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Wireless card unable to connect to network

I used this wirless card with windows xp and it worked great, then i upgraded to vista and now it wont work. I've already downloaded all updates for vista and the latest drivers for the wireless card. My interent is working when it is connected to the computer with the ethernet cable. The computer says that the wireless card is working properly and does pick up signal even when not connected with the ethernet, it also seems that the card is working but the problem must be with vista or something. The modem works, the card works, but something else is wrong. My computer is telling me that everything works but yet i cannot connect wirelessly. I need to know if there is something else that i haven't tried that might be of help.

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Http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928233

its a issue with dhcp probly check this out

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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