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Machine won’t get a DHCP address. Note that these posts go back over a year – to the early Beta days, in fact. This morning, however, after a sticky start with an initial failure, I am able to connect. Network card is Belkin F5D ver. Sign in to vote. I am running Vista RC1 on my laptop and am experiencing the same behavior — attempting to connect to a wireless network using WPA-Personal with AES encryption fails with a timeout.

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Tried the power management option, disabling ipv6, and also on the router changing modes mixed and g only. I’m now experimenting with the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power setting. Has encountered an internal error and has failed.

I found out more information about the wireless connection at work, it is WPA off of a radius server and it works just fine for windows xp, but not for vista. Saturday, July 14, 8: Hey, I have installed hotfix KB but the problem is still not fixed. Windows cannot connect to “3Com”. I’m beginning to wonder if cista is a Vista incompatibility with my router, rather than my network card.


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Wednesday, June 6, 9: It just says authentication time out error and I end up going round in circles trying everything I know but without success. The wireless router is a Philipps SNA with latest firmware.

Yes Unicast key received: Mislukt 0x Security and verification Configured security type: Saturday, January 5, Hi All I have had this problem for a while now also.

Sunday, December 23, 6: Annoyingly, a Vista Ultimate RC2 computer on the same network connects fine.

Any pointers on the level of disassembly? Qirties, March 16, 9: Tuesday, February 13, Intel has posted an updated driver Try connecting to “3Com” again If the problem continues, contact your network administrator or hardware manufacturer for further assistance. My wireless adapter is: Monday, January 7, 1: Everything was fine in XP.

Friday, July 13, Monday, December 3, 1: I’m glad I found this thread, so I can stop being frustrated and stop having these feelings of Computer-Directed Aggression, I know now that it’s just not going to work.


I tried that as well, but I still can’t connect. Sunday, July 16, 8: Disabling IPv6 worked for me. Monday, June 25, 4: Monday, June 4, 2: I would like to have the fix also. Yes Multicast key received: