Re: Wireless internet
I just upgraded to Vista a few weeks ago. Was able to get on the internet
wireless... then when I kept loosing my connection and compusa told me it was
because I didn't have my encryption turned on.... I tried to set up a WPA-PSK
and I am getting a pop up saying it doen't recognize my Key and that I can
get it from the person that set it up. (Me!) How can I reset this?
also.... when I click on the Belkin g wireless card icon, I get a pop up
saying "WLANSTAT configuration Utility has stopped working.
A Problem caused the program to stop working correctly.
"Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
> Vista has a problem with the SPI function in some routers.
> If your router has SPI, see if that function can be turned off.
> Gary VanderMolen
> "sc" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:77B13BA1-D2CE-4AD6-8CBD-8E5763E3663A@microsoft.com...
> >I just bought a new computer with Vista on it. I have a laptop running XP.
> > I hooked my wireless router up to my Vista machine and I can't seem to get on
> > the internet with my laptop. I had no problem with my old desktop that was
> > running windows XP. I've had some people tell me that Vista has trouble with
> > the wireless routers. Is this correct? Will an update be coming out soon to
> > fix this problem? Is there some thing I can do?