Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
To connect to the router wirelessly using a Windows XP, right click on the wireless network connection icon on the lower right corner of the screen and choose view available wireless networks. Select your existing network and click on the connect button. If you are using Vista, go to network and sharing center of your control panel then select connect to a network. If you still having problems, please provide details of the problem like your Internet service provider and if there are already other computers online with your WRT54G2.
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I am using XP Pro, does that make a difference? My internet provider is Verizon, the only other computer going through my wireless router is my desk top and that is working fine. I connected my router directly to my laptop and the internet worked just fine. I also went to McDonalds by my house that has wi fi and the laptop connected to the internet there
There are two sets of computers down on the right hand corner with red X's across them the first set of computers with a red X says wireless connection 2 wireless connection unavailable, the second set of computers with a red x says Local area Connection a network cable is unplugged.
I checked the network cables twice and even switched them out, they fit tight also my desktop is working fine through the router so I can't have a cable unplugged.
any help would be greatly appreciated
Try to delete all the prefered networks. Right-Click Wireless Network Connection, View Available Wireless Networks. Click on Change the Order of Prefered Networks. Remove all prefered networks there and click OK. Now try to View the available wireless networks again, reconnect to your own wireless network and see if it connects fine. Post your feedback.
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