Double click that status icon to pull up Wireless Network Connection Status and it shows Connection Status: Validating identity Network: (name of my home network) Duration: (currently at -- yes "connected" for almost 3 hours, but not actually allowing internet connectivity) Speed 54.0 Mbps Signal Strength: 5 bars Activity Packets: Sent 256 Received 3 Sorry if this is over-detailed, (or maybe I've actually given too few details to solve the problem).
Select or manually add in the SSID for the wireless network, then click on Data Encryption option.
If Windows XP supports WPA and WPA2, you will see its options appear in the drop-down list, in addition to usual WEP.
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Sometimes you cannot use the Windows functionality.
Windows XP automatically scans for available wireless networks.
If anyone can help me ASAP, I'd be extremely grateful.
The first thing that I would try is to open your device manager and left click the next to the network adapters tree to expand it.
Find your wireless driver right click select uninstall.
Then reboot your machine upon reboot windows will auto re-install the driver for you.
Laptop: - Dell Latitude D610 - Windows XP Professional Desktop (hooked up to home cable internet provider): - Asus Essentio Series - Windows 7 - has Netgear wireless router to allow home wifi network I've had no problems getting my Android phone or my kids' i Pods to access the wifi service at home, so I expected to easily use my laptop on the wifi network. I haven't used my laptop in a while (and never on home wifi network, only set up a few months ago), usually stays plugged in to ethernet at work.