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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wireless connection problems
Yes!! I finally have a solution. On my wireless Acer Aspire 5720z. (From vista to XP) What I do? Ok. I download the vista-126.96.36.199-whql from the .ck page. With this one the Acer recognice the wireless but have problem with the installed driver. Then I download the xp32-188.8.131.52-whql, go to My Computer rigth click to properties, hardware tap, Click devive manager, on network adapter right click, Update driver and update with the xp32-184.108.40.206. That is all. Sorry for my bad English. Puerto Rico lo hace mejor!!!! Maury
Si finalmente encontre como resolver el problema de wireless the mi maquina Acer Aspire 5720Z. (de Vista a XP) que fue lo que hice. Fuy a la paguina que algunos hablan .ck y baje el programa comprimido vista-220.127.116.11-whql con este ella pudo ver el wireless pero tenia problemas con el driver entonces baje el xp32-18.104.22.168 le di update al driver y resuelto el problema. Gracias a todos los que alludaron de alguna manera o otra!!!
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
There are some things you might try.
The Belkin card will come with third party software you can disable this utility by right clicking on the icon in the Taskbar and choosing "Use Windows Zero Configuration".
Then you will need to go into Control Panel >> Administrative Tools >> Services >> Wireless Zero Configuration >> Right click and check that the service is starting automatically >> click on Start >> Apply - that should then detect your wireless network and the internet.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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
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.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Perhaps, it just needed a new IP address. Simply rebooting the computer and resetting the IP Address of the computer took care of the issue.
That sounds like symptoms of Manufacturer & Windows drivers conflicting. Try uninstall the Manufacturer Drivers and let the windows ones do the work, and see how that goes down.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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