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=?Utf-8?B?Sk0=?= 03-25-2005 07:37 PM

Network wireless card configuration
 
After I installed the driver for a D-link notebook wireless card, I was
suppose to see the local wireless but it didin't show up.
I then clicked on properties of the wireless connection icon and I realized
that the tab "WIRELESS" does not show up as I could see on other notebook. It
basically looks like a ethernet dialog box. Whithout configurating the WEP
for the net work I won't be able to connect to the wirelles network.
What I really need is to find out why the "wireless" tab does not show up in
order to configure the network connection and despite that why the windows
does not see the wireless network.
I an runiing a win XP home edition with SP2.

The zero configuration is working ok..you can stop e restart it with no
changes to the connection status

Thanks JM

Jack 03-25-2005 09:24 PM

Re: Network wireless card configuration
 
Hi
May be this can Help.
Wireless, Basic Configuration: http://www.ezlan.net/Wireless_Config.html
Wireless Security - http://www.ezlan.net/Wireless_Security.html
Jack (MVP-Networking).


"JM" <JM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:C16FACE1-3CA2-419B-9095-5CF97EBD1152@microsoft.com...
> After I installed the driver for a D-link notebook wireless card, I was
> suppose to see the local wireless but it didin't show up.
> I then clicked on properties of the wireless connection icon and I

realized
> that the tab "WIRELESS" does not show up as I could see on other notebook.

It
> basically looks like a ethernet dialog box. Whithout configurating the WEP
> for the net work I won't be able to connect to the wirelles network.
> What I really need is to find out why the "wireless" tab does not show up

in
> order to configure the network connection and despite that why the windows
> does not see the wireless network.
> I an runiing a win XP home edition with SP2.
>
> The zero configuration is working ok..you can stop e restart it with no
> changes to the connection status
>
> Thanks JM





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