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Old 08-14-2011, 03:14 PM
Mark Weaver
Default Wireless Problem - no longer able to connect

Hi all,

When I first loaded C6 on my Dell Inspiron laptop the wireless worked
flawlessly right out of the box. At the time the wireless access point
was a Linksys WAP54G using WPA-2 Personal. In the last two weeks that
Access point has been replaced with a Linksys WAP610N, also using WPA-2
Peronal. The problem I'm having is the wireless adapter sees the new WAP
just fine, but is unable to connect.

I was wondering if there were any control files hidden somewhere that
were holding old information from the former WAP that are hindering the
connection to the new WAP.


Mark Weaver
Computer Information Systems & Services, Inc.
(717) 512-9718
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