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Hi, I have an old desktop running Windows XP Home version 2002, which has been connected to a Netgear WG311 802.11g wireless router.
I was unable to connect other computers, so I replaced the Netgear with a Linksys E1200 wireless router.
Now all the other computers find the Linksys router, but the older Windows XP desktop won't (because I didn't use it to set up the router? How do I connect the old Windows XP computer to the new router, please?
Once it is finished can you wait approx 2 minutes and then check you can get online and run the speedtest again. Thanks I've downloaded the firmware; but, now can't get into the Linksys admin site. It now directs me through Google, Ask, Peebl,and Just Answer....of which get me into the admin screen. Ok, Can you unplug the router and shut down your machine then wait 30 seconds and power up the router and then wait another 30 secondsand power up your machine and try to get in again and let me know if it will allow you or not Thanks Yes to both questions. It died and was replaced with a dual, supposedly better router. Once you have that number (probably around 1472) can you do the same with the hardwired connection and let me know if there is any difference in the number you get.
Let me know about the reset so I can help you or opt out Thanks Eric Ok, If you go through and resetup the router using the steps I gave you earlier to setup the wireless, then select the channel etc then once it is all saved can you then power cycle the modem router and computer waiting 30 seconds between powering up the devices then let me know what speed you get. The error message says ' Winows was unable to find a certificate to log you on to murphy network"I don't know if you're still around or not; but, I'm exhausted and must get some sleep. Right now my situation with this router is worse that when I started.
I can't use wireless at all because my ID can't be validated.
From there can you type ipconfig then hit enter and make a note of the Gateway address which should be something like 192.168.1.1 Once you have that can you open a Internet Explorer Window and type the gateway address in the following format then hit enter to open the routers login page.
When prompted type your admin username and password ( If you have not changed it just leave the username blank and enter admin as the password) When you get logged into the router can you click the Wireless tab then enter a unique Network Name then save your changes.
From there can you type ipconfig then hit enter and make a note of the Gateway address which should be something like 192.168.1.1 Once you have that can you open a Internet Explorer Window and type the gateway address in the following format then hit enter to open the routers login page. When I click on "Generate", it asks for a "passphrase". Then, when I click on "Generate" again it wipes out the numbers I put in Key 1 Box and puts in a different set of alpha/numerics. Then I set up the Wireless G only and Channel 11, and the WEP and 64 bit, save and continue. When I got through with all that, within a few seconds, the toolbar at the bottom of my screen announced that an attempt to connect to wireless was in progress.