First, I'm not a Levono tech. (I do own a ideapad110S)
* Check your warranty. Contact Lenovo; https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/ordersupport/
*** following is for information only.***
* WiFi connections can be tricky if not set up properly by following the initial set up as stated. (don't try short cuts as they may be out dated.)
* Many newer computers and laptops are designed as a turn on and run. It's "Plug n' Play" taking a step further. No thinking needed. Just turn it on. (ironic as you have to think to use it as a tool.)
* First, check if your router or WiFi device is powered up and other devices hook up to it as normal. (Meaning that it's working okay.)
* Not to many people use "Hard wired networks" so I will bypass this step. (if you are using a wired network then contact the I.T. manager.)
* During the initial computer set up the computer will search for the WiFi signal which you will click on to choose. It will ask you for a password (if locked). Otherwise it will just connect continue with the set up.
* You must have the password to connect to a locked WiFi system. If you just got a new WiFi device and did not do anything except turn it on then you will find the "Default" password on the back ID label or in the instructions pamphlet that came with it. Check the box or package. Call the contact number on the device if you have problems connecting. They will help you perform a "Hard" reset that will reset the device to accept a new password.
* Some WiFi devices have a "sync" button to give access to a device without going through some of these steps. (or at least "search" for your laptop, phone, computer, etc.)
* Getting back to your computer. Follow the connection set up as mention.
* connection error (though you did connect and gave password but still error.) Then there still may be problems with the WiFi or "Router in this case. Remove power cord from Router. Count to ten and plug it back in. Turn it on or make sure the lights come back on. Let it cycle through the start up and check your computer again in 5 mins. (I will leave a link below on why you need to do this. I do it once a day. See below.)
* Still not connecting? Contact Lenovo support.
* Also check if you need more memory (Internal RAM)as there may not be enough to load up the operating system to run.
PS: FBI posted a warning out that hackers have found a way into home wifi routers.
"If your wifi slows down then you may have been hacked. Perform a router reset (or unplug power for 10 seconds) to kick the hack program off router."
* Note: you may have to do this once or twice a week if they are active in your area.
* I perform a power reset every week as our wifi slows to a crawl and stops.