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Re: CANNOT CIONNECT TO WIRELESS ORANGE NETWORK
Is this a new laptop, or was it working and just stoped.. When it says internet connection is disconnected, did you try setting up the wireless settings, or just turn it on and it didn't work. If its the latter, right click on the network settings "properties" and see if it's showing. If not then look on tht same page and select "create a new connection". It will set up our laptop, just follow the directions
You may be asked to connect a wired connection to yyour router, until it gets the information it needs, at some point it will ask you to remove the wire, that should get u going, ty
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First, do you have a wireless router button that enables or disables wireless internet? If so than it might have got accidently turned off. push it and see what pops up on screen. If it says enabled than it was turned of try connecting to internet again. If it says disabled than push again until it says enabled clearly that wasn't the problem. Next try going down to the two computers (right hand bottom corner) then double click them. This will bring up a wireless networks available, try refreshing this page. After refreshed if no networks are available than it may have to do with your internet provider. Try calling them to get a better detailed explanation.
At times after you have entered the correct password for the wireless network on your computer you are unable to connect to the wireless network and see the below mentioned errors:<br /><br />
<li>"Windows was unable to find a certificate to log you on to the network." </li>
<li>"Validating identity" replacing the name of the wireless network. </li>
<li>A pop-up window requesting for login credentials off the wireless connection. </li></ul><br />To avoid these error messages, you need to manually create or add a wireless network profile. Follow these steps to manually add a wireless network on Windows XP and Vista computers. <br /><br /><span>Manually add a wireless network on a Windows Vista computer:</span><br /><br />
<li>Click Start, and then select Network. </li>
<li>Select Network and Sharing Center.</li>
<li>Click Manage wireless networks.</li>
<li>Click Add and select Manually create a network profile.</li>
<li>Type the SSID, select the type of security and type the wireless password in the Security Key/Passphrase field. </li>
<li>Select the Start this connection Automatically and Connect even if the network is not broadcasting check boxes. </li>
<li>Click Next and close the window.</li>
<li>Go to the Network and Sharing Center and select Manage network connections.</li>
<li>Right click on Wireless network connection and then select Status. </li>
<li>Click details and check the IPv4 address. </li>
<li>If there is a valid IPv4 address, check if the computer can access the Internet wireless.</li></ol><br /><span>Manually add a wireless network on a Windows XP computer </span><br /><br />Note: The following steps are for a wireless network that has WEP security.<br /><br />
<li>Click Start, then select Control Panel.</li>
<li>In the left pane, select Switch to Classic view.</li>
<li>Click Network Connections.</li>
<li>Right click Wireless Network Connections and select Properties.</li>
<li>Click on the Wireless Networks tab.</li>
<li>Click the Add button.</li>
<li>Enter the name of the wireless network (SSID). </li>
<li>Set the encryption type to WEP.</li>
<li>Clear the key is provided for me automatically check box.</li>
<li>Enter the network key and confirm it. Note: Make sure that "This is a computer-to-computer (ad-hoc) network" is not selected. Click OK, and then click OK again.<br /></li>
<li>Right-click Wireless Network Connections and select Status. </li>
<li>Click on the Support tab and check if there is a valid IP address.</li>
<li>Check if the computer can access the Internet wirelessly.</li></ol> <br /><br />If you still receive the same error message after manually adding a wireless network on a Windows XP computer, ensure that IEEE 802.1x authentication of the wireless adapter is disabled.<br /><br /><span>To disable IEEE 802.1x authentication: </span><br /><br />
<li>Click Start, then select Run.</li>
<li>In the Run dialog box type ncpa.cpl and then click OK.</li>
<li>Right-click the Wireless network connections icon, and then select Properties. </li>
<li>Click the Wireless network tab.</li>
<li>Click the Properties button beside Remove. </li>
<li>Click the Authentication tab, and clear the Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network check box.</li>
<li>Click OK to update the settings.</li></ol>This TIP applies to: <br /><br /><span>All Windows XP and Vista computers that display the listed error messages when attempting to connect to wireless network of routers (specifically NETGEAR).</span>
How do you know your notebook is connected to your wifi AP? Did you try pinging the gateway? If not, open your command window & type "ping 192.168.0.1" (put in your own gateway address.) If you get replies, then ping something outside of your network: "ping 184.108.40.206" (this is a verizon dns server). If you get replies, then "ping yahoo.com". If it does not fail at any of the above steps, you don't have a connectivity problem. If you fail any of the above, then report back & we'll continue the troubleshooting.
check the error message when you try to search for your network. If it says it cannot find network in range and wireless zero configuration utility is turned off than click on start go to run and type : services.msc, click ok, on right hand side scroll the window to the bottom and you'll see wireless zero configuration >> double click on it >> change the start up type to automatic and click apply then change service to started and click on ok.
Afterwards check if you see your network name or else
click on start >> go to control panel >> double click on network and internet connections >> right click on wireless network connection >> click on properties and go to wireless tab >> check the box at the top that says use windows utility >> click on ok and than right click on wireless network connection and click view available wireless networks. It will show you your network name. click and connect to your network
Have you tried putting the computer in to safe mode. I had the same problem with 3 other laptops but all the same model. I think it has something to do with an update. I put it into safe mode and rolled back the driver and its working fine
go into ur wireless network properties.click internet protocol.check settings .if obtain ip auto is checked.connect to the unsecured network to obtain details..ip,gateway , dns etc.
disconnect go back to wireless properties and select use the following ip/dns in internet protocol and type in the details..this will get u connected..once connected left click on connected icon in sys tray and select repair this should make changes to ip and dns..it may change it may not ..if not it doesnt need to.