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Remote pc cannot access wireless

I have linksys router and have added additional computer with linksys
wireless usb adapter.Devie MGR shows adapter is working but unable to connect to network. I have wo other computers; one using wireless adapter
(running vista) and one wired directly into router at cable modem.Computer detects network, but unable link on

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  • davidart Mar 15, 2008

    MAin computer attached directly to modem (#1) has XP

    Vista computer (#2) is remote and seems to work fine with wirelss USB. Additional computer (#3) has XP and does not get past logon. It does recognize the network. I may need to reset encryption of router and give two remotes new password rather than run unsecured wireless, if rest is required.

  • Raymond Roque
    Raymond Roque May 11, 2010

    How many wireless computers can connect to your wireless network? Is the vista pc the problem pc?

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You can do a reset on your router. All computers must be must be getting its connection from your router. Your wired computer must be getting an ip address from the router(example is 192.168.1.x). You can then access the router page using your browser by typing the default gateway(example 192.168.x.1). This will take you to the router configuration page. You can set up the wireless network and your wireless network can now support more than 2 wireless computers.

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