Uncle Dano Level 1 Member Posts: So, it is not a hardware compatibility issue it is a Windows XP driver issue for this wireless card. By browsing this website, you consent to the use of cookies. February 19th, 2. The initial setting that has issue: Can’t connect using WPA 2 Hi, maybe the driver outdated!!!

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It’s almost this OP was me on this machine. SP1 does not support it, but there is a 220bg patch. OK, fixed the 65Mbps issue. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.

[SOLVED] Can’t connect using WPA(2)

The time now is L – BIOS update 1. At all stages in this I was connecting to the D-Link with another laptop as well, after each change, and that other laptop connected with no issues. Thanks for the reply. Help imtel by reporting it. A few bitcents to help a starving IT professional would be appreciated!

You are posting a reply to: Right now I’m at a loss. Most likely though you would be time and energy ahead to get a newer adapter.


February 21st, 3. Is there another driver to give me this option? Yes, my password is: Friday, September 5, 7: FurryNutz on September 01, I’m a crazy volunteer!

You guys are champs! Service “Wireless Zero Configuration” is disabled on my comp.

I’ve read a LOT of articles and blogs on the DIR over the past few days, and most have been either uncomplimentary or ambivalent. Share This Page Tweet.

Log on as a local user or a domain user using cached credentials. I connect without any problem using no security “open”.

Intel Pro Wireless 2200BG support WPA (please read)

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This device doesn’t seem to have many fans, and at least in my case, I can see why. In the advanced settings, if 2200gb turn the “Wireless off” then Wireless on again, I get the message “This setting will only take effect if the adapter’s power button has been switched on” Is this significant, and is there a power button somewhere that I dont know about?


Problem with WLAN Connection with Intel Pro/Wireless 2200BG

Have you installed the SP3 update? I don’t work for Lenovo. For profiles where “Use Windows logon credentials” has been selected, if the user then attempts to connect using that profile, the user is still prompted for user credentials for authentication. Can’t connect using WPA 2 Thanks for your effort 2200by my issue. Sorry, I don’t find a disable for the wifi so you’ll probably have to review the setup and at worst case reload the OS. Message Edited by Robotus on Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: