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If you have tried all other venues, then I would then go for this option. Find the most recent drivers for your wifi card and just update it'll work, I searched a long time and solution was so simple.

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My wireless network isn't currently encrypted/secured, if yours isn't either then someone might have pushed the "synchronize security" button, I think that's what happened to me.

My wireless card is USB, so I tried taking it out and putting it back in.

A to old drive doesn't let you connect with a WPA2 identification protocol, you get the go but no return is correctly sent back to the computer as the drivers aren't able to translate correctly the answer that has been sent by the router.

I had the same problem , I tried everything the others users said, finally my problem was related with my router, this had setup to use WPS , and for that reason every time when I tried to connect my laptop to the router, this did not ask for the password, after I disabled the WPS in my router my laptop was working fine.

When I try to connect to my network on my own (by clicking on it, then clicking "Connect"), it asks me for my network password like it usually does.

I see a box come up saying "Waiting for network to be ready..." and it hangs there.

If this doesn't work, then try totally resetting the modem.

Note that this should erase all settings and will return it to the out-of-box state.

If Windows XP supports WPA and WPA2, you will see its options appear in the drop-down list, in addition to usual WEP.

To let Windows XP pre-SP2 system provides support for WPA Wi Fi network security encryption method, download and install KB815495 (KB article), or upgrade to Windows XP SP2.

WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and WPA2 (RSN Robust Security Network or IEEE 802.11i-2004) is more secure encryption algorithm for wireless or Wi Fi network, especially WPA2, which introduces new AES-based algorithm, CCMP encryption which is considered fully secure.

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