So I just bought the MF275R rocket hub about 2 weeks ago, having no issues with it till today. I've been gone all week so I haven't really touched it. I decided i wanted to start it up and do some gaming so I plugged it in and connected the lan cord to my computer and pushed the power button but it would not turn on. At one point the power icon did turn on for a second but a bit later after that it never came back on. I have tried everything, plugging into different outlets, resetting it, trying to click the wan and power button at the same time. I thought maybe the antennas were the problem because they were really lose so I tightened them but that didn't do anything. I also could not find anything on the Internet about this. I tried disconnecting it, taking the sim out and put it back in again, did not work. Maybe it's the power button that is broken but I do not know. I never did anything to it, only to turn it on. It has only sat on my desk and it was always fine. Another thing is I see my Internet in the Wifi area when you try to connect to wifi and I tried connecting it to but when I do it says no Internet is available. The hub also feels slightly warm. I do not know what to do but if anyone have a idea of what could be wrong, it would be very useful. Maybe the lights or power button burnt out?
Remove the LAN cable and remove the battery to make sure it resets.
Then just try and connect via wifi.
If that works then reconnect lan.
Just a guess.
I have no problems with win 10 and XP but i can't connect to the Hub wifi using win 7 64 bits with any wifi adaptors with WPA or WPA2....it works on an open (unsecured) network though !!!!
I Have tried two different adaptors that work with any of the other OS without problems
I have tried all sorts of fling flang....no success
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Sounds like an odd predicament, I'd definitely be pulling my hair if I had the same issue!
Is this a new Rocket Hub? Is this the first time attempting to connect this particular PC to the wireless or has this always been a problem? Did you try to remove and manually re-add the wireless network? Has anyone else experienced a similar issue?
I'll tag in a few of our Resident Experts for more suggestions. Community, feel free to chime in.
Well.....i just tried to do the same on my old W35
Never tried before because the W35 had 4 Lan plugs
Same thing.....so this is not the Hub
This is a problem related to my Win 7 Pro 64
ah well......i can always use wired Lan on this particular OS
I've seen a buch of people with wifi autentication problems on win 7 64
I've tried all my knowledge....and i have quite a lot
If anybody solve similar problem i would be very happy to know how
You are probably right but i'm loosing my head to find where to ......
i just browsed my entire control panel ......even did some cmd search.....not finding the culprit