Question about Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11g/b
I know this problem has already been listed here...but I have tried the different solutions posted with no change. Initiall it does connect for a few minutes but then disconnects. I can repair it twice and then just becomes disable although it still picks up signal for diff. networks including mine. PLEASE HELP!
I found the SOLUTION!!!!!! you have to disable the packet scheduler on the multiport in order for it to work. Go o device manager once you disable the device the view hidden devices, then disable the packet scheduler and then FN key plus F2 or enable the wlan multi port and your done. Do no enable the packet scheduler, leave it disabled
Posted on Aug 08, 2012
This IS the solution: Set it to use 802.11b _ONLY_ Do this in Windows: Start->Settings->Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager->Network adapters->Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection->Advanced->Wireless Mode = 802.11b only Driver version: 9.04.36 (04.04.2007) PROset/Wireless Software: not installed OS: Windows XP
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
Every time you click repair on windows the ip address of your network card is changed from your originally set one to something similair to 194.168.x.x, obviously your router will not see your pc after this. You need to connect to your router via an RJ45 lan cable to ensure it is set up properly and enter the settings menu and make sure dhcp is enabled to give the pc an automatic ip address and check that the time out is set at zero, also check your MTU, it should be set at 1493 or 1500, obviously make sure your network card is set to obtain an ip address in the TCP/IP properties. just a few things that can be checked, firstly in the routers settings look at the transfer speed of the router(not the connection speed) and see if it's set at 108MBPS, if so your wireless network cards on your pc may only be able to connect at a maximum speed of 54MBPS, unless you have the latest 108 or 125MBPS g type cards. Secondly you should be able to check the wireless signal strength by the icon in your task bar or software you use, as if you have thick walls or objects in the line of the signal from router to pc's, the strength drops and can read low and therefore cause you to lose internet connection entirely. You can also try changing the channel at which the router runs, normally this is channel 6, but trying channel 11, which is the farthest away from appliance interference may give you better results, but both router and network card channel numbers will have to be changed. Lastly if you have the software that came with the wireless card, dissable it by right clicking the pc network icons in your taskbar and click on enable WZC (Wireless Zero Configuration), as this is a more stable connection to your router and its transfer speed.
Posted on May 25, 2007
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