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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unable to connect to wi-fi
I think it is saying that the wifi "card" is set so that it is not being configured by windows.
Control panel > Network connections
Under LAN or High-speed internet you will see an icon labelled wireless network connection. Right click on this and then click properties. You will see three tabs at the top
General - Wireless Networks - Advanced
Click on wireless networks
There should be a tick-box saying Use windows to configure my wireless network settings. I expect that, in your case, the box is unticked which means that the software supplied by the vendor of the wifi card is configuring the settings. I find that it is usually more reliable to let windows do it.
So tick the box and click OK. You may then have to reboot.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
SOURCE: wi-fi connection
1. First, you have to make sure that the Wi-Fi of your laptop is turned on.
2. Make sure that there's an available wireless network in your area so that you can test if the computer can detect any available network.
3. If you're running Win XP, right-click the wireless icon on your system tray and select "View available wireless networks"
4. If you can't detect any wireless network, right-click the wireless icon on your system tray and select Open Network Connections.
5. Right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon and make sure to enable it.
6. If it's already enabled, try to disable it and then re-enable it.
7. If you can't still detect any wireless network, try this:
- Click the Start > Run > type msconfig > hit Enter
8. Locate the Wireless Zero Configuration and click on it once.
9. Once it's highlighted, locate the Start button on the upper left hand corner of that screen.
10. After starting the Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC), try to detect the wireless network again.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: I cannot make a wi-fi connection
are you that ******* stupid that you think that blackberrys have wifi you ignorant lowlife ***** you cheap ***** blackberrys do not have wi fi you better go to a low quality iphone with that **** you have been dismissed wiht your stale ***
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Activate and connect to a WLAN
1.In range of WLAN network, access an application or menu that needs a wireless connection.
2.On the Home screen, press <Start> → <More> → Settings → Connections → More... → Wi-Fi.
3.Press <Menu> → Turn On Wi-Fi.
The device will display available WLAN connections.
4.Select a network profile from the list.
The device will attempt to connect to the WLAN.
5.Select a network type and press <Next>.
6.Enter a pre-shared key for WLAN and press <Next> or <Finish>.
7.Set the IEEE 802.1x access option and the extensible authentication protocol (EAP) type and press <Finish> (if necessary).
Create a new WLAN
1.On the Home screen, press <Start> → <More> → Settings → Connections → More... → Wi-Fi.
3.Enter a network name, configure connection settings, and press <Next>.
4.Enter network authentication settings and press <Next>.
5.Set the IEEE 802.1x access option and the extensible authentication protocol (EAP) type (if necessary).
6.When you are finished, press <Finish>.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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