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Check your router is accepting backward compatible connections of 802.11b, as it may be set at 802.11g only especially if it's a 108 or 125mbps router as your laptop will only be 54mpbs and not see the router at all. Sometimes you have to dissable then re enable the wireless network adapter or refresh it for it to do a new search of networks.

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reset the modem and the wireless router by powering them off for 30-60 seconds, then plug power back in. Wait a minute or so for the devices to reset then go to the PC and try to connect again

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Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Wont connect to belkin 54g with wpa security applied

Please try using Wireless 'G' mode only in the router. Also, try using 'TKIP' and not TKIP+AES for encryption.

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Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Dell laptop with wireless card unable to connect to network

The specs for the Dell Inspiron 6000 with the Intel PRO/Wireless card are list as 802.11b or 802.11g while the router you bought uses 802.11n.

Your best bet at this point would be to either return the linksys router and get an 802.11g model which is slower than 802.11n, but will be supported by your laptop. Or you can buy a 802.11n wireless adapter for your laptop to connect to your new router. Either way the rules of wireless are you need your device and router to be speaking the same wireless standard. So, pick 802.11n or 802.11g and stick with that standard for your gear.

Good luck!

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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I recently replaced my old Belkin N150 Wireless Router with a new Cisco E3200 Wireless Router. After doing so, all of my wireless devices work (9 total) EXCEPT for my (2) Acer Aspire One Netbooks. The...


Remove and recreate the wireless network connection
  1. Click on Start, and then Control Panel
  2. Double click on Network Connections
  3. Right-click the wireless network connection, and click Properties
  4. Click the Wireless Networks tab
  5. Under Preferred networks, click the wireless network, and then click Remove
  6. Click View Wireless Networks
  7. Under Network Tasks, click Refresh Network List
  8. Under Choose a wireless network, click the wireless network that you want to connect to, and then click Connect
In Windows, there is a power mode setting for the wireless driver that may help this issue. Follow the instructions below.
  1. Go to Control Panel, System, click the Hardware tab and select Device Manager.
  2. Click the + next to Network Adapters and double click on the wireless network adapter.
  3. Click on the Advanced tab, select Power Save Mode from the list on the left.
  4. Change the Value on the right to Off.
    The default setting is Maximum, which may cause issues similar to those described.
Check to see if this has resolved the connectivity issue. If it has not, the following steps may need to be completed.
  1. Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel
  2. Double click Network Connections
  3. Right-click your wireless network connection, and click Properties
  4. Click the Wireless Networks tab
  5. Under Preferred networks, click the wireless network, and click Properties
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= The Belkin Router Utility Might Not have Been Installed Properly.

> To Get Rid of this Issue 1st of all Disable or Uninstall Belkin Router Utility.

- Goto Start > Control Panel > Uninstall Programs

- Select Belkin Router Manager Utility & Uninstall It.

> Now you Have to Remove preferred Networks & Join the wireless Network.

Steps to Remove Preferred Network & Joining the Network

- Windows XP

- Goto Start > Control Panel > Network Connections > Right Click on Wireless Network Connection > Click on Properties > Select Wireless Networks Tab > Under Preferred Networks Box > Select your Wireless Network Name & Click on Remove Button. Close the window

- Right Click on Wireless Network Connection & Click on View Available wireless Networks.


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- Wireless Network Connection window will appear. Select the network you wish to connect and click Connect. It will ask you For a Network Key Type in your Password.

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> Windows Vista & Windows 7


- Go to Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Click on Manage wireless networks Right click on your wireless Network > Click on Remove Network .


> Connecting to a Wireless Network.

- Goto Network & Sharing Center Click Connect to

- Select your wireless network & click Connect


- It will ask you For a Security Key Type in your Password.


( If you are unable to go online you can try power cycling the router for about 15 seconds. If Even Power cycling doesn't work that means you have to disable WPS option on the Belkin router)

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There is a great article at Working with Windows Wireless Networks
If you need more help post back! Thumbs and testimonial are welcome!

There a great article at General Router Setup.
If you need more help post back!
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if it still fails than login to your router and change wireless settings

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Removed the preferred networks

In Vista :

Start -Control panel - Network and internet - network and sharing center - on the left Manage wireless networks - right click on your network - select remove

In XP

Start - control panel - network and internet connections - network connections - right click on wireless network connection - properties - click on the wireless networks tab l under preferred networks click on your network and select remove

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This type of error message appear when we are trying to connect to the wireless network.
For Windows(xp) perform the following steps:-
a)click on start menu and then go to control panel and then open network connections from there.
b)Under network connections an option for wireless connection exist , right click on that option and then click on properties.
c)Under wireless network connection properties there are three tabs general , wireless network and advanced.
d)Left click on wireless network tab and check the box which says use windows to configure my wireless setting's and click OK at the bottom.
e)Then , Right click again on wireless network connection and click properties and then again click on wireless network tab.
f)At the bottom of the wireless network tab you will have preferred networks and in that small box yo will have list of networks and therefore delete all of them from there including the one you are trying to connect to.
g)On the right hand side of preferred networks you will have ADD click on that option and enter the details of your network manually.
SSID(name of the network)
Network Authentication:-Open if the security is WEP else WPA-Personal.
Encryption:-WEP for wep security TKIP/AES for WPA-PSK.
Network key/Confirm network key:-is the wep key or wpa-psk password.
Untick the box at the bottom that says the key is provided to me automatically.
Click OK at the bottom and close the properties window.
h)Then , Right click again on wireless network connection and then left click on view available wireless network.
i)List of available networks will be there , select the network you use and try connecting to it , it will get connected automatically.

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Did you check if your SSID is broadcasted? If not, you won't see it in "Available Networks".
Check your wireless settings on your laptop:
  1. Double-click the little wireless icon in the tray bar. (If you don't have the icon displayed, you have to go to start -> Control Panel -> Network Connections and Double-click your wireless connection there)
  2. Go to Properties
  3. Choose the tab Wireless Networks
  4. Double-click on your network from the list
  5. Make sure the box Connect even if this network is not broadcasting is checked.
  6. Click OK until all the windows are closed.
If you have any more questions or this did not fix the problem, just come back here and leave a comment. Then we look into your router. Let me know - I'm happy to help.

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Hello, make sure that you have downloaded the latest drivers for the Belkin F5D7000 from the website... (http://www.belkin.com/support/article/?lid=en&aid=6001) after you have done this you can try to reset the adapter.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc758424.aspx

If nothing else works you can try uninstalling any 3rd party belkin software that came with the unit and only use the drivers from the website and let windows controll the Access points.

Last ditch effort:
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