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Trouble With My Wireless Connection


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9.0.1.9 date 29/10/04
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I need you to check the software you have for it. by going to control panel and then add/remove programs and check which Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software you have. And then i think we will have your problem fixed soon.
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it just says Intel® PROSet/Wireless software, how do i find out what version?
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Well this site is related to your problem. You can look it over if you would like. http://support.intel...wlan/pro2200bg/
And Here is the site for the software/Drivers that you will need. Download then and install them. http://downloadfinde...;ProductID=2259

keep me posted.
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downloading it now!

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it might be caused by the super G function of the router, try going to the router and if it's set to dynamic G mode, turn it down. coz i highly doubt a built in network card would support super G mode
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its working much better than it was with that driver update!

it connects straight away, but speed is still going up and down between 54 and 18 at the moment...
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how do i do that with the super g mode?
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as i say that my laptop has been disconnected from the wireless connection!
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you have to open up a browser and then type in the IP of your router and then log in and then in wireless settings under mode change it to b and g.
yours may vary as seeing as mine is a netgear.
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you can do it on any computer it doesnt matter.
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again my laptop has connected to something but wireless is not connected!
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What is it connected using? Is the name of you network Wireless? Did you change the mode?
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connected using windows, and the intel software...

speeds still changing all the time... between 54-1

then i tried it with the turbo mode off the router and same thing happened! speeds still going up and down..

oh and if i get disconnected i cant just reconnect i have to restart the laptop

Edited by Jonathan213, 23 June 2006 - 04:53 AM.

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could it be a hardware problem with the laptop?
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