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Bought 2 Hisense tablets Sero 7 both will not connect to my home wifi router. When I try to connect tablets to my router, it makes router reboot and that shuts the connection to other devices off. The tablet show network connection as saved or disconnected. I have tried a few things to fix problems such as forgetting the networks, shutting devices off, resetting router and changing security settings, changing channels. Is there anything else I can try?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check in Device Manager to see if there is a problem with the Wireless Network Adapter. If you see a Yellow! or a RedX, then right-click on the network adapter see what the status of it is. It has a troubleshooting section. The only part of your wireless adapter that could possibly shut down the computer would be the driver.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: I have the Archos 101
I had the same problem with my third Archos 101 (I've had two replacements to the first one I bought in June 2011). I just got the third one two days ago and it wouldn't connect to my WiFi like the previous two would. I had to add the 101's MAC address to my router's setup and now I'm connecting to the Internet. Alternatively, if your cell phone supports tethering (my HTC Tilt does) you can tether your 101 to access the Internet through your phone. Mine is working well that way....for now.
Posted on Oct 16, 2011
Please check your password and see the strength of the WI-Fi in your area. If this a wifi of your home wireless modem then check the modem and reset accordingly. switch off power for some time and restart.
If not check your tablet on another wifi to confirm this or if the configuration has gone off from the settings.
make sure that your password and the network is connected as seen on the lower taskbar .
Posted on Jun 07, 2012
SOURCE: I'm having problems with my tablet connecting to wifi I've rebooted my router other devices work fine with it it's not reading the IP address on the router it reconize it but want connect what can I d
You might have something going on in your settings. I remember the first time I tried to connect to a network. It was a nightmare. I was pulling my hair out! You only have one device to connect. I had three devices and none of them would connect until I went in and changed my settings. I hope this was helpful. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 14, 2013
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