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Belkin wireless adapter w/Linksys router

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#1 AustinTerry


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Posted 09 November 2009 - 05:42 PM

Hello everyone...

I have an old WIN ME Dell Dimension 4300 that I formatted and installed XP on.

I had an old Belkin wireless G adapter that I put in, and already had a Linksys router on the main computer.

Both computer are in the same room right now, so signal is not a problem.

If I right click in the little Belkin icon on the taskbar, I have 2 options, Available Networks & Open wireless Utility, which both do the same when clicked. (Wireless Utility) No available networks show in the Utility and no place for adding wireless setting.

I can click on the Windows Wireless Network Connection and I can see different networks including mine. I click on mine and then connect, I get a window for my Network Key, I have put in both the paraphase as well as copied an pasted the actual key and it trys to connect, but says "Waiting for network" for a couple minutes and then just ends with no connect.


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