Wireless G Desktop Card Connection to BTHome Wireless Router
I am having difficulty maintaining the connection between the wireless card and the router. We spent 3 hours with BT attempting to configure the system but each time we rebooted the system we lodt the connection if we had one at all.
The indications are that there is a full 54Mbs connection but no access through the router to the internet.
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Re: Wireless G Desktop Card Connection to BTHome Wireless...
Uninstall the bt desk top help first then the bt wireless connection , if ur wireless card has an utility use it to configure . the connection might be due the conflict between the wireless software. checked if ur getting limited or no connectivty if so delte and recreate the wireless profile, if ur using bt router like home hub or voyager go the router page with the ip for hub its 192.168.1.245 and navigate to advance and keep the wireless channel to 9 or 11 for voyager the its 126.96.36.199
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With a broadband connection you will need a wireless router (you will connect your broadband modem to the router) a wireless adaptor for every computer you want to be wireless. If you have a desktop you can either add a pci wireless card (you will need to open your pc and insert the card in a pci slot) or you can use a usb wireless adaptor.
yesinstall a wireless card in your pc and connect to the router and run the network setup wizard on your pc and choose the option that your computer is connected to the internet and all other computers connect to the net through your pc. then you should be able to use the internet connection while you are connected.
Major note though. The wireless router should NOT be using 192.168.0.1 as its IP address if it is it wont workchange the LAN ip address of the router to 192.168.1.1 instead
hi.. it has been seen that due to some reason the wep key doesnot work... u can try changing the key type to WPA instead of WEP... go to the router page and change the security type to WPA instead of WEP.. 1 more thing in vista you can use the windows utility only...how come is it possible that you are using the card utility as well..i suggest you to disable the card utility and just use the windows default utility.. vedhick.....let me know if u need steps to change the security type to WPA..
Check to see if your wireless card is displayed under “Network Adaptors” in “Device Manager”. You can access the "Device Manager" by going to the 'Control Panel", "Administrative Tools", "Computer Management" and select "Device Manager" located in the left side column. If it is detected and there are no alerts or errors, try uninstalling the wi-fi card, reboot the laptop and reinstall the drivers. Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.