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Wireless Adapter problems

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#1 newagedavey11


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Posted 06 May 2011 - 10:24 AM

Hello all, I am trying to get my TP-Link (TL-WN951N) Wireless Adapter to connect to a inter-office network, I am running Windows XP in a Dell computer. I have downloaded the driver from the CD that came with product, and after doing so, I try to connect with the proper password, and tray icon states that it is acquiring network address, which it does for a couple of minutes, then I get an error message stating "limited or no connectivity". Computer I am trying to connect is about 50 ft away from router, which is a NET GEAR PRO SAFE 802.11G Wireless Access Point. I also tried to use the QSS utiliy but still no luck.Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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