Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
It says unidentified network
You haven't given us much information to work with, but I'll take a shot.
As suggested by user marked, you can right click on your Wireless Network Connection (WNC) icon and select "Connect/Disconnect". In the window it brings up, make sure you're connecting to the appropriate SSID (network name).
If you are connecting to the right network there are quite a few different things that can be going on. Try the "Diagnose" option from the right click menu on WNC. When it comes back, it should say you have "Limited or no connectivity" Select the option to "Automatically get new IP settings for the network adapter" This should solve the issue.
If the repair option failed, try the "Reset network adapter" option in the Diagnose window. If it is still failing, the next biggest issue would more than likely point to some security software on your machine. If you are running any software firewall or security suite (Norton/360, McAfee, ComputerAssociates, etc) try disabling the firewall functionality as it may be preventing communication between you and your router.
Again, this solution is very broad as there is little information from the poster. Hope this addresses your issue!
Best of luck
Posted on May 11, 2008
So your using vista?
Right click that wireless icon>connect to a network then you will see the available network there if you see your network connect to it.
Posted on May 10, 2008
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