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Can`t connect to wireless network using D-Link DWA-131 USB

Anyone had this problem?

We have a fully functional wireless network running from a Linksys WRT54GL router
(with master pc connected).

I purchased a D-Link DWA-131 USB adapter to connect from another room.


OS: XP home 2002, serv pack 3


Have installed drivers from installation disk.

My pc identifies the wireless network.

SIgnal strength 90%


Any ideas?


Thanks

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P.s.

Oh yes, i have also turned Windows firewall off.

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Call off the search party !

Found the problem: Was not logging onto the network correctly.

Found the correct password/key under the security tab on the router.

: )

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