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Old Feb 10, 2005, 12:30 AM
marimo marimo is offline
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Default Cannot connect to Wireless Network after BSOD

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Hi, I'm having some issues with my wireless network. Today after installing AOL instant messenger and leaving the computer on for about 10 min. I got a BSOD, so I figured it was AOL, so I removed it, but now I cannot connect to my wireless network, I'm on a laptop by the way. When I insert my network card (802.11g Linksys Wireless-G Notebook adapter model: WPC54G ver1.2) I get the wireless icon on my system tray with a red X on it, and after a few seconds I get a balloon that says: "Wireless networks detected. One or more wireless networks are in range of this computer. To see the list and connect, click this message." So I click it, but when the new window comes up where the wireless network should be listed, I get: "No Wireless networks in range. Make sure the wireless switch on your computer is on. To see an updated list, click "Refresh network list." So I hit Refresh, and I get the same message.

I already tried turning off and on the router, (BEFW11S4 Wireless access point router with 4 port switch) resetting it to its factory settings, uninstalling my network card and installing it again, I already downloaded and installed the latest drivers from Linksys website, but no luck. I have no clue of what could be wrong. Well, if I use the utility that came with the drivers, I am able to connect to the network but just for about 10 sec. then it dies and I am not able to connect again, only if I remove and insert the card again, but just for about 10 more sec.

Any ideas?

Thanks.
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Old Feb 10, 2005, 12:46 AM
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Well, I guess I should've waited a bit longer before posting, but anyway.

I got if fixed, for anyone that's curious or has the same/similar problem, this is what I did:

Control Panel --> Network Connections, right click on the wireless conection and choose properties. Hit the "Wireless Networks" tab and unticked the first option: "Use windows to configure my wireless network settings", click OK, and connect using the software that came with the drivers.

Looks like windows was messing up....what a surprise.

Thanks anyway.
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