All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Then I figured the wireless card died. I don’t know why things aren’t simple. Didn’t find what you were looking for? Do you have windows XP SP3 installed? My recommendation is to have a friend come over that may know something about wireless networking.
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I shut down computers and router and did a cold boot, but nothing changed. Something is missing that I am not aware of. Message 8 of 9.
HP Broadcom 54g MaxPerformance 802.11g Wireless Wi-fi Card- BCM 94318mpg
Below is the link to the last driver made for that card. I did make the change to AES. Didn’t find what you were looking for? Click on the wireless networks tab.
If yes, does the wireless card in your notebook “see” your home wireless SSID? Do you have any suggestions? I did disconnect the wired connection when trying to access the wireless.
Could the adapter itself be bad? I also don’t understand why the card shows no wireless networks available. I tried to install drivers but the ones installed are the latest. Message 3 of 9.
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Message 2 of 9. Message 9 of 9. I don’t know why things aren’t simple.
Message 7 of 9. I am so, so sorry I wasted your time. The network key not being correct cannot be good.
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Click on the blue Change Advanced Settings on the lower left of the window. I currently have a wired connection to my router, but Wireeless can’t seem to get wireless set up. The wireless adapter is shown as working properly in properties. I put in correct key, hit Ok and Ok. Why is nothing computerish ever simple?
Click on your wireless icon on the bottom right of your taskbar.