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New VAIO can't connect wirelessly


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geekako

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I have a new VAIO FJ Notebook. I am having trouble connecting it wirelessly. I already have a BELKIN Router that is working with my other laptop (HP Presario) and it works fine. But my vaio can't connect. It can detect the signal but can't connect. When I view wireless networks available, it can detect my router but when I click connect, it tries to connect but it can't. It stops at "Acquiring Network Address". Sometimes it says "Limited or No Connection"

I can connect it using LAN cable but i really want it to connect wirelessly.

Can anyone help me fix this problem...?
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Is the router web enabled? If it is try connecting with no encryption. Also make sure that your new laptop and router are the same type or can support each other like b and g. Also when the computer connects t with limited or no connectivity have you tried clicking on the tab that says repair this connection.
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Is the router web enabled? If it is try connecting with no encryption. Also make sure that your new laptop and router are the same type or can support each other like b and g. Also when the computer connects t with limited or no connectivity have you tried clicking on the tab that says repair this connection.


i already checked and my router has 'b and g' type of signal so is my laptop. i also tried disabling the the encryption or and enabling it, nothing worked.. also... the repair didn't work.
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Please try WinsockFix. Once run, reboot and test your connection.

If that fails, please goto Start, Run, type CMD, press 'OK', then type the following commands:

1. netsh winsock reset catalog
2. netsh int ip reset reset.log

Reboot and test.

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