Wireless Woes

  shellship 16:12 17 Nov 04
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I have two computers, one with XP with SP newly installed, the other with XP with SP2 upgrade. They are wirelessly coonetced via an ADSL router. The newer machine has connected faultlessly since installation. The latter, after problems, eventually connected and then disconnected after a few hours despite showing good communication with the router. My installer, who is now geting grey hairs, changed the network card - no good - then changed the router. Magical for a few hours, then Windows will not connect - again. Norton IS has been disabled (Norton AV still there of course).
Previous threads indicate it might be solved by turning router on and off but this seems a less than perfect solution. Another thread blames XP firewall.

Any ideas out there please.

  Gaz 25 16:34 17 Nov 04

click here

Good luck,
Gaz25


PS. Any further problems, just post back and we will try to solve them for you.

  Urotsukidoji 16:48 17 Nov 04

what make and model of router is it?
it may be that you need to flash the routers firmware, the mfr of the router will be able to advise you on how to do it.

as gaz says, post back with the results

  shellship 19:02 17 Nov 04

Thanks all. Have been advised to go to profile and set to default/activate. This does it but no connection upon reboot but easily effected by redoing this. Pain, but it works pro tem.

Brian

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