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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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You need to remove the wireless network from your preferred networks list and reconnect to it.
1. Right click on the wireless icon (picture of a computer) on your system tray. 2. Click on Network and Sharing Center. 3. On the upper left hand side of the page , click on Manage Wireless Networks 4. Right click on you network name and click Remove/delete 5. Now reconnect to your network.
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 18.104.22.168" (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.
I would remove old cache wireless network connections. Example is when you once connect to a free wireless access at Library or Coffee Shop. Windows save all of these profiles and this will cause problems connecting. Then use Microsoft Wireless Troubleshooting resource:
You may have to reboot your PC and try to connect again. If you have "Viewed all available networks" and tried to connect to your Wireless network but cannot what kind of error message are you getting ?
To quickly find out if you have Internet Connectivity coming in at all from your Internet Service Provider turn off your wireless switch on your laptop and try to connect a cat5 directly from your PC ( connect cat5 cable to what looks like a slightly larger telephone jack on the side or back of your laptop) to the back of your router and see if you browse the internet. You may have to reset your router (unplug and plug)
This can happen if the wireless network you're trying to connect to is password protected. If you can see the name of the Wi-Fi network you're trying to connect to and there is a padlock symbol next to the name then you'll have to enter the WEP or WPA-PSK security keys. If this is not the case and this is your home wireless system which is unprotected then I suspect what's going on is that you may need to enter a DNS server number for your network on the Palm. To do this, select a wi-fi network you're trying to connect to, click edit, choose "configure", click on "Details". Where it says "Connect to:" select "infrastructure" then click on the "Advanced..." buttton. Try putting in the DNS server number manually for your internet service provider.