Question about Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection (WM3945AGMW1WB)
The network is functioning correctly with 2 other PCs one of which is on Windows XP Pro & both using wireless cards. New PC has built-in wireless and although the signal shows as available, and Windows XP Media Center attempts to connect, the error message "unable to connect" is returned. Have tried entering the network's set-up details manually to the list of preferred networks without success.
I am new plzz e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org i have download the wep pro and when i exact it to the desk top i have an error that says (virus found) i make it to my net cafe and i dont want to have a problem if u can help me plzz mail me. TY
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
If your system is encrypted you will need to set it up in xp before you open the media centre as if i remember there is no option to enter a password for WEP. Just open the network card properties and select the TCP/IP line then properties ans select obtain ip address automatically. Then when network is detected enter the WEP password numbers.
Posted on Mar 05, 2007
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