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Wireless Connection Problem

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Belkin Wireless G Router
2.4 GHz
54 Mbps

Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection

IBM Thinkpad R51
Windows XP

The Problem

Just yesterday I went out and bought the wireless router, set it up and everything was working fine and dandy. That was up until this afternoon when I put the system on suspend. When I loaded it up again my wireless connection was gone and now whenever I try to connect it, it fails at connecting to the wireless access point.

when I click "connect"
- Powering on wireless radio (check)
- Applying location profile settings (check)
- Connecting to wirless access point (x)
- Applying browser settings (check)
- Waiting for IP Configuration (x)

I have tried restarting the compter.

I have tried turning off/on my radio.

I have tried "repair".
- "unable to disable the wireless network adapter"
- "unable to connect to wireless network"

...also, the little light that usually flashes consistantly when I was able to connect only flashes once every 10 seconds or so

I really have no idea what the problem is. Any help would be greaty appreciated.

Edited by stro, 22 January 2006 - 06:52 PM.

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I seemed to have fixed it

I originally had no security encryption set up on my router. Changed that, set up a new location profile, put in the password under the settings on the laptop and it's working now.

I can sleep easy now hahah, I was getting ready to chuck this thing out the window...

Edited by stro, 22 January 2006 - 09:42 PM.

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