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Re: WIFI for Toshiba E750
If u use a WLAN access point,
1. configure your wlan router to allow internet
2. choose "WORK" in the network connections configuration dialogs.
and maybe you will have to configure the proxy server too.
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first off you typed the model wrong. and not full, (2 errors)'
P205-S7476? 10 years old?
are you at home, or starbucks, using wifi
location matters after all it's a Mobile device.
you cant use wifi lacking credentials,
SSID + wpa/wpa/wep mode, and pass phrase. (got these?)
wifi, is and option, on all old PCs.
so first is , do you have wifi options,
or just plug in the CAT 5 cable from PC jack to router.
bam internet in 2 minutes flat,
the above (my guess) model does have wifi, chip, as seen here.
Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN (802.11a/g/n
that switch is airplane mode for wifi on or off.
some P205 have no wifi card inside
so if you want to ask questions, learn to type the full model number correctly the end part of that number tell the helper what card and chips are in that PC day 1 new.
for sure wifi.
In connecting through a wifi, there are two factors to consider. (1) Wireless Router broadcast and (2) Wireless Receiver.
Make sure that your network router is broadcasting wireless internet or wifi. Also, you have to know if you need a pass key or password in order to connect to the wireless network.
Now, given that there is a wifi spot, your laptop should automatically recognize the wifi broadcast and negotiate connection without your intervention. This will only happen IF AND ONLY IF your laptop has a wifi radio receiver and that it is TURNED ON. When it is turned ON, it will connect you immediately if the network has no pass key set. If there is, then you have to enter that key when you try to manually connect it. (Right click on wireless network icon on system tray. Then it should say: Wireless Network Available. Then Click CONNECT)
To turn your wifi radio receiver ON, slide a switch button to ON position depending on your laptop model. If you dont have that kind of switch, look for the wifi icon printed in the keyboard keys. In some laptop, it is in F2. Now Press FN+F2 to turn wifi radio receiever ON and OFF.
Did you try - after switching on the "antenna switch" or WiFi hardware - to "Enable" the WiFi adapter, under (XP) Start - Settings - Network Connections - LAN or High-Speed Internet - Wireless Network Connection? (select, right click and select Enable)?
p.s. Once your WiFi hardware is recognized (by Win XP) there is (should be) always a "Wireless Network Connection" in your Network Connections, enabled or disabled, active or not.
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.
"Certain Pocket PC Models have SD or SDIO slots but are not compatible with the SDIO WLAN Card. These include: Toshiba e350 and e750 – these have SDIO slots but do not have SDIO Now! software from BSQUARE. The e355 is the same as the e350.
If no one has any solution for your issue in my opinion you should check the manufacturer’s site. Maybe there you can find out if this unit is compatible with your PDA. Usually you can find it under support or FAQs.