Question about IBM ThinkPad T42 Notebook
I´ve got a T42 with an Intel PRO/wireless 2200BG network adapter. I´ve set up an ad-hoc network. When I switch on the laptop it says "wireless networks found" Using Intel to manage the wifi. Screen shows the available networks. I choose the ad-hoc one and click connect but it just says Unable to connect to XXXXX.
I know the wifi works because I was using it in the UK and connected easily to a wifi router at a friends house but since I came to Spain and started the ad-hoc system - nothing! I also know the ad-hoc system works because I had it going between the main computer and an old desktop just to prove it worked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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