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Re: Ipaq MAC address?
First turn the wireless on.
Then go to Start > Settings > System > Asset Viewer and look for "Wireless LAN" near the bottom of that list. Click on the + which will open the information tree out and show you the MAC address.
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Select the "Bluetooth" icon from the Today screen of your iPAQ h1940. Click on "Bluetooth Settings." Touch the "Turn on" button.
Select the "Accessibility" tab from the Bluetooth menu and select "Allow other devices to connect" and "All devices." Click "OK."
Click on the Bluetooth icon in the upper right-hand corner of your Mac. Click "Turn Bluetooth On."
Select "Set up Bluetooth Device" from the Bluetooth menu and click "Continue." Select "Any Device" and click "Continue."
Select your iPAQ h1940 from the list of devices and click "Continue." Input the passkey number from your Mac into your iPAQ.
Select the type of syncs you want with your iPAQ and Mac and click "Continue."
Select "Browse Device" from the Bluetooth menu on your Mac and select the iPAQ from the list. Click "Browse."
Add or remove files from your iPAQ h1940 by clicking on them and dragging them into a file on your iPAQ or on your Mac. Close the window when you are finished and select "Turn Bluetooth off" from the Bluetooth menu.
Click "Turn off" on the Bluetooth icon on your iPAQ h1940.
Go to Settings-Connections-Connections-advanced-Network Card.
You will see all available wireless networks in your area. Double click the desired wireless network and tap connect. Note whether the desired network has been connected.
Hope this help,
always start with the simplest answer first so make sure you have WiFi turned on.
Think back, have you changed the wireless security on your router? If so you may need to re-enter the network details or add your iPAQ's MAC address to the access control list on the router.
In the bottom right-hand corner of the home screen you should have a small HP Wireless symbol, if you tap it you should get your HP Wireless control panel on screen and can 1: turn WiFi on and off, 2: manually enter the WiFi network details and 3: search for WiFi networks in range.
What about your desktop pc? Have you checked the services on it to make sure it is not broadcasting DHCP? Also, think about switching over to Stealth Mode (Non-broadcast SSID) instead of MAC filtering. MAC filtering can be cummbersome and if it is just you, then do away with it.
Have you tried a soft reset or hard reset yet P ?
How about a ROM update ?
Seem like one of your applications on the Ipaq is having a conflict so try to remove them 1 by 1 and pinpoint the exact culprit
Did you have the programs installed on the main Ipaq memory or a SD card if you have one ?