coldoven Posted December 28, 2005 Share Posted December 28, 2005 Hey guys--Recently I ran my DSL connection to run a WPA-PSK wireless connection. My laptop detected the network, and I was able to set up a profile to access it.However, I'm attempting to do the same exact thing with my GF's computer, and while the network is detected, I get the following prompt:"Unable to connect to the network. The network may no longer be in range."Now, I know this isnt so because my laptop, right next to hers, picks up the network just fine, excellent, in fact.How the hell do I set up a new profile here to access an already existing secure connection? I've noticed that when I open the Wireless Network Connections, then click on advanced settings, then the wireless networks tab, followed by attempting to add my network, the network authintacation wont let me enter WPAPSK and the Data Encriyption type wont let me enter TKIP. They only allow, Open/Shared, WEP/Disabled. Could this be a driver issue with her wireless card? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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