Question about Intel PRO/Wireless 5000 LAN Access Point 802.11a
Check with this tip.
Check if router is working on Net using a Lan cable to connect your PCs and check if you can browse from PC..
If Internet OK check if radio is enabled in your Belkin router.
Then check if your SSID broadcast is enabled in your router.
Check if Router and PCI Wlan adapter are on same WLAN standard A,B, G, or N and disable every security protocol (WEP or WPA)
Define a new SSID name and check if you see your Wlan on PC.
Restore your security as soon as connection established.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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