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Will not connect to my network. PC sees my

Will not connect to my network. PC sees my network- signal strength = very good 4 bars, asks for keycode, attempts to connect but times out. using a linksys system. both computers are pcs using xp.

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I'm having the same problem...just got a new wireless N router and now my DWL-G510 won't connect. I'm logged into the router and it's set to WPA2 and I have the correct passwords and there is not MAC address filtering enabled. I even tried configuring the PC's IP address manually, and it still wouldn't work. I'm quite confused as to why this won't work, and I think there may be a problem with the router.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

  • akigandler Feb 06, 2010

    and by "problem with the router" I meant with the wireless card

  • akigandler Feb 06, 2010

    Ah...found it!

    I think that with XP service pack 3, it caused a problem with the wireless card driver.

    I just installed the latest driver, and it connected for me without a problem. Here's a link to the driver:
    http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=DWL-G...

    Hope this helps!


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Have you manually entered the key code? did you add the device to your routers system?

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Weird. Did they wrap your entire house in metallic foil, to "block" signals from the cell-phone tower to reach inside your house, to your phones?

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