Posted 30 June 2007 - 10:48 AM
One recent issue that I've had with Windows is that it won't automatically connect to a network unless you tell it to - I believe that it was a minor change to the networking stuff that caused this change in behavior.
So, have you clicked on the wireless icon and told it to connect to the network?
Also, troubleshooting network issues is more difficult with security enabled. I generally suggest that you remove the security (TEMPORARILY) while troubleshooting - then restore the security after everything is setup and working well.
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