Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
First, disable Windows firewall and uninstall all antivirus and antitrojans you have in your computer.
Try to access the network again.
If it's succeed, then you probably found the culprit.
Install again, one by one, testing between installs to find the EXACT culprit.
If it's not succeed, probably the problem is on the configuration of you computer.
Let me know what happened.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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