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Cannot Detect Home Wifi Access Point

My phone cannot detect my home access point on Belkin N Wireless Router. The router was set using WPA-Personal TKIP Security key; 6 Wireless Channels; Bandwith 20 Mhz; Broadcast SSID; Protected Mode off; 802.11e/WMM QoS On; and Wireless Mode 802.11b,g&n. It was detected on laptops and my Nokia N95. Please advise. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Cannot Detect Home Wifi Access Point

What he means is:
Go to the start menu in your PC/Laptop and click Run.
Type regedit in the box and press enter.
When the regeditor pops up, in the left pane click
then open these by using the + boxes
Comm, then TNETWLN1, then Parms

If they are all there, in the right hand pane you should see the other bits:
HTCPreloaded status" =dword:0000001
'HTCPreloaded wifi" =dword:0000001

If they are there you need to change them to look like the ones he posted. To change them you right click on them and click Modify. When you have changed them to match, click OK and exit regedit.

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