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Everything was working fine when she picked it up, specifically the wireless. I did a search for this and maybe one of the fixes will work. Here is the manual for her router so if you are doing this over the phone you can see what she is seeing. Unplug the power to the router then plug it back in.When she got it home she said she was getting this error message that her wireless wasn't working. I took it back to my house and it didn't have any problems connecting to the wireless router. OS- Windows XP SP3 Laptop- Compaq Presario V6000 Wireless Router- Netgear N 150 WNR1000v2 Cable Modem- Arris TM502G Browser IE 8 Thanks. Once the router settles, open another browser window and see if she can surf. If yes unplug the Ethernet from the laptop and try to connect wireless.I have not been able to connect to my wireless router (Belkin N ) - it detects my wireless network, but when I click connect it says detecting network type, then says it is "validating identity" and doesn't connect (never gets to the point where it asks for my password).Never seen this validating identity when connecting any of our windows laptops tothe network sonot sure what it means/why it does it through Bootcamp. Cheers, David UPDATE: I've searched on some Windows forums and this error is because Windows is setting the wireless connection to authenticate, when the router is not expecting it to.I am not sure what to do next as there seems to be something in the computer that is not set up correctly. Then it asks for my Network authetication and the options are Open, shared, or WPA. I went ahead and used no encryption for my router and then the D Link USB adapter was able to connect.Then it asks for encryption Key and the options are WEP or disabled. I have never seen this before on any of my computers. I am yet to try WEP Encryption with my router to see if that works. I have an old Dell Dimensions 8400 running Windows XP. I tried this tip that the article gave me, but it did not work.
Yesterday I reformatted a friends computer and reinstalled the OS and other software at my house. I brought her laptop and router to my house and it works fine. I tried to install the disc that came with the router, but it said something like the IP address wasn't static and I needed to imput the blah blah blah. Whatever PC was used when they installed Comcast needs to be connected to the router and the MAC address cloned to the router. It will be slightly inside the router housing so she'll need a paperclip to push it. She can then boot her laptop while the router does what its doing. Dot beside No for "Require a logon" and then all the way at the bottom, put the dot beside "Use Computer MAC Address" click Apply.This will assume that you are not using the authentication at all.In most of the home wireless networks, authentication may not be uses.I would also like to recommend you the same thing as it was posted before by Snake08 but in addition to that post if that is not working then you can try to add the network manually.When you are doing that manually then you should make sure that the key provided is automatically is unchecked. If you want to fix this then you have to go to the properties page of the wireless connection. After that I enabled the adapter again and I found that it gets connected. I hope that it will work in your case and should connect then.
You it does not help then try it again with wireless but this time you have to disable the router for wireless security.