you have no luck.
Press FN and F2 together at the same time and a little box will come up with saying it's on. Do the same to switch off..

You got to setup a Local Area Connection through your connection wizard. Restart your computer to get it going.
Turn on all your wireless connect it through your router and hit the wireless networks on your eeepc, it should show your wireless and Lan. Ok, now click on wireless, make sure it's your wireless and not another connection.
Don't forget to restart your computer after you've created the connection because otherwise it won't work.

If you still have no connection, go to your connections left click on wireless once and click on properties. On this page you'll see your IP address and DHCP server, scroll down and you'll see signal strength, that means you can connect but we need one more thing done.
Now go to sharing tab and click on share this connection with local area network connections, boom, boom, restart the computer and remember if you still have a prob then you need to go the TCP/IP page input the DHCP your server name their IP Address at client identifier and then restart.
Linux needs a kick start, but once you get it up and going you'll be surfing in no time. I went to hell and back and figured it all out myself, that's my help to guys, good luck!

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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