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Try this:

http://en-us-support...popup/a_id/383/

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Model: F5D7236-4 Is the model number


It's very small writing though
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Can't find that model anywhere!

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Googling came up with this.


http://www.ciao.co.u..._Review_5585721
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Still cannot find it.

What do you have on this screen:

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That's what I have. I need to leave for work in ten minutes;I think we might have to call it a day for now butthanks for your efforts



SSID Belkin54g
Channel 13
Security Disabled
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OK

What about:

Broadcast SSID and
Protected mode

On the same screen

After that I'd check for malware.

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Mode Mixed (11b+11g)
ESSID Broadcast Enabled
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Hi Buddy

I've tried everything I can think of and cannot see why you cannot "see" your wifi network from one machine.

I'd check the Malware Cleaning Guide on here.

Let me know how you get on.

Have a good day.

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Hi There

On reviewing your IP settings:

LAN Settings
LAN/WLAN MAC 00:1c:df:0a:34:58/
00:1c:df:0a:34:58
IP address 192.168.2.1
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
DHCP Server Enabled
DHCP Clients num 99

Your WLAN IP addres is the same as your router address - strange.

Try setting the address manually to something like:

IP 192.168.2.10
SUBNET MASK 255.255.255.O
Default gateway 192.168.2.1
DNS 192.168.2.1

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Am at work right now but:

The settings are from the lap top where the connection works. I cannot get the other lap top to see the connection and so I cannot adjust the settings

Thanks anywat
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Am at work right now but:

The settings are from the lap top where the connection works. I cannot get the other lap top to see the connection and so I cannot adjust the settings

Thanks anywat


Hi There

Whether the laptop can see the connection or not should NOT affect you being able to set TCP /IP settings for the adaptor.

Also I have you have a MORE serious problem - Your wireless connection that is working is unsecure and wide open to anyone. So people can sit outside your house and carry out all sorts of illegal activities and you get the blame.

I've written a wifi security guide here

I suggest you read it and implement the steps pronto.
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