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Wireless networking with windows xp home adition

Can i connect 2 xp computers with wireless network cards that i am using to connect to the internet?

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Yes you can connect.

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Wireless card does not connect to Linksys router, all other computers have no issues. I have a Toshiba M55-S331 with Intell Pro 2200 BG wireless card

Check the Following

1) Wireless Switch of the Laptop is off (Wifi is Off)
it is located somewhere on the edge of the laptops
or Fn+F2 might turn the switch ON and OFF
2) The setting required to configure wireless connection

Check the following steps

Windows XP
1. Click on the Start Menu, and click on Control Panel.
2.Find and double-click “Network Connections” to open up the list ofconnections that your 3. computer uses to connect to the internet.
4. Right click “Wireless Network Connection” and select “Properties”.
5. Go to the “Wireless Networks” Tab
6. Check “Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings”, if it isn't already.
7. Click “Add” to add a wireless profile.
* Enter in the Network name (SSID). (It was your desired SSID from Step 6 ).
* Uncheck the box “The key is provided for me automatically”.
* Put in the “Key 1” code from Step 7 into “Network key” and “Confirm network key”.
* Push “OK”
# Open Internet Explorer (with the computer connected to the Router)
# Enter into the Address Bar, push Enter
# Leave the User Name field blank
# Under the password field enter “admin”
# Click “OK”

# Click “Wireless”
# Click “Basic Wireless Settings”
# Enter a desired name into the “Wireless Network Name (SSID)” field
# Write down your Wireless Network SSID, it will be used for later.
# Click “Save Settings”

For WEP:

* Click “Wireless”
* Click “Wireless Security”
* Select “WEP” in the “Security Mode” field
* Bubble “1” under the “Default Transmit Key” field
* Select “128 bits 26 hex digits”
* Enter a desired passphrase into the “Passphrase” field
* Click “Generate”
* Carefully write down the code generated in the “Key 1” field onpaper, and store it in a safe place. THIS IS YOUR WEP KEY, it will beneeded later on.
* Click “Save Settings”

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My wireless adapter does not detect any reception from the router. i have another laptop at home that could easily detect reception from the router. what should i do?

since the laptop is connecting to the router and is having the internet access as well then clearly the problem is with the adapter or with the pc using the adapter.

Following steps can be considered :-
1)If the PC is using OS as windows XP then , click on start menu and then go to control panel and then open network connections from there.
2)Under network connections an option for wireless connection exist , right click on that option and then click on properties.
3)Under wireless network connection properties there are three tabs general , wireless network and advanced.
4)Left click on wireless network tab and check the box which says use windows to configure my wireless setting's and click OK at the bottom.
5)Then , Right click again on wireless network connection and then left click on view available wireless network.
6)List of available networks will be there , select the network you use and try connecting to it , if it gets connected then the internet access will be there.

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I have 2 PC in local network via LAN. One of this PC1 use D-link DWL-G122 wireless g usb adapter connected to other wireless network. Can i get funcional internet on PC2, using this other wireless...

yes, from the network connections page right click on the network card that you use to connect to the internet. select properties. go to the advanced tab and enable network connection sharing. (it will say something similar to "share my internet connection with other computers on the network" varies slightly with diferent versions of windows)

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Lost wireless connection and yet it works with other computers... do I have an on/off switch on a Gateway 600y?

To turn the wireless emitter on or off in Windows XP:
1 Click Start, then click Control Panel. The Control Panel window opens. If your
Control Panel is in Category View, click Network and Internet Connections.
The Network and Internet Connections window opens.
2 Click/Double-click Network Connections. The Network Connections window
3 Right-click Wireless Network Connection, then click Enable to turn on the
wireless emitter or click Disable to turn off the wireless emitter.

Aug 17, 2009 | Gateway Network & Wireless Adapters

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Linksys wireless-g wmp54g cannot access internet

Solution- For windows XP
#1--On your computer in the right lower corner you will a green icon for linksys adaptor --
Right click on linksys icon- select option "use windows wireless configurastion --- Select Yes ---
Green box turn Grey --
#2-- Start - Control Panel-Network Connections ---
Rigfht Click on wireless network connection- Selct View Available wireless network - Here you can see your network --

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If don't have the windows instalation disk then don't use windows use Puppy linux free live cd
with this os you can network, go on the internet an alot more

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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

Dec 17, 2007 | Network & Wireless Adapters

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Try to setup home wireless network to share two home computer

Connect the home wireless network router box to the main PC through an ethernet cable with the PC powered off and the home wireless router powered off, then power on the PC & the router. Vista should locate the new wireless network and follow the windows vista network setup procedures. After the wireless network has been detected you then while the second PC's power is shut off you connect dongle adapter to the PC power on and XP will locate the new adapter. You will probably have to enter your networks pin for the connection.
Get back to me when you complete these steps.
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Connected on Wireless but unable to connect on Internet

If not done allready, setup the lan IP address and default gateway in win98 Click MyComputer-ControlPanel-Network-Double Click TCP/IP Adapter for your 3com device-insert LAN info for IP Adress-subnet mask, Gateway and your Internet service providors DNS Addresses info Tab's (3x different Tabs "IP Adress" "Gateway" "DNS Configuration") IP Adress will be at least one number higher than your gateway address and not allready being used by other PC's on your network and gateway address will same as your router interface address subnet mask will be the same for all PC's on your network. For 3com and Netgear routers LAN setup is usually Gateway = Subnet Mask = IP Adress = alternate number than 10 if allready used by another PC on your network, try to use round numbers, must be a number higher than 1) Once all info is entered click OK (this may trigger a database info update message and task)now your LAN is setup and ready to talk to your network Restart PC and try browsing again. May possibly require reinstallation of the TCP/IP client (you double clicked this to setup your LAN in Win98) or reinstallation of the IIS(Internet Information Services)component found in, Add/Remove Programs-Add/Remove windows components and then try LAN setup again if this does not work first time round

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