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 SolvedWireless adapter not picking up router signal after computer crash Forum SolvedDo PCIe Half Mini Wireless Cards Fit into PCIe X1 slots? And if so... Forum SolvedWhat is the best thing for wireless connection? Forum SolvedIs it bad to put a PCIe wireless adapter right under GPU fans? Forum SolvedWireless Adapter Setting Forum SolvedDo I need a sound card and wireless adapter? Forum SolvedNeed to use DAP-1522 as Wireless Repeater/Range Extender with DIR-655 router. Forum Solvedproblems connecting to router with new wireless adapter Forum SolvedWireless network adapter cards Forum SolvedOnboard wireless network adapter? Forum SolvedAsus RT AC68U - wired and wireless connection times out for 5 mins Intermittenly Forum SolvedNew wireless adaptor causing router to cut out. Forum SolvedLogitech M325 wireless mouse stopped working Forum SolvedMy USB wireless card is not working Forum Solvedamped wireless repeater Forum SolvedCan I have two wireless Connections? Forum Solvedbest wireless adapter Forum SolvedThe Best Wireless Adapter Forum SolvedWhat is the best desktop Wireless card for gaming (Any price) Forum SolvedBest Wireless adapter for Gaming Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !