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#1 cap2587

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Posted 13 August 2009 - 07:10 PM

I was trying to help a friend with a wireless connection problem with her HP Laptop (running Vista). Their wireless SSID name was showing up, but when I went to connect it just wasn't working. I tried to diagnose the problem, but that didn't work. Tried to turn off the modem, router, computer and start again, but failed. It is a netgear WTG624 V3 Router. I wasn't able to get into the router by using the default IP address 192.168.0.1. What exactly is the HP wireless assistant suppose to do? Does that need to be turned off if I am trying to connect through the windows wireless configuration. What exactly is TCP/IP over netbios as it was saying that was disabled under the ipconfig /all. Can someone give me any ideas what the problem could be or the steps to have this laptop connect wireless. Appreciate it.

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