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Card only connects for a few seconds then disconnects

Wireless router that is for WPA-PSK TKIP
I can load up one web page then I get the error: Limited or no connectivity. Invalid IP address.

I've hit the "repair" button to reset it and it works for one more web page then it starts all over again.

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  • camoran Dec 08, 2008

    AR5007EG chipset
    problem : limited or no connectivity when the wireless network has encryption (WEP, WAP). (I did provide the appropriate key)

    Connecting to unsecure access points is not an issue. I already have upgraded the driver w/o sucess.


  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    i have installed my belkin wireless card but it keeps trying to connect then it just disconnect it connects for a couple of seconds then disconnects

  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2009

    when i connect it says i need a wpa key.i have it but it still don't work.wat up with it?

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I was able to solve my problem. There was an issue with the passphrase not properly translated. An answer for this can be found here

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

  • camoran Dec 11, 2008

    link didnt work in previous posting


    http://www.motherboardpoint.com/t36329-h...

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Start-> Run -> CMD [Enter]
ipconfig [enter]

list this information...

Try switching the key to WPA-PSK WPA2-PSK TKIP/AES which will allow for the usage of either types of encryption protocols, hence more chance for a successful connection. The repair feature in windows hardly ever works and all it does usually is:
ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew

But if nothing else works you could try resetting winsock in a cmd prompt:
netsh winsock reset [enter] [restart]

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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