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sonu2

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#11151 5-Jan-2007 18:06
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ok guys i have another problem. just bought a tmobile mda.when i turn on the wifi it connects to my home network.stauts says
wi fi connected.but when i go try to browse the page on explorer it will not load up any page. like it is not connected but it is connected.
i have a ipaq before but was working great.but do not know too much about mda.do i need to put anything specail with mda
so all you great people pls help on this.anyone there with mda having a same problem i am sure you guys can come up with 
great solutions
thanks in advance
 sonu

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  #57029 5-Jan-2007 19:57
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Have you tried running the welcome.exe program? Open File Explorer on your Pocket PC, browse to \windows and tap on welcome.exe... Follow the on screen instructions and close Internet Explorer using the Memory applet (Start | Settings | System). The try opening a web page again.






 

 

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  #57157 7-Jan-2007 14:05
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freitasm: Have you tried running the welcome.exe program? Open File Explorer on your Pocket PC, browse to \windows and tap on welcome.exe... Follow the on screen instructions and close Internet Explorer using the Memory applet (Start | Settings | System). The try opening a web page again.



i just try as you said but still it isays can not open the page,
sorry for my late reponse as i was busy with my work.is there anything else i can do ?

 
 
 
 


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  #57159 7-Jan-2007 14:48
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sonu2:
freitasm: Have you tried running the welcome.exe program? Open File Explorer on your Pocket PC, browse to \windows and tap on welcome.exe... Follow the on screen instructions and close Internet Explorer using the Memory applet (Start | Settings | System). The try opening a web page again.



i just try as you said but still it isays can not open the page,
sorry for my late reponse as i was busy with my work.is there anything else i can do ?

ok i got a working solution

What I did to overcome this issue is to create a new network management profile under Settings/Connections/Connections/Advanced/Select Networks. There, I clicked "New" and I named it "WIFI". The only setting that needs to be applied is to click on Proxy Settins and check the "This Network connects to the Internet" checkbox. Click OK and then make sure that both drop down boxes have "WIFI" selected. Then, enable the wifi on your device and you should be able to connect to your network.

I change from Wifi to GPRS frequently and as a rule of thumb, the steps that I use to change from GPRS to WIFI are to first stop all running programs to kill any Internet Explorer sessions going on, then I go into settings/connections and change the network from MediaNet (Cingular) to Wifi (the one I created). Then I enable my wifi on my device and all is well.
i hope it is going to help alot of people here
still if anyone have other solution pls still post here
but this is one with work 1000%
and thanks your help sir
sonu2





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  #58027 16-Jan-2007 10:31
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is your home network protected with wep or a wpa passkey?
if so and you havenet put this into your devic, it will say connected but wont let you view pages
try entering the key and try again

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  #58177 17-Jan-2007 16:14
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bjsc: is your home network protected with wep or a wpa passkey?
if so and you havenet put this into your devic, it will say connected but wont let you view pages
try entering the key and try again

yes it is but above method is the only to way to connect mda to wifi as far as i know there is a problem with mda rom but thanks for your reply
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