Question about Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook
My Dell Inspiron B130 will not connect to a secure WPA or WPE wireless network. It connects just fine to the same network if there are no security settings. Any ideas on how I can get it connect if I secure the network?
Try setting the password at WPA2 (if you can). Mix a word with some numbers for the password. Then power-cycle (unplug for 5-15 min. then plug back in) your router and restart your computer. Now, try to reconnect. If that doesn't work try updating your WLAN driver for your computer.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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