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There is no reason for brand incompatibility. things you need to check:
what wireless protocol is your card capable of? Most currents cards are B/G capable and some are N. however, if a router is broadcasting N and your card is G your card will not be able to connect. So you need to get them to match. Also, some cards can't connect to a router that's not broadcasting an SSID. If you can't even see the wireless network from your laptop when you scan for existing networks, this could be the reason. If you can see the network but not connect to it, is it asking you for an authentication key? If an authentication key is setup on the router, you'll also need to know what that key is to connect.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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