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Old 03-01-2009, 06:13 PM
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No, not if it's a connection type or encryptions issue. The driver may have an update to deal with newer encryption types etc.
Are you using security on your wireless network. You can test it by turning off your wireless security (in the router config) and see if it connects then.

Also could be and issue if your computer is setup as for static IP. If the IP it's requesting is already in use on your network that can cause issues.

But if you haven't changed your settings, it's not likely the configuration default from a new install/factory restore.

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