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Wireless Network Protocol Problems

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I am installing a wireless card in my Windows ME computer. It is a TRENDnet TEW-423PI.
The drivers were all installed correctly- or so it seems. The wireless signal application works properly, connects to my home network, and also displays a signal strength from 80 - 90%.

The problem is in my "Network Properties." There is no Protocol for TCP/IP for this wireless card. There is a hardware one though.

Without the protocol, I can't connect with any internet applications.

I have tried reinstalling, and manually assigning a TCP/IP Protocol. When I try to do this, I navigate to the files on the installation disk that came with the package, but none of the .inf files load, leading me to believe they do not correspond to the task I am trying to accomplish.

Any and all help would be appreciated. If you need more information, I would be happy to give it to you.

Thanks in advance! You guys really know what you're doing.


Edited by MGritts22, 01 March 2006 - 03:57 PM.

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