Connected to a Wireless Network that is Unavailable

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Terry Smerling, Aug 28, 2005.

  1. I am pulling my hair out trying to solve this problem: the icon in my tray
    says that I am connected to my home network; but when I access "View
    Available Wireless Networks," no newworks are listed as available. What
    makes the problem all the more confusing is that I have software loaded on
    my system that enables me to boot to different Os's. I have no trouble
    connecting to my home network when I am running WinXP Pro. The problem only
    occurs when I run WinXP Home. Both OS's have Service Pack 2 installed. In
    other words same hardware, same home network, but problems only in one OS.
    Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.
     
    Terry Smerling, Aug 28, 2005
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