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Good signal but can't connect
I'm trying to connect to my home network but it doesn't work. I can find the network and it has a decent signal strength. When I click connect it says aquiring network address and then just stops and says it isn't connected. Then it tries again and the process repeats itself. In the toolbar the wireless icon has the two yello dots moving and then it changes to cross and then repeats the process.
The router is fine as i have several laptops connected.
I'm using a usb to get the network. (Netgear Xg111v2)
What can I do?
Try rolling back the driver on the wireless card. That worked for me. If it does make things worse (which I highly doubt) you can always upgrade it again. Just FYI, after I did a recent Windows update, the driver was updated and I had to roll it back again.
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