No network available problem

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by stell, Aug 11, 2004.

  1. stell

    stell Guest

    I have Netgear wireless router WGR614v4 using cable modem. The desktop is
    connected by LAN and my daughter's laptop with a Netgear 802.11g WG511
    wireless card. We do not share anything between the computers only the
    internet. It has been working fine since sometime in June. All of a sudden
    her laptop will not connect or even find the router. Says no network
    available. All the lights on the router are lit. The amber light blinks on
    her card while it's scanning for an available network. I
    uninstalled/reinstalled her card and software. The adapter is recognized in
    System Props. Rechecked that the SSIDs were the same and that I had the
    correct mac address in the router (Even tried allowing anyone to connect.) I
    did an AV scan and it's clean. Am I missing something? Her Laptop is a
    Gateway, running XP Home.
    SHE would greatly appreciate any help as this ole 800 MHz machine of mine is
    way to slow for her <G>
     
    stell, Aug 11, 2004
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  2. Call Netgear and they can help you to check out the WG511.

    It may just have died!

    "stell" wrote:

    > I have Netgear wireless router WGR614v4 using cable modem. The desktop is
    > connected by LAN and my daughter's laptop with a Netgear 802.11g WG511
    > wireless card. We do not share anything between the computers only the
    > internet. It has been working fine since sometime in June. All of a sudden
    > her laptop will not connect or even find the router. Says no network
    > available. All the lights on the router are lit. The amber light blinks on
    > her card while it's scanning for an available network. I
    > uninstalled/reinstalled her card and software. The adapter is recognized in
    > System Props. Rechecked that the SSIDs were the same and that I had the
    > correct mac address in the router (Even tried allowing anyone to connect.) I
    > did an AV scan and it's clean. Am I missing something? Her Laptop is a
    > Gateway, running XP Home.
    > SHE would greatly appreciate any help as this ole 800 MHz machine of mine is
    > way to slow for her <G>
    >
    >
    >
     
    =?Utf-8?B?QkFS?=, Aug 15, 2004
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  3. stell

    stell Guest

    Thank you, I did just that and the card *is* dead. They are replacing it.
    Thanks again.

    "BAR" <> wrote in message
    news:D...
    > Call Netgear and they can help you to check out the WG511.
    >
    > It may just have died!
    >
    > "stell" wrote:
    >
    > > I have Netgear wireless router WGR614v4 using cable modem. The desktop

    is
    > > connected by LAN and my daughter's laptop with a Netgear 802.11g WG511
    > > wireless card. We do not share anything between the computers only the
    > > internet. It has been working fine since sometime in June. All of a

    sudden
    > > her laptop will not connect or even find the router. Says no network
    > > available. All the lights on the router are lit. The amber light blinks

    on
    > > her card while it's scanning for an available network. I
    > > uninstalled/reinstalled her card and software. The adapter is recognized

    in
    > > System Props. Rechecked that the SSIDs were the same and that I had the
    > > correct mac address in the router (Even tried allowing anyone to

    connect.) I
    > > did an AV scan and it's clean. Am I missing something? Her Laptop is a
    > > Gateway, running XP Home.
    > > SHE would greatly appreciate any help as this ole 800 MHz machine of

    mine is
    > > way to slow for her <G>
    > >
    > >
    > >
     
    stell, Aug 15, 2004
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