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Windows 7: Roswell rnx-n1 adopter issue


24 Aug 2013   #1

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Roswell rnx-n1 adopter issue

Ok, so I'm trying to connect to my encrypted Linksys router, which is hooked to my mainframe pc. I find the network and hit connect at which time I enter the password. It connects, sig strength good and soforth. I try to go onto the net and no go. There is no connection to the net. Unsure what is happening, as it used to work, like as in a few weeks ago. I have not tried to disable my network connection to then see if it connects.
Unsure why this has to be so difficult. What happen to the days of plug-n-play? Thx for any help on this. I've never messed with the internal settings in Roswell, as there seems to be a million. Also, if I shut off the pc and restart, the password for wireless is lost and have to reenter. I'm about to pitch this in the ditch.

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26 Aug 2013   #2
2xg
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Hi drmax,

Can you access the router setting? Try changing the Wireless Mode (usually this is in a Mixed Mode), change it to G/N, G or B/G.

If this is still a No-Go, please follow the basic posting requirements here and provide us more info to better assist you.
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27 Aug 2013   #3

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 2xg View Post
Hi drmax,

Can you access the router setting? Try changing the Wireless Mode (usually this is in a Mixed Mode), change it to G/N, G or B/G.

If this is still a No-Go, please follow the basic posting requirements here and provide us more info to better assist you.
Will get to this in a few days. It's my kids homework pc and we can work around it for now. Thx for this info. I'll post back soon. DM
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30 Oct 2013   #4

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I had a G or B. Selected G and now connected. I will restart and if it does not connect, I will follow your further instruction. Thx a ton and time slid by so sorry for the later reply. Just go back at this. DM
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30 Oct 2013   #5
2xg
Microsoft MVP

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No worries.... glad to hear that we could helped and your issue has been resolved.
You're Welcome!

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by drmax View Post
I had a G or B. Selected G and now connected. I will restart and if it does not connect, I will follow your further instruction. Thx a ton and time slid by so sorry for the later reply. Just go back at this. DM
Edit: Issue not yet resolved!
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30 Oct 2013   #6

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Thank you on the help....and with a restart it appears it did not store my "lock" code. I ck'd and there is not a box to ck to "remember" the code...if there is even suppose to be one. This won't work, if I have to keep entering this huge code. (for my kids homework) I'll just go to the place you told me to and enter the info. thx, DM
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30 Oct 2013   #7
2xg
Microsoft MVP

Win7 & Win8 64bit
 
 

Before you do the preposting requirements, can we try something else? See below....

Remove all network profiles stored from the problematic computer, then re-add your SSID (or wireless network) with the proper encryption, here's a Tutorial from Brink.

Also, if you are using a wireless manager or utility for your Wi-Fi device, this might be conflicting with your WLAN Auto Configuration that you might find under Services (click on the Start button type services.msc then press enter). In this image, the native WLAN Auto Configuration service is Started, but if you are using a wireless manager, make sure that this is disabled.


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31 Oct 2013   #8

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I've realized just now that during start up I immediately have to hit the F1 key to continue. My time is not keeping track either. Hunch has it my cmos bat. is dead. I'm wondering if this could be causing an assortment of issues? I'll dig this bat out and replace and then continue with troubleshooting. Thx, DM
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01 Nov 2013   #9

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I am using XP on troubled pc and there are 4 different connections, 3 of which I have disable. I went into the xp wireless center and do not see a way to manage it, as of anything similar to what is listed by Brink.
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06 Nov 2013   #10

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update

I sent rosewell my issue and they replied to 1stly disable my security from my linksys. I went into that setting, disabled....restarted main pc (hooked to router) When I went to see if it would then hookup to my xp machine it still said my linksys was locked. I'm starting to think that I should reinstall the software for linksys and go from there. This all used to work and unsure WTH happened. It did start by me encrypting my linksys. After I did this, I noticed there was 2 of the same named networks....i.e. "mynetwork"....showing up. It somehow had created 2 networks. I had spent hours trying to figure out what caused this. I'm going for a fresh install of the software. Advise if you disagree. Thx for listening, DM
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