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Multiple Wireless Network's -Issue

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Old 09-09-2007
MitchB
 

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Multiple Wireless Network's -Issue
When connecting to any wireless network my HP DV6000 works just fine, until I
either close the laptop or move out of range of the network. When it picks up
a new signal, IE: opening the computer again, moving in range of the network
or another network again, It will not reconnect.
The new signal is recognized as a "unidentified network" even when it's the
same one it was connected to previously. This now connects as a "Limited
Connectivity" Network and no Internet Access.

Any ideas what Settings have gotten messed up on this thing? I've only had
this computer a couple weeks and have fixed most of the issues with my
network, but it seems everytime I fix one thing 2 more pop up.
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Old 09-09-2007
Barb Bowman
 

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Re: Multiple Wireless Network's -Issue
where are these wireless networks you are connecting to? are they
hotspots and public networks? tell us more. including some SSID
names, etc.


On Sat, 8 Sep 2007 18:50:00 -0700, MitchB
<MitchB@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>When connecting to any wireless network my HP DV6000 works just fine, until I
>either close the laptop or move out of range of the network. When it picks up
>a new signal, IE: opening the computer again, moving in range of the network
>or another network again, It will not reconnect.
>The new signal is recognized as a "unidentified network" even when it's the
>same one it was connected to previously. This now connects as a "Limited
>Connectivity" Network and no Internet Access.
>
>Any ideas what Settings have gotten messed up on this thing? I've only had
>this computer a couple weeks and have fixed most of the issues with my
>network, but it seems everytime I fix one thing 2 more pop up.

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Old 09-09-2007
David
 

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Re: Multiple Wireless Network's -Issue

> network, but it seems everytime I fix one thing 2 more pop up.
>

u have the "auto connect" feature enabled?
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