Jul 29, 2006
I just received a brand new Nokia 770 Internet Tablet with OS 2006. When I began using it for the first time this morning, the unit had no trouble accessing my wireless Internet connection at home. A short while later I noticed on my laptop that the connection had hung so I powered the wireless base station off/on, which immediately fixed the laptop's connectivity problem. Since then, however, the 770 has not been able detect the wireless network even once. It consistently says "No connections available." The connection seems fine otherwise; I'm using it to post this message wirelessly via my laptop. I upgraded the 770 OS to the latest version, 1.2006.26-8, but am unable to get the unit to detect the wireless network, even when it's just a few inches away from the base station. I'm in the U.S. using an Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station to share my Road Runner cable modem connection with two wireless laptops (PowerBook and Dell) and an iMac connected via Ethernet. All the computers can connect to the Internet without any trouble. I had saved the original connection during my initial session with the 770 but later deleted it when trying to get the Connection Setup Wizard to fix the problem by starting over. What can I do to make the 770 recognize my wireless network?
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