When I click on the Connect to a Network box, I get my SSID (Home) and it shows 4/5 or 5/5 bars. When I go to connect, I click on Enter my Own Security Key (or the similar phrase), however it tries to connect to it to open it, and it never fully succeeds. I'd assume I don't have the manufacturer's driver for the card, as Windows preconfigured the driver and got everything set up from there. I've never had to use any sort of driver before, and I'd assume I would not have to now.
My ISP is Roadrunner.
The make of the modem is Scientific Atlanta, the Serial Number is 213666442.
The make of the router is Linksys by Cisco, the serial number is CUQ015476669, the Model number is WRT54GS2-V1
My Wireless Card (Adapter) is a Netgear 54MBPS Wireless PCI Adapter WG311v3 Rev. A1
Encryption is WEP-128 bit.
Windows Vista Home Premium SP2
Browser is Firefox.
The exact error message is, "Wireless association has failed due to an unknown reason..."
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002]
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