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Are you able to post more details?

The majority of the time it is either an incorrect password and/or wireless security settings, or a bad network config. Make sure you do not have a static address assigned and that your AP or router is running DHCP.

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What is the laser classification of Staples mouse B250?


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  • Class I laser product means any laser product that does not permit human access during the operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits as defined in Table I of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class I levels of laser radiation are not considered to be hazardous.
  • Class II laser product means any laser product that permits human access during operation to levels of visible laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table II-A of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10, but does not permit human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table II of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class II levels of laser radiation are considered to be a chronic viewing hazard.
  • Class IIIa laser product means any laser product that permits human access during operation to levels of visible laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table II of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10, but does not permit human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table III-A of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class IIIa levels of laser radiation are considered to be, depending upon the irradiance, either an acute intrabeam viewing hazard or chronic viewing hazard, and an acute viewing hazard if viewed directly with optical instruments.
  • Class IIIb laser product means any laser product that permits human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits of Table III-A, but does not permit human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table III-B of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class IIIb levels of laser radiation are considered to be an acute hazard to the skin and eyes from direct radiation. Class IIIb laser products may have removable panels that, when displaced, permit access to levels of laser radiation ranging from Class II to Class IV.
  • Class IV laser product means any laser that permits human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table III-B of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class IV levels of laser radiation are considered to be an acute hazard to the skin and eyes from direct and scattered radiation. Class IV laser products may have removable panels that, when displaced, permit access to levels of laser radiation ranging from Class II to Class IV.
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    Limited access usually means you have full access to your network through your hotspot, but the hotspot is not connected to the internet or it cannot get a signal.

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    Most likely, the access point is not connected to an internet gateway whatever that is at your place.
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    In short, make sure the access point is connected to the router because the router is the once responsible for providing the DHCP service.

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    If, as the message says your access is limited then probably that is why you cannot chat, it may be one of the features that is turned off by limited access.
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    typing incorrect password weather in wireless setting or in computer

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