FurryNutz on August 30, , How much time do I want to put into something that should just WORK, automatically, once you plug in your newly purchased, hi-falutin, Wireless – N Router I have done everything the OP did as well. FurryNutz on September 01, , SP1 does not support it, but there is a Microsoft patch.

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On this page, you would need to click on the Advanced Wireless Settings sub-tab and change the following values. Do you already have an account?

OK, tried Furry’s suggestion and it seems to be working. Message 3 of 4. You should only use no security when setting up or troubleshooting the network. Thirdly, set the configuration view to Manual.

I only testes my wireless with my friends laptop and it connects fine using WPA, w;a2 he has a broadcom wireless bg card.

Laptop can’t connect to wireless router | Tech Support Guy

Wait, sorry, i dont know what the heck i was thinking, sorry. As you can see, it’s a very annoying issue. Discussion in ‘ Networking and Wireless ‘ started by wbooOct 4, In the Actiontec config page, I do have it set to mixed mode access.


I have had no success with the original OEM drivers as well as the Intel updated drivers. Pay it forwardhelp someone else.

IntelĀ® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection

Your cards are different: If it doesn’t help, you can also try changing the Advanced Wireless Settings on the router. The laptop immediately detected and connected to the new wireless network on the Netgear.

I am able to connect fine with WEP and and without encryption. I have worked through D-Link Tech support on the phone 2 times now and still cannot connect this laptop to this router. Is there another driver to give me this option?

SP3 updated/disabled Intel (R) Pro/wireless BG connection

Release Notes Related Drivers 5. Message Edited by Cin-cin on Waiting for the network Tried to install XP SP3 but installation failed – error logs seem to point to problems with files from Dr Watson which was previously 2 years removed from PC – system tried to restore – unsuccessfull – I appear at this point to have restored my PC to something that will work, but cannot connect to my wireless connection.


From the driver you specified, it appears that you are running XP. Not apa2 IT pro? So, it is not a hardware compatibility issue it is a Windows XP driver issue for this wireless card. John Message Edited by DarkDream on Sorry, I should have said that it’s showing up as an ‘n’ mode network in xirrus. Aren’t computers supposed to be getting MORE user friendly.

Message Edited by Robotus on Uncle Dano Level 1 Member Posts: Message 2 of 4. Robin, thanks for your reply. Saturday, October 20, 2: Signal is strong and steady Get tech support here.