Re: Wireless Adapter and WAP
Thanks, That settles it as far as I am concerned.
(As far as the « wireless connection - configure option, that is
no longer available on my computer. Apparently disappeared
after installation of Microsoft Broadband Network Utility.
A repair/update after uninstallaing the Broadband Network
Utility has not fixed it.) I will have to reinstall WinXp some day
but not before SP2 is available and has been merged with
the WinXp installation files. That is, unless someone knows
of another way.)
"Dick Kistler" <dickkist@Remove-hotmail.com> a écrit dans le message de
> You are all more or less right.
> The Microsoft wireless equipment(base station, adapters) does support WPA
> The Microsoft Broadband Network Utility and the Wizards with it will not
> you set it up because they(the software) doesn't support it(only WEP).
> However, a fully updated Windows XP does support WPA and can be set up by
> using the wireless connections > configure selection(after you install the
> adapter driver). Other versions of Windows are not directly supported in
> this way.
> Hope this helps.
> Dick Kistler
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