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I tried to connect to the LAN using Ethernet (again after updating the driver), although I am apparently connected I can't reach the Internet and can't see what settings might need tweaking. I am fast running out of ideas and wonder whether the laptop's wireless capabilities simply aren't up to it? You could test this temporarily by turning off encryption on the wireless router. I am not sure why the new wireless NIC does not work as if you just installed it should be carrying default settings. I recently set up a wireless network for my new Sitecom WL-585 modem router with WPA-2 security and all went according to plan. I have a Win 7 laptop, Vista laptop, XP laptop, Nokia N95 and Soundbridge all connected.
I then tried installing the supplied Sitecom N adapter, after some problems the network appears but I can't connect, I am told "Windows was unable to find a certificate to log you onto the network" I read several threads that led me to uncheck "Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network" and I actually managed to enter the WPA2 code but this just leads to the message "This connection has limited or no connectivity" and "validating identity". I would be suspicious that the wired NIC is not set to recieve and IP address via DHCP. On the wireless connection, There is a good possibility that the internal wireless card does not talk WPA2. : venerd 6 agosto 2010 This looks like a good DHCP lease to me (you might want to run the same command on one of your other working computers and compare) You would want to make sure that the Gateway, subnet mask and DNS server are the same.By default, 802.1X authentication on Window 8.1/10 consists of not only client authentication, but also server authentication, which requires the server (here is the Vigor AP) to provide certificate information to the client.