I have Vista SP2 and sometimes I can connect to some WiFis, but now I've had this problem to connect already with two different WiFis. First one was a shared WiFi in a residential house. That I solved by exporting and importing the wireless profile from the landlord's computer. This time even this solution failed me. Having imported the wireless profile in my new shared house, it asks for a password and accepts it, but then it says: "can't connect to UPC...". If I click "diagnose the problem" it concludes with "Wireless authentication failed because of a timeout"
Steps taken so far: I have now deleted all pre-existing wireless profiles from this computer -> no change
ISP: UPC (in Ireland), ADSL broadband Anti-Virus: just free version of AVG Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Network Adapter
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Microsoft Windows [Versi�n 6.0.6002] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. Reservados todos los derechos. C:UsersOhrapirtelo>ipconfig /all
ISP: Bigpond.com.au TYPE: 3G/4G wireless MODEM: Bigpond Ultimate Mobile Broadband Wi-Fi (AKA: Sierra AirCard 753S) SECURITY: Trend Titanium
Old Acer 5315 running Vista Home Basic has Atheros ar5007eg wireless card.Initially got ISP to setup, but failed with comment that Acers Empowering technology maybe interferring.I have updated the driver for wireless, I have uninstalled all components of Empowering Tech. reboot requested new info (key) but still fails to connect, DISPITE telling me its connected. Upon inspection of ISP properties it shows 0 recieved, 498kb sent.All puters previously ran old wireless (3G) modem OK.
My wifi network adapter (Atheros AR5007EG wirelss network adapter) works just fine for about 50 minutes and then it shuts down and disappears as if it's not installed on the computer. To make it work, I have to shut down the computer and turn it on again.
Up until a couple of days ago, I could connect to a wireless network no problem. Now, it's as if wireless doesn't exist on my netbook.
Computer: Acer Aspire One Model: ZG5 / AOA150 OS: XP, Service Pack 3 WLAN/Driver: Atheros AR5007EG/v220.127.116.11
I've done the Recovery Console and performed the Windows Registry repairs. I've even reformatted the computer, but to no avail at all. And I've done all the basic troubleshooting and surfed forums for way too long and found no solutions.
So this is kind of a last ditch effort. It still connects to the internet via an ethernet cord, so all is not completely lost, but it kind of defeats the purpose of having a netbook without having wireless connectivity.
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