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I have two XP laptops at home that were both working fine for weeks with a new Cisco wireless router, then suddenly they both say "Limited or No Connectivity." Both of these laptops work fine with another wireless router.
Also, a third laptop in the house (Vista OS) works fine with the same router that won't work with the two XP laptops. Thank You Very Much, Educated Guess I'd suggest doing this first: 1. When I try to reconnect, it grinds away for 10-15 minutes, saying, "Validating Identity" then I get the "Limited or No Connectivity" message. This unit was recently reformatted, but I haven't run malwarebytes or adaware or anything to see if that would clear it up.
Click on the ' Configure' button, and you will get a screen similar to the following: As shown above, un-check the option to automatically logon.
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Your wireless network list should now show UMKCWPA with ' Connected' as shown below: Your computer should now automatically connect to UMKC wireless on each future visit.
If you change your UMKC password, you will need to enter your new password by clicking on the ' Click here to select a certificate or other credentials for connection to the network UMKCWPA' pop-up as shown 3 images above, and you can then enter your new password on the box that will look like the box shown 2 images above.
Apparently this is a fairly common problem with XP, as there is a lot of discussion about this across the Internet.
I haven't found the right fix yet, and am trying to avoid reformatting, which I can do as a last resort.
It would find the router wirelessly but not through the Netgear. Get this update here: Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions.
What should I do Please follow the steps as mentioned in the below link to resolve the issue: My new Seagate drive is filling up and asking to adda new drive. If you are, this will not fix your issue, but on most home wireless networks, you will not be using any authentication Let me know if you need more specific help.
Back to the XP forums, although I am starting to wonder if it is worth it... Connect to the router via the ethernet cable instead, install XP SP3 and what seems like a couple of hundred other updates via Windows Update.
Several reboots later and it goes back to asking for password and validating identity error disappears.
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