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Do you mean a physical/hard, on-the-tablet WiFi ON/OFF switch, similar to the POWER ON/OFF switch ? I don't think any tablet or smartphone has that. You turn on/off WiFi with a "soft" switch from Settings-->Network (or WiFi). Hope this helps.
Do you try to connect to the Internet when at home or away from home ? At home, you need to have a wireless (WiFi) network to connect your tablet to and then access the Internet from your tablet. Away from home you need to find an OPEN WiFi network (usually in public places such as coffee shops, bookstores, etc) to connect to. Or you can get an USB mobile/cellular modem from your cellular provider to attach to the USB port on your tablet and access the Internet at home and/or away from home (this option will cost you money). You also need to install on your tablet apps that will access the Internet (browsers, Pandora, Youtube, etc.).
Well, I may be an 18 yr. old and I may be no wiz but I'm big into computers and there are several solutions to this. 1) If there is a password put in the wi-fi, you need to: have a device in which will be able to put in the type of security and/or put in the EXACT password. 2) Make sure it is YOUR wi-fi you're trying to connect to. And 3) If 1 and 2 don't work, contact the company of which your wi-fi was bought from. I hope this explaination was helpful for your problem.
are you using windows 7 or mac? If windows, you may not have loaded the proper driver for the device and the device manager sees it, but isn't loading it. If you can get the device manager, you can look for the yellow exclamation point and then tell the system to reload the driver for it. Check your cable and your cable connection. It is possible that the connector isn't seated properly.
This question has many possible answers depending on the wireless router, so I will try to cover the most accurate possibilities. Since the Ematic EXP8 supports standard 802.11b WiFi, I suspect your router is transmitting 802.11a or 802.11n which may not be supported by the Ematic. Log into your Wireless Router, change the wireless to 802.11b which is the most universal. If you can not see your wireless router on the Ematic EXP8, then this is your issue. If you can see the router but can not connect then change the WiFi to from WEP to WPA Personal.
Try going to system settings and select 'About Tablet' then checking you are fully charged and in good wifi signal select 'system updates' Update to any new version it finds. Make sure it is fully charged with the screen brightness down (so it will last for hours, just in case). The last thing you want is a power down during an update...