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Intel Pro Wireless 2200BG support WPA (please read)
However when I attempt to connect to the network, the system prompts for the key, then pretends like it never did. Back to PC Hardware forum 8 total posts.
The time now is Then, later attempts to connect will not request user credentials. February 21st, 3. Thursday, August 28, 2: The Intel bg definitely supports WPA2. Message Edited by Robotus on I used my buddies laptop presario everything works fine with his broadcom bg wirelss Does anything think this w;a2 an hardware issue with the intel wireless card?
Even turning off WiFi security temporarily as a test?
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Support for Intel® PRO/Wireless BG Network Connection
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From the driver you specified, it appears that you are running XP. Found a bad link? Here’s other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: Friday, September 5, 7: My thinking was wirelesss encryption is based on the type of wireless card you have!