Power outage and roomie didn't know better, and I wasn't there to stop him. Reset button on the back of my router was hit. I cannot connect to the net wirelessly in my home, despite having a direct connection to the router, and properly set up a 64-bit WEP key (I've had problems in the past with picking up signals if they encryption is set to 128-bit, and I've settled for "some is better than none").
Forgive me if I used the word wrong.
Cable modem -> Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO router -> macbook (cabled to router), Vista desktop (cabled to router), XP SP3 machine (wireless)
XP machine has a Belkin Wireless G Desktop Card in it.
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It was a real simple setup I had working before, but it's been so long since I had to set it up that I've forgotten what I did to get it working in the first place. Suggestions, tips?
Edited by Pandy, 31 July 2010 - 12:19 AM.
Moved from External Harware to Networking at the request of the OP ~Pandy