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Wireless network connection, Intel (r) pro/wireless 2200bg says not connected. How do I get it to say connected? I have disabled it and then enabled it and to my surprise it still says not connected- How can this be?

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  • notconnected Feb 20, 2008

    Thanks, I did exactly what you recommended and my internal client adaptor finally changed to connected but for only 30 seconds or so. It would appear that turning my modem and laptop off and then on again connection was much better but not consistent or as good as before. After calling tech support and explaining all of the above, they checked all my modem settings and those Wireless Network Connection settings under properties you suggested and concluded all is functioning as it should. Lastly they told me to right click wireless network connection then click view available networks which in my case should have shown SpeedStream5603 but to our surprise it was blank...i.e no net works were detected. At this point the technician advised that my modem is intermidently defective and has ordered me a new modem. Thanks for your most valuable input...

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Very very thanks tom :)
This was very helpful to me

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  • binojnetwork Jul 22, 2010

    Very very thanks Tom.. :)
    This was very helpful to me....



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Try these first:

Make sure that the wep password is correct.

change channels to 1-6-or 11.

check is to make sure you are NOT using "IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network."

You can find at setting under "Wireless Network Connection Properties" and then under "Authentication" tab of your network properties.

This particular authentication method is periodically logging you off the network and re-authenticating.

Check the adapter in device manager to make sure that windows is not shutting the adapter down to save power.

Cordless phonesWireless network connection - 1.gif and wireless ethernet cards use overlapping frequencies.As a test, you can unplug the AC cords from all the cordless phones in the area and see if it helps.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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    Thomas Christopher Mar 08, 2008

    you are welcome, thanks for the update

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