01-23-2007, 06:51 AM
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Join Date: Jan 2007
It's working with the other off... but usually doesn't? So you need to figure out what is actually going on here one computer at a time.
So connect the one that will connect by itself.. browse the web a bit then shut it down and turn the other one on and connect.
You need to try and isololate which one is having the problem.
If you find one that absolutely will not connect by itself, you need to stop there and work on getting that one to connect by itself.
The first thing I would do is temporarily turn off the wireless security and see if it connects. If it does, then you can start playing around with security settings.
Also, if your wireless router has SuperG mode or some funky speed enhancer stuff, turn that off. Basically you want to turn off all the Bells and whistles of the router and then start turning things back on and see which setting breaks either the Apple or the HP. Leave the DHCP on though. If the router has any error logging, it might give you an indication as to what's happening.