I installed symSMB 2.0 so I can use my N95 as a remote network drive (WIFI).
This worked fine but I wasn't able to use the N95 (as a client) to access my PC (as the remote server);
I Keep getting this message 'connection timed out error'.
Could it be that this is because I'm running Vista?
It is working with Vista just fine.
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From memory of sons PS3 but should be similar in ps2---In set up--- check IP address settings are on auto make sure you have the right WIFI network -type indicated,.... and above all make sure your WIFI signal is in range and you have a good signal when setting up.....The problem I had with sons PS3 was similar nothing indicated that the signal wasn't good enough...i did everything i could think of including putting static ip addresses---nothing worked...to cut the story short, it turned out that the wifi which should have been in range wasn't good enough... accidentally got a connection in auto a couple of times which bombed out quickly...But---after replacing wifi with a better range unit and updating broadband all such problems disappeared
The manual doesn't specifically state this but it appears that if the printer is connected to a wired LAN connection the wireless function will be disabled if the printer is set up in infrastructure mode. When I tried this the 'wireless' light turned off and I wasn't able to find the printer's WiFi SSID using a nearby netbook. If your goal, like mine, was to disable the printer's WiFi from transmitting to reduce extra WiFi noise then this seems to work. One of the wireless troubleshooting tips in the manual states to disconnect the wired connection before attempting to set up a wireless connection so it appears the two can't be used simultaneously. It seems odd that there's no specific "off" setting for wireless though. The printer will provide a WiFi connection when also connected to a wired LAN port if it is set up as part of an ad-hoc wireless network so make sure you set it to 'infrastructure' mode to disable WiFi.
Check to see if your wireless network is hiding its SSID (network name) Next, set your wireless network to mixed mode (B/G). The built in wireless antenna isn't as strong on the N95 compared to a laptop computer so stay as close as possible to your wireless router to receive a stronger signal
please check that if it is original or duplicate nokia n95
actually their is fake n95 is still there in black markets if it is an original one then pls take to any nokia service center they will find out what is the problem with your phone and they repair it
Is the "broadcast-tower" light on (the leftmost icon on the lite-bar below the screen)? Have you got an available/working WiFi router? Have you been able to choose a network to connect to? My T400 works fine when all the above are enabled..