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My PC is running Windows 8.1 and has the Canon software installed. It is hard wire connected to my U-Verse router. I can wirelessly connect any of a number of devices to this network, but not my Canon PowerShot SX620 HS camera. I follow the instructions, the camera sees my U-Verse network, I enter the password, and the camera responds "Connection Failed". So, I am not even getting to my PC since I can't wirelessly connect to my U-Verse network.
I am well aware that I can use a USB cable to connect the camera to my PC - as I did with my earlier Canon camera - but the wi-fi capability is part of what I paid extra for when purchasing this camera.
That is correct. Note that I don't even get to see my PC from the camera because I can't log into my U-Verse network from it. I have no problem, however, logging into my U-Verse network wirelessly from laptop computers.
Check your security settings for your wireless access point. The behavior you describe is consistent with their being a list of approved MAC addresses that can connect, while all olthers are ignored and rejected.