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Created On: 01/20/2007 11:17 AM
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 01/20/2007 11:17 AM
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Jaymz9350
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well kind of, starting this week my laptop doesn't show a wireless connection to my router most of the time even though it works (i'm currently posting from it)

some times it show the connection fine sometimes it show no connection but works fine both for net access and my home network and some times it doesn't work at all.

this has me kinda confused, it's not a big deal but kinda bugs me.

It's on a fresh xp home sp2 install as i just had to rma it for a bad HDD. it's a compaq w/ turion ml-32 512 ddr333 with a built in brodcom wireless adapter and ideas?
 01/20/2007 11:20 AM
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quote:

Originally posted by: Jaymz9350
well kind of, starting this week my laptop doesn't show a wireless connection to my router most of the time even though it works (i'm currently posting from it)

some times it show the connection fine sometimes it show no connection but works fine both for net access and my home network and some times it doesn't work at all.

this has me kinda confused, it's not a big deal but kinda bugs me.

It's on a fresh xp home sp2 install as i just had to rma it for a bad HDD. it's a compaq w/ turion ml-32 512 ddr333 with a built in brodcom wireless adapter and ideas?


you can try uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers, or if its plug and play, possibly repair your connection, either that or disable and reconnect.

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 01/20/2007 12:15 PM
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quote:

Originally posted by: me=kon
you can try uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers, or if its plug and play, possibly repair your connection, either that or disable and reconnect.


well none of that seems to help, i may just have to deal with it. not a big prob just dont like having it not exactly right kinda bugs me.
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