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No, just adding photos. I suggest reading those, and if you are still having problems, let me know and I will do my best to help you. :) https://www.instructables.com/id/How-your-home-network-works/ https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-troubleshoot-your-home-network/Futureproduer4 years agoReplyIf You Need Help Was this page helpful? I just tried uninstalling my antivirus program and the only thing that changed is that it is letting me connect to the wifi, but it doesn't not load any pages, nor http://guelphcomputers.net/connect-to/can-39-t-connect-to-wifi-iphone.html

I would replace the laptop. :(jcrooks3 thegeeke3 years agoReplyWhat do you think of this service? I could see the wireless network I wanted to connect to in the Network setup process, but after trying to connect, it would fail. When I tried the network setup, it disappeared as it has been, then I remembered I had entered DNS 8.8.8.8. Step 3: Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and select Settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer

Iphone Can't Find Wifi

The DNS is 192.168.1.254 and the subnet mask says 255.255.255.0. Check the Wi-Fi settings on your Surface: Step 1: Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and select Settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner If your wireless network doesn’t work on any other devices, the problem might be with the network or hardware itself. I think I have done this right.

I did some search here and in other places and other people seems to be having the same problem, but i couldn't find any solutions.I didn't install any software today that Perhaps Samsung has screwed something up in their latest Smart Hub update and/or something is wrong with their DNS servers as mentioned by a previous poster? Until today at noon, everything was working fine, including the wireless network. Stand by.

Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft. Can't Connect To This Network For more info about installing updates, see Install Surface and Windows updates. Wireless routers can prevent unauthorized network access by using a feature called MAC filtering. The TV just won't connect (after entering the password, I get a connection failed message).

Solution 3: Check the date and time settings Check and, if needed, correct your date and time settings on your Surface. Add the MAC address of your Surface to your router’s authorized list. Using these numbers you always know that your DNS is getting the corect numbers and is not redirected. I hope this helps, I followed these steps and I am up and running.

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just update the wireless driver and for any other help visit http://windows.technical-care.com/ and let me know for any other issue . Used SmartMama's solution above and it connected right away! Iphone Can't Find Wifi If your Surface still can’t connect to your wireless network, try Solution 6. Can't Connect To Wifi Saturday, August 14, 2010 12:51 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Well, it turns out the problem was the network card driver.

Ugh I was damn near ready to ship this pps to Samsung with a real nice letter and take the $600 loss Reply to pr1ncess m 0 l devilswhore April 20, check over here Great, you can also be sure about what system you are running by pressing the windows key and pause/break key together, that will bring up the system properties window so that Applies to Surface Pro 3, Surface 3, Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro. If your wireless network doesn’t work on any other devices, the problem might be with the network or hardware itself.

If you find your wirelessconnection icon in grey color then right-click on it and select "Enable".2) Check your SSID and the security key.Good Luckdenialjosaf1 year agoReplyi think this can be fixed Can you connect to your wireless network and go online from another PC, tablet, or smartphone? Here’s how to find the MAC address: Step 1: Swipe in from the right edge of the screen and tap Search. (If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner his comment is here just so you know, I just finished an instructable on how to troubleshoot your home network, and also one on how your home network works.

For more info, see Command Prompt: frequently asked questions. Click Networking and Sharing Center.4. For more info, see Tethering: Use your phone’s data connection.

What system are you running, and what (if any) antivirus are you using (and did you switch recently?)4.

Help please? Do you have any possible solutions that could help me connect to my Wi-Fi? Brilliant! Solution 2: Restart your network hardware Try restarting your modem, router, and Surface.

If your Surface still can’t connect to your wireless network, contact us. To my surprise it did and then it prompted me for a Netflix update and now Im up and running . and it isn't always that obvious where the short is. weblink Reply to dmbaker63 m 0 l Supermama April 13, 2015 9:05:53 AM I tried everything you tried first and after making several calls to Samsung, I called again and spoke to

If you still can’t connect, try Solution 4. I called them, a tech came the next day and knew the issue. Tried setting DNS to 75.75.75.75 and 75.75.76.76.......NADA Even tried setting DNS to 8.8.8.8..........NADA. All apps updated.

Wireless routers can prevent unauthorized network access by using a feature called MAC filtering. Here are my simplified instructions: On your TV remote, go to Menu, Settings, Network Next select Network Settings, Start, IP Settings Then select DNS mode and make sure the green check Or get help if youcan't turn on Wi-Fi. I tried the nslookup and it times out and the tracert says it is unable to resolve target system name.

I chose the first. Hope this helps! -JP is is it safe to disable the firewall on the router? When it comes to the not working wifi-network: I see the free wifi network in my list, when I click it I have to fill in the password, so far so Good luck!

Follow her directions to reset the DNS code manually to 8888 Reply to LagunaNiguelCA m 0 l justbobz April 19, 2015 4:43:19 PM Change to DNS setting 208.67.222.222, worked for me. Detailed instructions for the computer challenged community such as me: On your TV remote, go to Menu, Settings, Network Next select Network Settings, Start, IP Settings Then select DNS mode and Step 2: At the command prompt, enter ipconfig /all and press Enter. This problematic driver was from March/2010, i don't remember the version number.I went to Device Manager and pressed "Roll Back Driver".

Add ImagesxWe noticed you attached photosto your comment.Did you make this instructable? I would bring it back to the repair shop and have them fix it...