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WLG1101 Connection Issue

Installed new WLG-1101 wireless card. Software shows card is talking to the network but network neighborhood shows no connections. Will not connect Using IE 6 either. Using w98se. Workgroup and computer name correct. Winipcfg will not renew connection tried manual isp no luck either. Card is talking just will not connect. Any Ideas?

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You have described the issue pretty well, however, there are some more questions which still need to be asked and we would need to go through a series of troubleshooting steps before ariving at a solution. So, I would suggest - Go to the fixya homepage and click on the free live chat link on the top right corner and whenever you see me online, just initiate a chat with me and we will carry on from there. Cheers

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