Need help with connection

  Fenrir_666 19:10 26 Jun 08

Hi there, I have set up a wireless connection between a BT home hub and a PC using the Netgear WG111v3 adapter. The connection works, however it says that it has already established a connection but Explorer does not pull up any sites except the dreaded 'cannot find page (something that comes up when you try to use it offline)'. I have to disconnect and then reconnect for the user to use the internet. Any ideas on how to solve this rather annoying problem??

  ambra4 19:16 26 Jun 08

4 steps to set up your home wireless network

click here

And go to section 4 “Connect Your Computers

  Fenrir_666 20:14 26 Jun 08

Sorry that link opens this page, Could you post the correct link please

  Technotiger 20:30 26 Jun 08

Hi, yes your link does only re-direct to this page ??

I had, or thought I had '4 steps to set up your home wireless network' saved in my Bookmarks and was going to show it here as a link; However, what opened was something I have not seen before, verrry strange - please see this screenshot ...

[URL=click here][IMG]click here

  Technotiger 20:33 26 Jun 08

The message you can see in the screenshot is only part of it - it started off by saying something like - 'This page is a fake .... then it carried on about being only a Server and a lot of other rubbish ???

  Fenrir_666 20:33 26 Jun 08

Weird! Any other solutions?

  Technotiger 20:37 26 Jun 08

This is I think the original link that ambra4 was trying to give you ...

click here

  Fenrir_666 20:53 26 Jun 08

Ok I read through it, however i noticed that the example pic showing the available networks says that the connection is automatic, mine says its manual! Please help.

  Technotiger 20:57 26 Jun 08

I think you need to click on the word Connect, at the bottom of the window. I have never needed to do it myself.

Guessing now, if that does not work try right-clicking on the network shown, to see if you get any further Options.

  ambra4 01:46 27 Jun 08


Sorry about the link wrong site Technotiger link was the correct one

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