Unable to connect by Satellite C70 - A - 16 L to my WLAN

I bought a Satellite C70 - A - 16 L today, when I tried to set up a wifi connection using my known password I got the message "cannot connect to this network.

I'm not a techie whizz, far from it and I wonder if I am missing something that may be obvious. The laptop detects my network OK.

I will be grateful to anyone who can help you with this.

Thank you.


If your laptop can detect your WLAN means WLAN is successfully activated. Please make sure that you use the correct password and make sure you have it points right.

What you can try is to remove the WIFI password for several minutes just check the WLAN connectivity.

Using LAN, everything must be OK, right?

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