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LINKSYS router WRT110 : Windows is unable to connect to the

by renu_p_r / June 16, 2008 2:11 AM PDT

Hi,
I did setup for WRT110 router. Then to do wireless connection : I went to network connections and I was able to see my network. When I clink on it and try to connect it says :
Windows is unable to connect to the selected network. The network
may no longer be in range. Please refresh the list of available networks,
and try to connect again. On IBM T42. Can someone help.

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Seems right to me.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 16, 2008 2:20 AM PDT
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If you used the Linksys CD
by tcantrelln / June 20, 2008 1:03 AM PDT

To do the initial setup, remove everything linksys related- if it's a new wireless router return it to where you bought it and get something else! I've returned two Linksys products in the last three weeks, the last being a WRT 160n. Aside from putting software on that I didn't want-that I was unable to REMOVE (would not show in add remove programs) by anything short of Nuke and Pave, fresh install. They also would slow down for no good reason, sometimes a Router reboot would help-sometimes not. They gave me all kinds of goofy error messages too. (Out of range, incorrect WPA2 ##, and other silliness.) You'll have to find something like the old free version of JV16 to clear out the Linksys residual fluff but you'll find the time was worth it. I'm much happier with a DLink N something.

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