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dLINK Wireless card connection issues


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John Ryan

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I am using a 2.2GHz computer with Win2k SP4 I have a dLink DWL G510 wireless card installed..The card sees my 2 Wire DSL modem but will not connect..No matter how I change the configurations, it just won't connect to the internet.. The computer is also connect to a lan through a Network card...Any ideas are greatly appreciated
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There may be a security password protecting the router's wireless signal, called either 'WEP' or 'WPA' encryption. If that's the case, you need to enter that same password into the wireless setup software on all PCs that have to connect wirelessly.
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Thanks for the suggestion...I entered the wep key access to the network, but no luck. The card sees the network but won't connect
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