Sunday June 6, 2010
May 17, 2020
Oct 21, 2010 at 02:23 PM
Try this 1.
First make sure the network drivers are installed properly.
Click on Start --> In search box, type ncpa.cpl and press Enter.
"Network Connection" window will be opened. Right click on your wireless
network icon --> Select "Properties". Click on "Wireless Networks" tab.
In the "Preferred Network" section you can find your router name.
Just select your router in the preferred network and click on "Properties".
Click on "Authentication" tab --> Uncheck the option "Enable IEEE 802.1x
authentication for this network" --> Click on OK --> OK.
Then double-click on your "Wireless Network" icon in the notification area -->
Click on "View Wireless Networks" --> Select your network --> Click on
"Disconnect" button --> Then again select your network and try to connect it by
clicking on the "Connect" button.
If the problem still exists check your SSID and the security key.
Since other laptop connects fine to the internet just compare the wireless
network settings between that laptop and your PC.