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My bolse bo-n1557 does not access my wifi internet on my windows xp pc

How can you make this wireless sub device do what it's meant for and open the web wirelessly ?

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SOURCE: XP and Vista wireless LAN - computers don't see eachother

Here is an article that should help -- there may be a issue. based on this article the Vista Computer is connected to the internet or ISP's network with a wire.

Ad-hoc networking access point

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SOURCE: No wireless connection

hi, check the wireless settings or reinstall the driver, let me know

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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SOURCE: wireless not picked up by windows

I am having the same problem, I am using HP note book with Vista window and Presario V6000. My wireless network adabter is not working . I download all drivers from HP help webpage , but still it is not working. Any help pls?

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Internal Wireless Adapter for eee 900 device not listed

try Fn+F2 to enable the wireless.

As for the multiple entries in device manager, I'd delete the #2 version

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Wireless connection to internet

Hi,
I just got it all working [new notebook running Vista], connecting to the net via the telkom 5102G - with a PC running XP connecting via LAN.

The 5102G comes ready configured with a network key / code [stuck on the back] so use that to connect to the router - once you've connected it'll come up with limited connectivity.

I then ran the firmware upgrade from http://www.telkomphones.co.za/5102g.htm
To do this, download and unpack the thing. In your browser, go to 10.0.0.2 [for the router config] and click on firmware and follow the instructions.

Once this is done - disconnect and reconnect the vista laptop connection. Open your browser and simply click on tools and uncheck the tickbox alongside "work offline".

I know that sounds ridiculous but that's exactly what I did and I'm surfing fine.

Now... just need to share files and printer and we're 100%.

Hope that helps.

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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