Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
I've got a Dell Inspiron E1505 and it uses a Dell Wireless 1390 WLAN Mini-Card but I'm having problems logging onto my landlord's wireless network.
She uses an Actiontec DSL Modem with the wireless router in one (GT724WGR). It's a WPA-PSK.
Any time I try to connect to it, my wireless never authenticates.
I've double and triple checked the 'password', so I know that I'm not using the wrong one. There are two other computers connected to it, but they both use a USB wireless thing. Mine is inside my laptop.
I've updated my wireless card's driver and that didn't help the problem.
And I know that my wireless is still working because I was able to log onto my own wireless router. It's a Linksys WRT54GS.
Have you got permission to connect into her Internet using her wireless router?
If so you need to get the WPA encryption key from her to configure your wireless card's encryption to get access.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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