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You are not able to pick up your neighbor's network can be due to various reasons. 1) Check if the adapter has been installed properly. Check the device status in the device manager. It should say "This device is working properly" 2) The distance might be too much for you to receive the wireless signals. 3) Might be having any other wireless devices like a cordless phone near your computer which may cause interference. 4) Your neighbor's wireless router might be transmitting signals in 802.11a or 802.11n standards which is not compatible with Zonet 1605 adapter. 5) Your neighbor would have password protected his wireless network to avoid illegal use of his internet. These days there is more importance given for wireless security.
Please log into the admin panel of the Wireless router and see it the option for Broadcast has been enabled. If not check the box, save the settings and reload the router. You will then see the name being broadcasted.
Remove the neighbor's network from the preferred network list. add your own network in the list. If your router is old router then upgrade the firmware of the router. Firmware is the software of the router. You have connected your laptop to the router, to secure the wireless network. When you connect the laptop to the router, make sure that the wireless network connection will be disabled. Once you change the wireless settings, enable the wireless connection and connect to your network.
on the asus in the tool bar right click the wireless icon then choose view wireless a netwrok should appear then choose connect
if no networks appear on same page click to refresh network list once you have a network then click to connect.
I think the problem is diue to interference as you said you live in an apartment.
You can get a better router system or have someone come in and configure the one you have and make it a secure connection with password
Do you perhaps have both Windows Wireless Zero Configuration and the wireless configuration utility that is supplied by the mfr of your computer's wireless interface running at the same time?
there are many cases of people accidentally connecting to the wrong network because both neighbors used default settings on their equipment. It is a very good idea to secure your network, both to discourage the casual wardriver (who will likely just move to an unsecured system) and to prevent accidental use by a neighbor
Also, make sure that you set your network as the default and disable the "automatically connect to non preffered networks" (or something worded similar to that.
try power off/on and then reset hold the reset in for at least 10sec - holding it in for 1-2sec is the same as power off - but i would still physically remove the power for at least 30secs
remove all the lan cables - just plug in the one PC you use
then hold the reset for 10secs
192.168.0.1 - is the default login - so should work now - if not the router is faulty
whats the status of all the lights on the router