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your computer to a wireless router, you click the Refresh network
list, then Choose your wireless network and then click Connect
to your secured Wireless Network, it will asks for a Network Key
before allowing you to connect into your wireless network. This Network
Key is either the WEP, or WPA or WPA2 Encryption key that is configured in
the Wireless settings in the Router. The Passphrase is an alternate way
to setup the Encryption key.
When you are requested for a Network Key, you can just enter the Passphrase or WPA or WPA2 key that was used to configure the Encryption key in the wireless router.
For information on securing your wireless network, configuring the wireless router and configuring the wireless card in the laptop/computer, please click on this link and follow my instructions :-
Posted on May 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wireless network problem
go into ur wireless network properties.click internet protocol.check settings .if obtain ip auto is checked.connect to the unsecured network to obtain details..ip,gateway , dns etc.
disconnect go back to wireless properties and select use the following ip/dns in internet protocol and type in the details..this will get u connected..once connected left click on connected icon in sys tray and select repair this should make changes to ip and dns..it may change it may not ..if not it doesnt need to.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
if you're using windows XP then you need to start the Wireless Zero Configuration. just click on the start button and choose run then type in services.msc in the run box and click on ok. in the services window just look for Wireless Zero Configuration, it's at the bottom part of the list. just double click it and under the General tab you'll see a box for the Start up type, just set it to Automatic and then on the Service status click Start and then Ok button. once you finish this, you will be able to see the Wireless network tab to be able to select the "use windows to configure my network". in case you're using vista, that option is actually not available as it automatically starts the windows wireless manager and only conflicts if there is a third party software/ wireless manager installed in your computer.
hope this helps...
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks -- that solved the problem !"
Right under screen there should be a button, or the f8 key I think is another one. You can also search you computer for Wireless Assistant which will turn it on for you.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
Perhaps, it just needed a new IP address. Simply rebooting the computer and resetting the IP Address of the computer took care of the issue.
That sounds like symptoms of Manufacturer & Windows drivers conflicting. Try uninstall the Manufacturer Drivers and let the windows ones do the work, and see how that goes down.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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