Okay I am having a problem with my wireless connection too, my drivers are
all working properly and everything seems to be working fine...but everytime
I try to connect to my home network it keeps saying that it can't connect
because of time out or user action. This is starting to get a little
fustrating mainly because my home network is a security-enabled network and
has a very high signal strength.
I have also looked on the help menu before i came over here and still
couldn't find anything that could help me. I might also add that I can
connect to unsecured networks but they don't allow me to access the internet
it is only local connection. So if anyone can help me please let me know, I
would really like to be able to use my laptop without having to worry about
connecting to my wirless router.
"Richard G. Harper" wrote:
> Sadly, the last line of your post indicates your problem. No Vista drivers
> means the device will likely work poorly - if at all - under Vista. You
> need Vista drivers or a device that supports Vista.
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> "msimn" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > After trying to connect to my home wireless network with no security.
> > The Windows reports that "Wireless association failed due to an unknown
> > reason." which I suspect it's about the driver thing. I'm using a Micronet
> > SP907GK USB WiFi.
> > My wireless network can be connected by other people using the same USB
> > Wifi.
> > Please help.
> > (Any drivers or any subtitute drivers? )
> > The manufacturer website (micronet.net) doesn't have a Vista-compatible
> > driver.
> > Thank you.