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Problems making wireless connection using Intel ProSet Wireless. It doesn't seem to recognize me anymore. When I try to connect I get a popup for General Settings with Profile Name and Wireless Network Name, but can't give a password or create a new profile successfully. Also the connection over the wired internet seems to be quite slow (about 300 kpbs), and not sure if this is typical speed.

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  1. uninstall everything,delete all previous settings files. clean the regestry with a reg cleaner or manually then restart.

         Then try installing it and create new settings. Just before you clean everything, 
         I suggest you take notes of all the values of all the fields so that you can re- create.
          2. get the latest drivers, if you can.


If you still have trouble, go to the vendor.

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