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Can't connect to wireless network


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#1 *peter79*

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 01:21 AM

I recently had a new motherboard & hard drive put into my PC, and since then I cannot connect to the wireless network.

Have tried setting up a new wireless connection in "network places", but can't see it after I set it up.

Tried managing the wireless connection using Windows Wireless Zero Configurations (which is started and set to automatic), but I can't find it.

Also I tried downloading the drivers for the D-Link USB Dongle DWL-G122, but they're not working.

The device manager shows:
-Network Adapters
--Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller
-Other devices [THIS HAS A YELLOW EXCLAMATION MARK]
--802.11 bg WLAN [THIS HAS A YELLOW EXCLAMATION MARK]

Could anybody help with this? :thumbsup:

Thanks!

System specs:
HP Pavilion PC
AMD Sempron 140 Processor
2.71 GHz, 2.00 GB RAM
XP Pro Version 2002, SP2

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 01:10 AM

Your problem is the yellow flag on your 802.11 bg WLAN network adapter. If you double click on the adapter or select properties for it whatdoes it say about it?




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