Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)

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Cannot connect to my network

I have the 1310 Router and I am connected perfectly with my desktop computer, my other desktop that I installed the D-link DA-1320 wireless adapter can connect to another persons wireless network but although mine shows available it says "windows unable to connect, the network maybe to far out of range, please refresh and try again". It has sometimes 3-5 bars while the other one is one bar. What is wrong?

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  • legolott Sep 02, 2008

    i am having the same problem. my laptop will find and connect to my neighbors unconnected network but not mine, even when it shows three bars.

  • 2189 Oct 20, 2008

    I forgot my password.

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If it happens to be a Dell, I think they have a specific configuration or something that has to be changed. For that I'm pretty sure you have to contact Dell, or look on their website.
The way that some routers are set up you have to have a certain pass phrase to access the wireless connection. And make sure, by opening the wireless network monitor, the icon should be in the lower right hand corner by the clock. That you are connecting to the correct user account on the router. Some router configurations require a different user account for each wireless device connecting to it. Or the computer trying to connect you may have to manually select from that menu in the wireless network monitor..

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