Wireless Tags: Wireless Wireless Network Connection Wireless Networking Last response: September 28, 2010 8:32 PM in Wireless Networking Share Anonymous a b F Wireless September 26, 2010 3:17:20 PM My wireless network indicate that I'm connected but when I try to connect it would not allow me. Can someone help me. More about : wireless Anonymous a b F Wireless September 26, 2010 7:17:47 PM Try turning off wireless security temporarily in the router and see if you can connect then. See the router manual for how to address the router's setup screens. m 0 l christiangordon September 28, 2010 8:32:32 PM 1 try turning the wireless security off 2 try upping the power on the wireless router 3 if all else fails uninstall the wireless device on your computer and download the latest drivers and reinstall m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedBoth wired and wireless connections enabled Forum SolvedWireless Signal Quality Keeps Fluctuating Forum Solvedwill getting two wireless adapters double bandwidth? Forum SolvedDo i need a wireless adapter? Forum SolvedVerizon Wireless SIM Card Forum SolvedWireless router for laptop Forum SolvedWill Intel mini-PCIe wireless cards work in my AMD system? Forum SolvedWired or Wireless Mice Forum SolvedChanged wireless router, printer won't print Forum SolvedMy PC does not detecting my wireless adapter-WIN8.1 Forum SolvedWireless AC Macbook Pro Forum SolvedHow can I use an Xbox 360 wireless controller on windows 8.1? Forum SolvedWireless network isnt working all the time in windows 8 Forum SolvedBest solution for wireless internet on gaming desktop Forum SolvedWhether 3g WiFi dongle can be used as wireless USB adapter? Forum SolvedMotherboard Not Recognizing PCI-E Wireless Card Forum SolvedWireless USB Charged Mice Forum SolvedWireless Network Connection - or lack of Forum SolvedThe best cheap wireless modem router Forum SolvedMotorola SBG900 Cable Wireless Modem Gateway Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !