Hi I'm Ruofan Wang, I am from China and currently I am a senior student studying in the Eastern Washington University. I major in electrical engineering at both universities in China and here. Also I am learning Japanese by myself because I do love watching anime and day by day, I can now speak Japanese and talk with Japanese fluently. But I still can't do read and write, that is why I am learning it This is my second year studying at EWU and I am graduating right after this quarter, so I am going to finish my EE degree in two years. I had to because I only have an exchange student visa. Otherwise I would have time to get a duo degree or a minor here. I think I have all the skills that take devices apart and put them back together. I had experience once that I replaced my iPhone screen by myself.
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Rispondi a "Chromebook cannot connect to Wi-Fi"Step 1: Check if Wi-Fi is connected First of all, you have to turn on your Chromebook. And then, you need to click the status area, and pay attention toWi-Fi icon. If there is a Wi-Fi on sign, it proves your Chromebook is connected to a network and You don’t need to do the next step. If there is a Wi-Fi off icon, it proves your Chromebook cannot connect, and you need to do next step. Step 2: Turn on Wi-Fi and Pick a network and connect First of all, turn on your Wi-Fi, Next, you need to click the Wi-Fi off icon and click No network. Then, you need to click Turn Wi-Fi on… or the Enable Wi-Fi icon Wi-Fi signal off, and your Chromebook will automatically look for available networks and show them to you in a list. After you turn on your Wi-Fi, your Chromebook will look for a network to connect to. Step 3: Check your Wi-Fi signal source If your Wi-Fi still not connected, you need to check your Wi-Fi signal source. Maybe you need to connect the staffs of network company.