Hi raji767. You left out a few important details such as which operating system you are using and if the WiFi signal you are trying to connect to is encrypted. I will try to give the best step by step instructions I can based on the info you gave. I am assuming you are using either Windows XP or Vista. First, make sure the wireless is turned on. There is a button on the side by the headphone jack which turns the wireless on and off.
WINDOWS XP: Click Start, Control Panel. On the left side of the control panel window you should see "switch to classic view" or "switch to category view". To make it easy, make sure you are in classic view. Next double click the icon labeled "Network Connections". Next, right click on the "Wireless Network Connection" and select "View Available Wireless Networks". In this window you should see the network you are trying to connect to. Next just select the network and click connect. NOTE: If the network is encrypted, you will need to enter the key after pressing connect.
VISTA: First, go to "Start Menu", "Control Panel", "Network and Internet". Next, go to "Network and Sharing Center" and select "Connect to a network". Choose "Show All" and hit the refresh button. Now just select the network you want to connect to and click connect.
NOTE: If the network is encrypted, you will need to enter the key after pressing connect.
Hope this helps. If you have any questions just let me know. Good Luck!
Aug 23, 2009 |
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